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Renault shares Horner’s frustration

Renault shares Christian Horner's belief that the current engine performance is not acceptable, according to Renault Sport F1's deputy managing director (technical) Rob White. Horner was scathing in his criticism of Renault following the Austrian Grand Prix, saying that changes need to be made at the engine manufacturer after seeing Daniel Ricciardo finish eighth and Sebastian Vettel retire. White said Renault is committed to improving the situation but shares Horner's annoyance at the performance in Austria. “The first thing to say of course is that we share Christian's ambition in general and particularly at this race which is extremely important for Red Bull Racing – the return to...
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