Renault in crisis management mode since the start of the season
The tension between the Formula 1 world champion team Red Bull and its engine supplier Renault remains high, and the french manufacturer has assured the team that they will have an all new power unit for 2015 to replace their current under-powered and problematic unit.
This despite the the French marque's Remi Taffin receently announcing that, in Canada, the Renault V6 would finally run at 100 per cent of its potential.
Indeed, Sebastian Vettel had a solid qualifying on Saturday and will line up on the grid behind only the ultra-dominant Mercedes cars.
But when asked about the Renault improvements in Canada, the reigning...
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