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Abiteboul: We'll catch or overtake Mercedes and Ferrari in 2019

Renault sporting director Cyril Abiteboul is adamant that his company build a race-winning Formula 1 power unit, the only problem is their chassis which prevents them from delivering results, citing Red Bull as proof of what they have at their disposal and warns that next year the French outfit is looking to beat Mercedes and Ferrari. In an interview with Auto Motor und Sport, Abiteboul was asked to explain the one second or so deficit they have to the pacesetters, 'It's the chassis. The engine is good enough to put a car in pole position, to win races and fight for the title. Red Bull has proven this.' 'Without their problems, they would now be fully in the title fight. Only two of their...
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