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Renault ‘won’t be satisfied until we’re winning’

Renault will not be satisfied it has made progress with its power unit until it is winning races, according to deputy managing director (technical) Rob White.After a torrid pre-season, Renault showed clear signs of progress during the Australian Grand Prix weekend. It got three teams in to the top ten in qualifying – including Daniel Ricciardo on the front row – and finished the race with both Toro Rossos in the points after Ricciardo was excluded having originally finished second.Speaking to during an exclusive interview ahead of the race, White allayed fears that it would take a long time for Renault to catch up with its F1 rivals but said it won't count just being...
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