Renault feels it's "collateral damage" in F1 engine arms race

by Motorsport

Motor Sports
The French car manufacturer started the 2018 campaign strongly, and appeared to have established itself as the leading team behind the top three outfits before the summer break. But its recent form has fallen away, and at the Japanese Grand Prix last weekend, Nico Hulkenberg said the team was no longer quick enough to fight its main rivals. Renault F1's managing director Cyril Abiteboul says ... Keep reading

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