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Renault expects closer engine race in Spain

Remi Taffin says Renault is expecting the performance of the three different engines to be much closer at the Spanish Grand Prix. Renault has made significant strides with its new engine following a tough pre-season, with Red Bull challenging for the podium at each of the last three races and Lotus showing clear improvement in China. Taffin says Renault will be looking to build on that progress with more updates in Spain and is confident of showing just how close to matching Mercedes and Ferrari it is. “The Spanish Grand Prix will be the second stage of the performance evolutions we kick-started in China,” Taffin said. “While there are not many visible hardware upgrades, there are...
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