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Horner: Unacceptable, there needs to be change at Renault

Christian Horner not happy Formula 1 world champions Red Bull have called for change at engine partners Renault after an 'unacceptable' performance in the Austrian Grand Prix which saw only one of their four cars (including Toro Rosso) finish the race on their home track. Quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel retired from the race at Spielberg with an electronics problem, his third failure to finish this season due to an issue with the new V6 turbo hybrid power unit. 'The reliability is unacceptable. The performance is unacceptable. There needs to be change at Renault,' team principal Christian Horner told reporters. 'It can't continue like this. It's not good for Renault and it's not...
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