F1 » Renault could expand engine supply for 2011

Renault says it could provide engines to a third team if needed for the 2011 F1 season

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Munro Gow - Unregistered

May 15, 2010 12:53 PM

PLEASE PLEASE...WILLIAMS see some sense and get in there and get something done ahead of any other team. The Cosworth engine is a complete dog and getting a Renault engine certainly wouldnt be the worst thing in the world. Obviously finances aint the best but without a winning engine they will only get worse.

danny - Unregistered

May 15, 2010 1:29 PM

I agree williams take the renault engine. And sign senna for the race seat and make barichello test driver . You kiled his uncle so at least y schould give him a chance in life. And with a good car he wil make you proud like his uncle


May 15, 2010 1:50 PM

Williams has a signed deal with Cosworth.. He had his chance for Renault and didn't want them.. He owed his buddy's max and bernie a return favor and HAD to pick the cosworth..

Gilles - Unregistered

May 17, 2010 2:14 AM

Hey Danny that is a pretty stupid ph**king comment about F.Williams and Senna,its proven that it was the bottoming out of the undertray and the low tyre pressure *****, and yes unfortunately we are stuck with the Cosy, but the problem is not just the motor, it seems that its the over all team. like Coultard said that maybe its time to clear house.


May 17, 2010 2:25 AM
Last Edited 1937 days ago

The Cosworth has some issues.. One being how it delivers the power and two some reliability issues. The power plant seems to lose it's full power too quickly. But, Cosworth can work on their engine all year long. It would be wise to stay with Cosworth and Frank probably has to, based on a signed contract. Besides, it was something in the rear that broke loose. Not the engine. The car is crap as well.

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