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Horner backs Renault management changes

– Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has welcomed the recent management restructuring at Renault, as the French manufacturer continues in its attempts to recover from a troublesome start to the 2014 season.Horner was vocal in his criticism of the brand after a challenging Austrian Grand Prix weekend, describing the reliability and performance of its new turbocharged power unit as "unacceptable".Renault confirmed a number of personnel changes last week, prior to the British Grand Prix, including the return of Cyril Abiteboul, following President and Managing Director Jean-Michel Jalinier's decision to retire.Quizzed on the changes after Sunday's race at Silverstone,...
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