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Bittersweet Weekend for Renault-Powered Teams in Monaco

The Renault-powered teams had one of their most competitive weekends of the season to date in Monaco. However, despite two of its driver’s finishing in the points, Renault saw four of its eight drivers retire with mechanical issues. Infiniti Red Bull Racing saw Australian Daniel Ricciardo finish on the podium for the second consecutive race, although his German four-time World Drivers’ Champion team-mate Sebastian Vettel was forced to retire early with a Power Unit issue while running third. Sister team Scuderia Toro Rosso unfortunately suffered a double DNF with both Jean-Eric Vergne and Daniil Kvyat retiring with exhaust problems while running in the top ten. Frenchman Vergne in...
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