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Renault hope powerunits will be at 100% by Canada

Renault are hopeful that they can deliver a powerunit that is close to 100 per cent power, reliability and efficiency by the seventh round of the championship in Canada. The engine manufacturer has struggled to match the Mercedes and even the Ferrari engine for outright power, particularly on the long-straights where customer team Red Bull is losing about 22kph compared to the Mercedes works team. Whilst the Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix aren't power-reliant circuits, head of track operations Remi Taffin says it's important they get the powerunit working at capacity, though he doesn't expect that to happen until at least early-June. "It's fair to say that coming into Barcelona or...
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