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Renault hoping powerunits will be close to 100% by Canada

Renault F1 Enlarge Renault says there is more to come from its powerunit over the coming races and believes it is possible to get close to 100% by the Canadian Grand Prix. Renault's powerunit started the year with several issues and its customers have struggled to match the Mercedes-powered teams, especially on power-sensitive circuits such as Bahrain and China. It has made progress to allow its teams to run closer to full performance in races, but there is still clearly a deficit to the Mercedes engine oveall. The next two races in Spain and Monaco will not be so power-sensitive, but head of track operations Remi Taffin is not allowing that to distract from the bigger issues. "I...
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