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Prost claims Renault could've beaten McLaren in 2019 'without the incidents'

F1 legend Alain Prost thinks his current team Renault, at which he is in an advisory role, would be ahead of McLaren in the constructors' standings if not for his team's incidents, as McLaren currently lead the midfield by 38 points. After a slow start, McLaren have been on top of the midfield battle for most of the season, with former Renault driver Carlos Sainz leading the way for the Woking-based team. Read more Leclerc to receive grid penalty in Brazil? Renault, on the other hand, have shown flashes of brilliance, like at Monza where they finished fourth and fifth, but have lacked consistency across the board, with reliability issues coming into play as well. In Bahrain, for example,...
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