Interview with Renault's James Allison

Interview with Renault's James Allison

Renault was one of the surprises of the Bahrain Grand Prix, and one of the only positive ones. The team has come through some dark times and appears to be leading the battle for the fifth-placed team. Its technical director James Allison talked to AUTOSPORT about the turnaround

Coming off the back of a disastrous season – both on and off track – and after a period of uncertainty over whether the team would be around at all in 2010, Renault struck back in Bahrain. Although Robert Kubica finished only 11th after a clash with Adrian Sutil on the first lap, Renault now looks the team most likely to upset the "big four".

AUTOSPORT spoke exclusively to Renault technical director James Allison about the Renault R30, windtunnel upgrades and redemption.

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