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Renault says recovery 90 per cent complete

– Renault reckons it is just 10 per cent away from a full recovery after its challenging start to the season. The French manufacturer has made steady gains since its performance and reliability issues in pre-season testing, with Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel finishing as best of the rest in Spain. Although the brand still trails, Renault Head of Track Operations Rémi Taffin is pleased with its position. "Overall we've made good progress with energy and fuel management here, and the driveability of the Power Unit has been improved," commented Taffin, reflecting on the Spanish Grand Prix weekend. "I'd say we are about 90 per cent of the way on...
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