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Renault pleased with 2019 F1 engine development

Renault insists it is satisfied with the level of performance it has managed to achieve with its 2019 Formula 1 power unit, though it admits there is “room to improve”. The French manufacturer came into the season confident about the gains it had made with its latest power unit and hoped it could close the gap to the top three teams following its fourth-place finish in the 2018 constructors’ championship. Poor reliability hampered Renault’s start to the 2019 campaign, which, coupled with a resurgence from engine customers McLaren, has seen the team slip to fifth in the standings and 34 points behind its nearest rival with four rounds to go. Renault will be the only engine...
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