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Renault denies breaking ‘gentleman's agreement'

Renault have denied breaking a 'gentleman's agreement' between Formula 1 teams in which they do not protest post-race. The agreement between the teams is that they should query technical issues earlier. Romain Grosjean was excluded from the Italian Grand Prix, losing eight points for P6, after Renault lodged a complaint against his car’s floor. Renault F1 executive director Marcin Budkowski has said that this was different because of a technical directive that had been circulated. They believed that the onus was on Haas to ensure that it’s car complied with said directive. 'We all look at each other's cars on a regular basis,' Budkowski told Autosport. 'Us and I think quite a few other...
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