F1 » Aggressive Renault's development at 'all-time high'


Robert Kubica's strong start to 2010 is proving to be the perfect foundation for Renault's pro-active development schedule.

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spaghettieddie

April 13, 2010 12:30 PM

The R-30 looked "real" good in Malaysia. Allisons comments make me think we should expect to see Kubica on the podium a few times this year, and maybe a few more next yr. Petrov seems a bit rough on his machine so I would be surprised to see him up there. We know the engine is good, just look at Red Bull. Monaco is where I think it will show its stuff!

cobalt - Unregistered

April 13, 2010 2:22 PM

China may not be best suited for Reanault but they should be improving over the year so more podiums for RK expected.
I am sure Petrov will learn how to handle an F1 car. MS makes excuses that it takes time to get used to F1 after a break so it will take even more time for all new drivers.

Nanbawan - Unregistered

April 13, 2010 4:22 PM

@Taz

The "others" had the bad taste (and stupidity) to impede FIA's inquiries and put hurdles and lies in their way to hide their cheating and that's mainly why the penalty was very harsh...

Renault always had the policy to cooperate and clear the matter as much as they could with the ruling body. Clever, ain't it ?

richard

April 13, 2010 9:53 PM

eddie, at malaysia, renault, as part of their agressive development, introduced a double floor on their car. this was probably the reason for their sudden competitiveness. not sure how it works exactly, but i expect others to copy it before long. the more cars that can be competitive, the better.

spaghettieddie

April 14, 2010 12:52 AM

@richard, just got back from coaching my sons baseball team so I just read what you posted. That makes sense, something was definately different with the car, it looked like it was being sucked into the asphalt. Thanks for the heads up.

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