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Renault weighing aggression over reliability at Abu Dhabi

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says the team is having to think hard about aggressive it can afford to be in the season finale at Abu Dhabi. After some embarrassing power unit failures in recent races, the team opted to turn down its engines at Interlagos. Both the works cars duly made it to the finish, but in subdued positions. Nico Hulkenberg finished tenth, with his new team mate Carlos Sainz one place further back. Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo were fifth and sixth in the Renault-powered Red Bull cars. Pierre Gasly was 12th in the sister Toro Rosso, but team mate Brendon Hartley retired on lap 40. "It's a shame that I had to retire," Hartley reported after the race....
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