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French GP an important milestone for Renault – Cyril Abiteboul

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says the French Grand Prix marks an 'important milestone' for the manufacturer, in the wake of recent gains. Renault arrives at its home grand prix off the back of its strongest result of the campaign in Canada, with Daniel Ricciardo taking sixth – from fourth on the grid – and Nico Hulkenberg seventh. It marked Renault’s first double points result of the year and lifted the manufacturer to fifth in the Constructors’ Championship, just two points behind McLaren. Renault endured a fraught start to 2019 amid reliability setbacks, owing to conrod issues, and has also struggled with its R.S.19. A substantial upgrade package is set to be...
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