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Renault expecting 'anxious' Melbourne weekend

Lotus F1 Team Renault's deputy managing director (technical) Rob White says that the French company is anticipating an 'anxious' opening round to the 2014 season. Renault's four customer teams - Red Bull, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham - have endured a difficult time during pre-season testing and did not once top the time sheets at the end of the day. All four teams also encountered several reliability issues with the Renault power unit, and did not complete as much running as rivals Mercedes and Ferrari. "The aim of the last test session before Australia was to recover some of the lost ground from the previous test sessions and to rehearse the Grand Prix," said White. "We...
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