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'Red Bull frustrations understandable'

Renault insist they are "completely committed" to resolving their issues in the wake of a barrage of criticism from Red Bull's Christian Horner. Sebastian Vettel failed to see the chequered flag in Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix after an engine problem dropped him a lap behind the race leaders early in the race. Added to that, his team-mate Daniel Ricciardo did not have the grunt needed to challenge at the front and finished the team's home grand prix in a disappointing eighth place. Team boss Horner was furious with the outcome and said Renault's reliability and performance are "unacceptable". And the French engine manufacturer agrees. Renault's deputy technical managing...
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