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Renault: The fastest cars are still a long way ahead of us

Renault: The fastest cars are still a long way ahead of us 7 April, 2014 Renault Sport F1 report from the Bahrain Grand Prix, Round 3 of the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship at Sakhir. Thrilling end to Bahrain GP sees Daniel Ricciardo (Infiniti Red Bull Racing-Renault) finish a fighting fourth, just 0.4secs from the podium Team-mate Sebastian Vettel passes the flag in P6 from tenth on the grid Scuderia Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat scores P11, his third finish in three races Double finish for Lotus F1 Team, with Romain Grosjean P12 Caterham F1 Team’s Kamui Kobayashi gets P15 Team-by-team Infiniti Red Bull Racing: Daniel Ricciardo scored his second points of the season in Bahrain with a...
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