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Renault drivers to run new set-up after “extreme” Austria issues

Renault will try a new set-up on its Formula 1 cars at this weekend’s British Grand Prix as it looks to avoid a repeat of its “extreme” struggles in Austria. The French squad has fallen 20 points behind current midfield leaders McLaren after both Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo finished outside of the points at the Austrian Grand Prix. The mysteriously poor showing from the team led Ricciardo to suggest Renault could have a fundamental issue with its 2019 challenger. Speaking at Silverstone, teammate Hulkenberg elaborated on Renault’s struggles further. “Austria was a bit more extreme than just being at the back of the midfield,” Hulkenberg said. “We had some issues and...
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