How chemistry is making Renault faster

How chemistry is making Renault faster

How many tenths of a second is a good chemistry between team and driver worth? Jonathan Noble reckons more than any front-wing updates when it's Robert Kubica and Renault

Formula 1 may be a sport governed by physics, but it's the chemistry of human relationships that can be just as important when it comes to achieving success.

When a team and driver totally click – which means having total faith in the job each does – then the surge of confidence and momentum it brings can deliver as much performance as the extra downforce that comes from a tweaked front-wing endplate.

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