Renault set for engine updates at Spa and Monza

Renault set for engine updates at Spa and Monza

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The French manufacturer was hit by reliability headaches in the early part of the season and remains third in the engine pecking order, behind Mercedes and Ferrari. Although it is not planning any major updates until next year, Taffin has confirmed it will bring improvements to the next two races where power will be key, with more planned later in the year.“Spa and Monza will see new ... Keep reading

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