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Renault boss quits after Red Bull woes

Renault has changed the management of its Formula 1 division after the poor performance of its engine this year. Renault Sport F1 president and managing director Jean-Michel Jalinier has retired. Jerome Stoll becomes president and former Caterham team principal Cyril Abiteboul will be managing director. The changes come after Christian Horner, boss of Renault's works team Red Bull, described the engine as 'unacceptable'. The task of Stoll and Abiteboul will be to ensure the company's 2015 engine is able to compete with rivals Mercedes, who are dominating this season. Progress is limited this year because manufacturers are not allowed to change their engines to improve performance during...
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