Why Renault is asking for patience

Why Renault is asking for patience

Renault's launch showed it means business on its comeback to F1 as a works team but, as IAN PARKES explains, any return to winning ways is probably several years away

There was one over-riding message from all involved with Renault as the team went public this week with its return to Formula 1 as a works entrant.

At Renault's impressive and picturesque Technocentre at Guyancourt, situated in a south-western suburb of Paris, drivers Jolyon Palmer and Kevin Magnussen took the wraps off the RS16.

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