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Renault happy with homologation deadline

Renault is happy with the power unit it has for the 2014 season after the FIA's homologation deadline passed on Friday.The new engines had to be homologated on the final day of February, with speculation Renault could ask for an extension after a number of high-profile problems during testing. However, head of track operations Remi Taffin said Renault had no problem meeting the deadline and is comfortable with what it has had to submit.“Yes [the deadline was Friday] and we've gone through the normal process,” Taffin said. “[There was no extension] at all, we have built an engine, it was viewed by the FIA, it was sealed, they've got it now and that's how we're going to build our...
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