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Renault-powered teams cleared to use full power

The four teams powered by Renault Sport F1′s troublesome V6 Turbo power-unit have been given the all-clear to run at full power during this weekend's Australian Grand Prix. The French manufacturer ran its new power-unit below its optimal specification level during all three winter tests to try and prevent further reliability problems. After making modifications to address the issues during the break between the final test in Bahrain and the season opener in Melbourne, Renault is now confident that the teams can run at full power this weekend. 'We were behind schedule on some of the items we wanted to have on the car, which prevented us to run to full potential,' Remi Taffin,...
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