Why Renault has come unstuck again

Why Renault has come unstuck again

Renault's plans to bounce back from a tough 2014 have gone up in smoke several times this year. With its ambitious goals now being pushed into 2016, BEN ANDERSON details where things went so wrong

Time. The great enemy of all motor racing operations. There's never enough of it to get what you want done; and it always takes too much of it to get round the track in the way you'd like.

For beleaguered Formula 1 engine builder Renault, time has basically run out on its 2015 season already, despite the fact there are still eight races of the current campaign to run.

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