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Pierre Gasly, Kevin Magnussen, both Renault drivers, and Esteban Ocon all qualified inside the top ten in Bahrain.
Formula 1 bosses and the FIA have presented their latest vision for the future of the sport to all 10 teams ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend.
Claire Williams admits she is impressed by Renault’s improvements, saying they’ll be “snapping the heels of the top three” this season.
Carlos Sainz has described his loan deal at Renault as a “strange situation” and that there was no way he could have prepared for it.
Representatives from both Red Bull and Renault would like to see engine development come to a halt from next season onward to prevent new teams having an unfair advantage.
Despite a double points haul in Melbourne, Nico Hulkenberg believes Renault are even further behind F1’s leading trio than they were last season.
Carlos Sainz has revealed an issue with his drinks bottle almost made him vomit as he battled to the final points finish in Australia.
The 2018 season is officially underway, but which drivers starred and who flopped in the season opener?
McLaren and Renault both scored double-points returns but Force India leave Australia with nothing to show.
Haas produced their best-ever qualifying performance, but Force India found themselves alarmingly off the pace. Fernando Alonso hoping for big points