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'Renault started too late'

Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Renault, the World Champion's engine suppliers, have been left behind at the start of F1's new era by Mercedes as they "started too late" with the development of their turbocharged power unit.The Milton Keynes outfit have found themselves usurped by the Mercedes works team in the wake of the sport's winter switch to more energy-efficient engines and technologies and the quadruple title winners have now gone five races without a victory for the first time since their breakthrough campaign of 2009. Enjoying the benefit of in-house chassis and engine operations, Mercedes are thought to have had a particularly long lead time for the development...
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