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Renault failure unacceptable - Horner

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner criticised the performance of engine supplier Renault as 'unacceptable' after the Austrian Grand Prix. Red Bull's home race was their worst of the season - Daniel Ricciardo finished eighth and Sebastian Vettel retired after being delayed by an engine problem. Horner said: 'The situation just isn't improving. The reliability is unacceptable. The performance is unacceptable. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. // Watch Sebastian Vettel spin off in Austria GP practice require( ["sportui/empswitch"], function(empswitch) { empswitch.init(); } ); 'There needs to be change at Renault. It can't continue like this.' Renault's...
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