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Freeze on engine development gives Renault a boost

In January it was announced that all Formula 1 teams had agreed to a freeze on engine development for the coming years. This was to meet the request of Red Bull Racing, who had proposed this with a view to taking over the Honda project. With this, Red Bull will continue to race in the coming years, despite not normally having the capacity and resources to further develop the power source. Advance development Renault was initially opposed to the idea, but eventually went along with it. As the plans took shape, Renault saw several advantages in freezing engine development for the next few years. The immediate result is that teams are now in the process of finalising their engine developments...
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