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Renault Expecting Quicker Speeds as F1 Arrives at Silverstone

Renault Sport F1 Head of Track Operations Remi Taffin feels the Silverstone track will see higher straight-line speeds than in recent years as Formula One reaches the British Grand Prix.  The Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Lotus F1, Scuderia Toro Rosso and Caterham F1 Teams all use Renault-power. “Silverstone is one of the most interesting circuits from a Power Unit point of view,” said Taffin. “Over the years it has become known as a power track and this year will be no different with the hybrid units. In fact the high torque, low downforce cars should produce even quicker speeds than we have seen in previous years. “It's always a pleasure to visit Silverstone. The crowds are always...
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