Renault insists that it is 'on course' with its recovery plan ahead of the 2014 season opener in Australia.
All the teams running the French manufacturer's V6 Turbo power-unit struggled for reliability during winter testing. The lack of mileage has meant Red Bull Racing, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham head to Melbourne on the back foot and with plenty of catching up to do.
Renault Sport F1′s head of trackside operations Rémi Taffin admits there is still plenty of work to do but is pleased with the progress made since the last test in Bahrain.
'With this being the first race, our weekend plan will be flexible as we continue to learn about the Power Unit,' he said. 'Our main goal will...
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