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Renault - Status quo will remain

Renault has played down suggestions that this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix will be the chance of the season to beat the high-flying Mercedes team. After enduring a tough start of the season, the Renault-powered Red Bull team has emerged as the 'best of the rest' behind Mercedes, which has won the first five races of the 2014 season. While some - most notably Fernando Alonso - believe the twisty Monaco street circuit will negate Mercedes' power advantage, Renault's Head of Track Operations Remi Taffin believes Mercedes remains the team to beat. "Just before we came to Spain people were saying Barcelona is a chassis track and less about performance of the engine, but it's still the same...
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