How Renault is following Red Bull's path

How Renault is following Red Bull's path

Renault has a lot of work to do to go from being a backmarker to frontrunner, but it is taking plenty of cues for its revival from the team it has shared glory and despair with in recent years

Late last year an op-ed piece on Autosport heaped ordure on Renault's prospects of delivering on its stated goal of winning grands prix within three years of collecting the keys for its race team's Enstone base.

It painted a compelling image of behind-the-scenes chaos, but at least one corner of the argument rested on the assumption that Enstone's facilities are fit for purpose.

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