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Mercedes simply outspent Renault, Ferrari - Jalinier

Mercedes massively outspent its rival engine manufacturers according to the now departed Renault F1 boss Jean-Michel Jalinier, who reckons that's why they have such an advantage. Jalinier retired from Renault Sport F1 last month, but many believe he's paid the price for Renault's struggles, something he blames on investment. "When Ferrari and Renault are getting similar results, and Mercedes has a significant advantage, the first thing is to look at the level of investment," he told France's Auto Hebdo. "At Renault the same level of investment was maintained, while Mercedes raised the bar very high, investing a lot of money, resources and technology," he explained....
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