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Renault making progress on engine faults

Renault is making good progress on the engine faults that plagued the four-day Formula One test in Spain a fortnight ago but is still behind schedule, according to media reports. The problems affected all three Renault-powered teams in Jerez, with champions Red Bull forced to end the first pre-season test of the season early having barely completed any laps. Mercedes-powered cars accounted for 875 laps in Spain while the Renault equivalent only managed 151. Renault supplies Red Bull, Toro Rosso, Caterham and Lotus although the latter did not take part in the tests. The French supplier has been working hard on a fix and is confident its teams will spend more time on the track in testing in...
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