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Red Bull: Renault performance unacceptable

– Red Bull has described engine partner Renault's reliability and performance as "unacceptable" after a challenging Austrian Grand Prix, in which Sebastian Vettel retired and Daniel Ricciardo finished eighth.Vettel, who failed to make it out of Q2, temporarily lost drive in the early stages of the race – leaving him at the back of the field – before the team ultimately asked him to bring his car back to the pits to save engine life.Ricciardo was able to salvage four points for the outfit with a last-lap pass on Force India rival Nico Hülkenberg, but his boost was restricted throughout the race and he finished almost three quarters of a minute off the lead."It's...
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