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Renault at full power for the first time in Canada

Renault's four customers will be able to utilise the power unit's full potential for the first time this season in Canada. The French manufacturer is confident they've worked through the various issues which plagued their pre-season and the opening six races which they admitted were run in "recovery mode". Remi Taffin, Renault's head of track operations, says Canada will give them the first true reflection of where they stand amongst their competitiors. "At the start of the season we said that we would be out of recovery mode and back on track from the Canadian Grand Prix onwards," he said. "In the last four races we've introduced several new upgrades and we will...
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