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Behind-schedule Renault remains confident

Red Bull was the most notable Renault struggler in Jerez PA Images Enlarge While admitting falling behind schedule, Renault insists it can overcome the early engine woes which plagued its teams at Jerez. Red Bull, Toro Rosso and Caterham, who all run on the engine, all struggled during the opening pre-season test, while Lotus missed the Jerez run altogether - restricting Renault getting any meaningful mileage. Rivals Mercedes and Ferrari also enjoyed successful tests, raising concerns they have already opened up a big gap ahead of the opener at Australia on March 16. But engineering chief Remi Taffin is not worried about Jerez, and believes there is plenty of time for their teams to make...
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