Head of Renault Sport’s Cyril Abitbul recognized that in Sao Paulo the power plant did not give the maximum power for the reason that the French manufacturer focused on reliability.
In Mexico, the checkered flag saw only two cars with Renault engines of six, so in Brazil the emphasis was put on reliability.
Christian Horner In the course of the race we were worried about the reliability of engines
“In Brazil, we focused on reliability, allowing three cars with the engine of Renault finished the race in the top ten, and collectively five cars reached the finish line,’ said Cyril. Unfortunately, speed had to be sacrificed in favor of reliability: our real pace was much higher.”
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