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Prost says Renault must change

Renault ambassador and four-times World Champion Alain Prost believes the French engine maker must make internal changes in order to improve the competitiveness of their V6 power unit as they can 'not accept' their current level of performance. The manufacturer came under fresh fire from Red Bull chief Christian Horner in the wake of an Austrian GP which saw six Mercedes-powered cars finish in the top seven positions and the World Champions finish only eighth with one car and eventually retire with the other after an early engine electronics fault.With Horner labelling Renault's performance and reliability levels 'unacceptable', the French firm are coming under increasing public...
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