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Renault: A big step forward but still a month behind

'Across all our teams we have covered a lot of mileage,' said Renault F1's head of track operations Remi Taffin, following today's two sessions, 'more than 2,300km - equivalent to one race distance per car, and collected a lot of information that we can use for the rest of the weekend. Compared to where we were just one month ago, this is clearly a big step forward in reliability, although we are still not where we want to be in terms of performance.'We saw a big drop in temperatures between the first and second session, in the order of around 10°C track and ambient temperature. While this has not necessarily affected the PU set up or maps used, it does have an impact on the cooling...
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