Renault faces another season of struggle

Renault faces another season of struggle

Renault has reasserted its F1 commitment and hooked up with the team behind its last glory days, but early signs suggest a hard 2016. BEN ANDERSON assess its situation and hears from chief Frederic Vasseur

Seeing a Renault works team back on track in Formula 1 over the first three days of pre-season testing at Barcelona signifies something special.

It marks the beginning of the French manufacturer's renewed commitment to the pinnacle of single-seater racing, while evoking memories of its glorious past.

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