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Abiteboul claims 'Renault have a better package than McLaren'

Renault comfortably claimed the best of the rest position last season and with Daniel Ricciardo added to the mix, they were expected to claim 4th place again. But their relationship hasn't been as rosy as predicted.  McLaren, who use the same engine, are ahead in the Formula 1 world championship by 18 points. McLaren have constantly outscored Renault across the season, but a Renault P4 and P5 in Italy closed the gap significantly. Despite being behind and beaten on most weekends, Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul believes his team have the better package.  "It's a weird situation, but it's not for nothing that McLaren is at the top of the midfield. They have a good chassis...
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