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Renault: Majority of engine issues now fixed

– Renault says it has fixed the majority of issues with its new turbocharged power unit and, although it admits more could occur at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix, it feels it will be able to react more efficiently. Having endured a troubled pre-season testing period, which yielded just one race simulation from Caterham, Renault arrived at the season opener in Australia with multiple question marks over reliability and performance. But despite further problems arising over the course of the event, Rémi Taffin, Renault Sport F1's Head of Track Operations, believes that the French manufacturer will be in a much stronger position at the Sepang circuit. "After a difficult race...
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