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Renault 'closer to the limits' - Taffin

Remi Taffin expects to see Renault's teams "a bit closer to the front" in China Sutton Images Enlarge Renault believes it will be closer to extracting the maximum performance from its Power Unit than it has been all season in China. The Bahrain Grand Prix was a stark reminder to Renault just how far behind the Mercedes-powered teams it is, with only Red Bull managing to break into the top eight. Renault's head of track operations Remi Taffin admits its teams are still at a disadvantage to the front-runners but is expecting to see the biggest improvement yet in Shanghai. "Overall we're looking forward to China - while we know it's still an uphill battle, we feel we have hit...
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