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Renault out of 'recovery mode' for first time this season

Sutton Images Enlarge Renault says it will finally be out of "recovery mode" at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix as it completes a set of upgrades for its power unit. Since the first test in Jerez, Renault has been on the back foot with its new V6 turbo power unit, experiencing a range of reliability issues and a power deficit to rivals Mercedes. Its premium partner Red Bull has upped the pressure on the French manufacturer in recent races, but for the first time this year Renault is confident of getting the most from its power units in Canada. "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...
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