Pastor Maldonado believes the Renault power unit may prove to be "even better" than Mercedes' as the 2014 season unfolds. Teams powered by the French suppliers have struggled thus far during pre-season testing with Lotus, Red Bull, Toro Rosso and ... Sky Sports, 2 weeks ago
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Lotus Technical Director Nick Chester says he can see no reason why they can't be the leading Renault-powered team at the start of the season, after an encouraging debut for the E22 in Bahrain. Having missed the first test at Jerez, Lotus are ...Sky Sports, 2 weeks ago
The Grove-based squad unveiled the FW36 at Jerez as it began testing in Spain for F1's new 1.6-litre turbo machinery. Valtteri Bottas was the man in charge of driving the car for the first time, just one hour ahead of the end of the first day of ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland Eurosport, 1 month ago
RENAULT : Uphill struggle ; Engine changes designed to make the sport more relevant to road-car development are causing confusion in the paddock. And nowhere...
Uphill struggle ; Engine changes designed to make the sport more relevant to road-car development are causing confusion in the paddock. And nowhere more so than at defending champions Red Bull, writes Jim McGill It is all change in Formula One ...4 Traders, 13 hours ago
Red Bull Racing (Renault engine): Sebastian Vettel (GER) and Daniel Ricciardo (AUS). Mercedes-AMG: Lewis Hamilton (GBR) and Nico Rosberg (GER). Ferrari: Fernando Alonso (ESP) and Kimi Räikkönen (FIN). Lotus (Renault engine): Romain Grosjean ...The Witness, 1 month ago 2014 Formula One form guide Canberra Times, 1 day ago
Red Bull mechanics push Sebastian Vettel's car back into the garage during testing. Renault have revealed they are still weeks behind as the new Formula One season looms large on the horizon. The French manufacturing giant have endured a range ...Times of Malta, 1 week ago
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