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Analysis: What happened with Renault in Austria?

The Austrian Grand Prix turned out to be an extremely difficult one for all Renault powered runners, brining to light more public frustration from Red Bull Racing's team principal Christian Horner. But is there really a problem with the Renault engine? It's particularly interesting to observe that at a fairly similar power track that is Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, it was exactly Red Bull Racing that took the top step of the podium. There, Ricciardo seemingly had no trouble finding pace and clearly confirming the trend that Red Bull Racing was becoming the best team behind the Mercedes works team. Renault introduced several new parts in Canada albeit most of them were aimed at improving...
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