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Renault ‘anticipate further issues’

Renault is anticipating more problems at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix, admits head of track operations Remi Taffin.There were numerous issues for Renault to deal with during the Australian Grand Prix weekend, with Sebastian Vettel's early retirement the most high-profile of them. Both Lotus and Caterham cars also failed to finish the race as only three Renault-powered cars went the distance, but Taffin belives the engine manufacturer is in a much stronger position to react to problems at Sepang.“After a difficult race in Australia we are really looking forward to Malaysia,” Taffin said. “We had several issues across the cars in Melbourne but we have recreated the problems in...
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