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lo10Renault is confidently says that, currently not worried about anything seriously and looking forward to the development, even as next three days testing may be crucial for them.

The French manufacturer needs consistent perform for next three days test at Bahrain, and set-up final specification and terminate their current year issues. If they want replace any package, must take on inspection from governing body FIA and also special permission, which in this case rivals consent may be required.

Today in Bahrain Renault offered new updates for the teams, but the French package did not work perfectly, making the stables of 144 laps. The same was the case of the Mercedes 431 round.

Remi Taffin, Renault is one of the leading engineers in Bahrain:”We still have some problems that need to be solved, but we are working on these issues, and do not worry about. Renault is working with very experienced and respected engineers who have met similar challenges in recent years. Many of us have celebrated world championship in the sport and this year is a good chance you can do this. ”

“Obviously, not everything was as we wanted, but the worst is over, but we strive for perfection and confidently look forward to the first race in Melbourne.

“Satisfied customers want to see, but we stepped forward a lot in the last 2-3 weeks, which was very important. The main goal is to do something like that here in Bahrain achieve this week. ”

“We always arise from minor problems, but it is a very complex package, but not to doubt its power, and we believe that Mercedes and Ferrari before we can be. Now you just have to be this period too. If successful, it will not be a problem. There is some lag but that’s part of the challenge. All in all, not worried about anything seriously, and we own our expertise and our techniques.”

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