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Cyril Abiteboul has said there is “much more to come” from Renault over the second half of the season after a “drastic” upgrade at the British Grand Prix.
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul has admitted that the French team’s winter ambitions with their engine programme led to this year’s reliability issues.
Nico Hulkenberg believes his strong start to 2017 is down largely to the new cars as they “favour” his driving style.
Jolyon Palmer could yet secure a Renault race-seat for next season, he just needs to start scoring points says managing director Cyril Abiteboul.
Jolyon Palmer believes F1 shouldn’t try to “put a bubble” around the drivers as the sport pushes ahead with plans to introduce Halo in 2018.