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Renault recovery 90% complete

Renault feels it has almost completely recovered from its difficult start to the season, according to head of track operations Remi Taffin. The engine manufacturer has made steady progress since suffering poor reliability and performance during testing, which culminated in its second podium of the season in Barcelona as Daniel Ricciardo finished third for Red Bull. While there is still work to be done to get 100% out of the current power unit, Taffin said Renault is close to doing so and has narrowed the performance deficit to its rivals. “Overall we've made good progress this weekend with energy and fuel management and the driveability of the Power Unit has been improved,” Taffin...
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