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Abiteboul 'sorry, not sorry' over Red Bull relationship

Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admitted that he is happy to see the back of the partnership between Renault and Red Bull. The world championship-winning partnership fell apart at the beginning of the hybrid era and never recovered, resulting in a very public falling out between the two parties. Red Bull was very critical of the Renault power unit, claiming that the engines provided by the French manufacturer were underpowered and unable to challenge at the top of F1, blaming their partners for a lack of success in recent years. Abiteboul admitted that whilst the Renault power unit was not in a position the team want it to be at, he was happy to be finished with Red Bull and instead focus...
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