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Renault still behind initial schedule

Renault admits it is still behind schedule with its new power unit but is happy with the progress being made between tests.With Renault-powered cars only completing a total of 151 laps at the first test – compared to 444 for Ferrari and 875 for Mercedes – the engine manufacturer has been working back at its headquarters to resolve a number of issues. Progress appeared to have been made when Lotus ran “without any reliability problems” during a filming day last weekend, but a similar day for Toro Rosso was less successful.Head of track operations Remi Taffin said Renault was hopeful that the recent work it has done will allow it to at least carry out the sort of running it had been...
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