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Q&A: Renault Sport F1′s Rob White

There is no doubting the fact that Renault has had a few issues with their new 2014 engine and ERS system during the 12 days of pre-season testing but how do they feel after the final test and what are they focused on for the upcoming season-opening grand prix in Australia? Deputy Managing Director Rob White says: How was the second Bahrain test from a Renault perspective? 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. We wanted each of our four teams to be able to approach a normal race weekend without having to improvise any of the procedures or operations needed. We can’t escape...
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