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F1 teams are split over talks on budget reform delay
Jun12

F1 teams are split over talks on budget reform delay

A split has emerged between Formula 1 teams as talks over the future of the sport reach a critical stage.Half the teams object to plans to postpone the finalisation of a budget cap for 2021 from June until October.Alfa Romeo, McLaren, Racing Point, Renault and Williams believe it is a back-door attempt by big teams to water down cost restrictions. But Mercedes and Ferrari reject the claim and say the proposed 2021 rules are...

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Pressure mounting on error-prone Vettel – Palmer column
Apr07

Pressure mounting on error-prone Vettel – Palmer column

Former F1 driver Jolyon Palmer, who left Renault during the 2017 season, is part of the BBC team and offers insight and analysis from the point of view of the competitorsSebastian Vettel’s performance at the Bahrain Grand Prix has raised serious questions – about his series of unforced errors, about his status within Ferrari and about his claim to be a potential world champion this year.A spin while battling with Lewis...

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Renault boss says engine problems are 'unacceptable'
Apr01

Renault boss says engine problems are 'unacceptable'

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has criticised the “increasingly frustrating and unacceptable” engine problems that have blighted their start to the new season.Drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo retired at the same time with different issues three laps from the end of Sunday’s race in Bahrain.Both were set for points despite also having engine problems in qualifying. “After a very intense winter, it has...

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OFFICIAL: Kubica to test 2017 Renault F1 car in Hungary next week

Robert Kubica will test for the Renault Sport F1 Team at the Hungaroring next week following this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix, it has been announced.

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Remi Not For Replicating Mercedes

  Renault engine chief, Remi Taffin believes the Renault engine has more than the potential to catch its German rivals, Mercedes……   Renaults Engine chief believes there is no need for the team to chase Mercedes ‘split-turbo’ idea in order to try and replicate the team’s performance but will instead continue with what they believe is an already strong engine.   Mercedes have opted for a...

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Renault Engine Chief Worried Of Cheats

  Renault engine chief, Remi Taffin believes teams are unfairly burning oil for an extra boost…..   Remi Taffin, believes the teams may be making some sneaky alterations in order to try and get some extra mph into the new cars.   Despite this being completely banned by the FIA who state, no team can use the oil for the aforementioned reasons and iterated they are a “breach of the Technical Regulations”.  ...

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