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Renault 'not months behind'

Under-pressure Renault have insisted they are not "months" behind their rivals with their new power unit and our confident their post-Jerez "recovery plan" has put them on course to enjoy a more trouble-free Bahrain test.The French manufacturer endured a nightmare start to F1's new era of turbo power at the opening test of 2014 at Jerez two weeks' ago when their customer teams , which include World Champions Red Bull, completed just 151 laps in total - over 700 fewer than the Mercedes-powered outfits. function fw_config(){ return { siteSection:"SkySports:Article", videoAssetFallbackId:30621833 }; } Red Bull back to the drawing board $(document).ready(function()...
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