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Renault expects anxious start

Although Renault have made progress in eliminating the problems its power units had during pre-season testing at Jerez and Sakhir, the French manufacturer admitted that its preparations for the Australian Grand Prix are "incomplete". Renault supplies reigning Constructors' Champions Red Bull, Toro Rosso, Lotus and Caterham with power units, but during pre-season testing their 2014 turbo-powered V6 engines have struggled with performance and reliability. While Lotus was absent from the first test in Jerez, the other three teams only managed 151 laps during the four days at the Andalucian circuit. During the two tests in Bahrain that followed, the quartet of Renault-powered teams...
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