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Ricciardo: Red Bull ‘rapidly improving’ reliability

Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull is “rapidly improving” its reliability and is surprised to see Lotus having such trouble with a Renault power unit.Lotus completed just 32 laps across the two days of testing in Bahrain, with Romain Grosjean branding the latest engine issues as “not acceptable”. However, speaking to Crash.net after the end of running on Wednesday, Ricciardo said he wasn't concerned that Renault's issues could crop up at Red Bull and expressed his surprise that another team was facing so much trouble.“It's obviously not nice to see it and I sort of struggle to understand why they're having so many issues,” Ricciardo said. “We've had a pretty good run since...
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