Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul (left) and Remi Taffin, Head of Track Operations at Renault (right), walk in the paddock ahead of the British Grand Prix. (Photo: LAT Photographic)
New Renault F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the French company is well advanced with the 2015 version of its power unit, which like those of the other manufacturers has had to be developed in line with the FIA’s homologation rules.
“The engine world is not exactly the same as the chassis world,” he said on Friday. “In the sense that with the homologation you are not free to develop the engine, and therefore what we can do this year is fairly limited. What we need to focus on right now is to get reliability sorted out, because clearly what we are delivering on track is not acceptable for some of our customers. We need to fix that, clearly; this is for this season and see what can be done from a performance perspective.
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