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Renault technical director Nick Chester leaves under-performing team

Renault technical director Nick Chester is to leave the French team after their difficult campaign this season. Renault said the move had come as part of a "major restructuring" of the technical departments at their UK base in Enstone. And it comes after the recruitment last month of Pat Fry, another high-profile, experienced engineer, into a role that has not yet been officially revealed. Renault have slipped from fourth to fifth in the championship this year. They started the season, after a period of major investment in infrastructure, with the aim of building on the fourth place they secured in the constructors' championship in 2018 and closing the gap to the top three teams....
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