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Austria issues resolved - Renault

Getty Images Enlarge Renault is confident the issues which launched Red Bull's scathing attack in Austria have been resolved ahead of the British Grand Prix. The Renault-powered teams struggled in Austria, with Sebastian Vettel's loss of drive on just the second lap compounding Red Bull's misery at its home grand prix. Red Bull later branded Renault's performance as "unacceptable", with Helmut Marko fuelling rumours the team may look at developing its own engine for the 2016 season. After a frustrating time in Spielberg Remi Taffin, Renault's head of track operations, is determined not to let lightning strike twice this weekend. "We are going [to Silverstone] in a positive...
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