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Renault expect engine to 'work fine'

Renault says it is making progress on the engine problems that led to a disastrous first pre-season test but admits it is still behind schedule. The problems prevented any of its teams getting meaningful mileage in Jerez last month, while rivals Mercedes and Ferrari both had successful tests. Renault engineering chief Remi Taffin said: 'The problems are worse from the outside than they are from the inside. 'It's a difficult moment but we will get through this.' Renault, the suppliers of world champions Red Bull, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham, had problems at the first test in Jerez and has since been working flat out to solve them ahead of the second test in Bahrain next week. 'We are...
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