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Renault says it wouldn't take on additional F1 teams if detrimental to Red Bull and its existing clients

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Michael Fornarina - Unregistered

December 10, 2012 5:17 PM

Yep.. Renault just slapped Lotus GP in the face so hard I heard it in my bedroom. I'm looking forward to 2014 and new engines shaking things up.. but my money is on Ferrari developing the fastest most powerful engine --- followed by Mercedes. For most of this decade Renault power has lagged behind those two -- and I'm betting Ferrari has spent the most time and money on the development of it's new lump and further they have the engine-genius-guru Luca Marmorini (who they had lost to Toyota F1 for a brief time).

izybluffen

December 11, 2012 2:08 AM

Ya gotta remember that Renault are no strangers to F1 turbo motors. Weren't they the first to bring turbos in to F1 in the first place with their 1500hp quali spec motors. They will build a good motor.

Amigo - Unregistered

December 11, 2012 11:05 PM

All Red Bull credit should go to Adrian Newey.
He is the man beat by all teams. Without Adrian Newey, Red Bull can't be like today. Only Vettel win most of the race because he got best car.
If you put Vettel in 2012 Mercedes and then you will see how Vettel will struggling on the track.
To win the Championship, (1) you need best car (2)you need good driver (3) Good pit stop team.

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