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Renault ‘losing a lot less’ in China

Renault believes it is “losing a lot less to the fastest cars” at this weekend's Chinese Grand Prix as it makes progress with its power unit. The engine manufacturer has faced a tough start to the new season as power units issues affecting running for all four of its teams during pre-season testing. A lack of top speed has been particularly evident in the opening three races, but head of track operations Remi Taffin believes Renault has made significant progress in that area thanks to the in-season test in Bahrain last week. “The progress made back in the dynos at Viry, which was then corroborated on track at the test in Bahrain, has proved to be very useful and we appear to have...
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