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Horner expressed Renault concern in 2012

Christian Horner claims he first expressed concern at Renault's turbo project back in 2012.The French manufacturer, which ironically first introduced turbo technology to F1 in the 1970s, has had a torrid season thus far under the new rules, with no tangible sign of improvement.With Lotus - which in a previous incarnation was the Renault F1 Team - said to be looking at agreeing a deal with Mercedes, Red Bull, which has won four successive titles with the French manufacturer, is demanding an improvement in reliability and performance.However, in the wake of a dreadful outing at his team's home circuit, Horner admits that his concern is nothing new, as he first expressed his doubts two years...
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