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FIRST PICTURES: Renault R29.

The ING Renault F1 team has taken the covers off its 2009 Formula One challenger, the R29, at the Algarve Motor Park circuit.

The car was officially presented to the world's media today [Monday] at around 08.30 hours local time, before Nelson Piquet Jr gave the machine its on track debut.

Renault finished fourth in the constructors' championship in 2008 and having won two races in Singapore and China with Fernando Alonso towards the end of the season, will be hoping to be regularly challenging for victories, as well as the titles, this year.

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