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Re: Ricciardo masterstroke
Posted by: Gunk
Date: 10/06/2019 09:17
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SehnKhan
A good weekend overall for Renault. I hate team orders in the sport, but I'll spare criticism as I've not yet watched the race, just read reports.
P4 in qualifying though was excellent, and Ricciardo's Monaco qualifying lap was also something special. He's now starting to put that Renault in places on the grid it probably doesn't deserve to be, but the consistent race pace has a way off yet for Renault.

Masterstroke it is not, but the building blocks are there. They're just scattered all over at the moment, and I think a two year plan is ambitious by Renault to compete with the current "Big 3".

Encouraging, certainly. A couple of caveats though.

McLaren were particularly unlucky with their issues. Haas had a rubbish weekend. And RBR has Gasly. (Ricciardo left a big hole at RBR.) That said, it's great to see them recover from such a shambolic start.

The team in trouble now appears to be Alfa, who can't get their car working at all.

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