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Renault in race to fix battery problems

Renault Sport have confirmed that the reason why its teams have hardly run today is due to a common problem with the energy recovery system. The company have found a solution but will need to fly additional parts into the circuit to get all teams running again. Together, the Renault powered teams completed just 38 laps so far at Jerez, compared to 138 by Ferrari and 248 for Mercedes. While yesterday's problems did not appear to have anything to do with the engines, Renault's Remi Taffin confirmed that the lack of today's running is due to problems identified by Renault. “We have clearly identified a problem that we could not fix this morning, but we are working to ensure that the teams,...
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