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Mercedes can be caught - Renault

Mercedes swept all before it in Melbourne Getty Images Enlarge Renault believes it knows the key areas it needs to address ahead of Malaysia to overhaul the advantage currently enjoyed by Mercedes and its customer teams. Daniel Ricciardo crossed the finish line 24 seconds behind race-winner Nico Rosberg, but after his disqualification the nearest Renault-powered car was just over a minute behind the Mercedes. But the weekend represented the first significant chance for some teams to gain mileage after a dismal winter period for Renault's customer teams. While acknowledging the gap between the two engine suppliers is still large, Renault chief Remi Taffin is convinced solutions are slowly...
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