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Red Bull / Renault has engine knock, not wings

All eyes will be on Renault Sport F1 this weekend and in particular, their customer Red Bull Racing. Having suffered from technical issues during the 12 days of winter testing, Red Bull managed approximately 1,700km compared to nearly 5,000km by rival Mercedes-powered teams. Some of those issues were distinctly Red Bull's while others were at the doorstep of Renault Sport F1. Specifically, an engine knock. Engine knock occurs when the air/fuel combustion happen outside of the optimum moment in the cycle of an engine or outside the normal combustion front. This can range from inconsequential to destructive proportions depending on the severity and design of the engine. Renault Sport...
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