Interview: Boullier on Renault's prospects

Interview: Boullier on Renault's prospects

After securing the services of Robert Kubica for another two years, Renault is now aiming to take the next step to be able to fight for the title. Adam Cooper talked to Renault boss Eric Boullier about the team's prospects

This week's announcement that Robert Kubica will stay at Renault until 2012 did not come as a huge surprise. The Pole has had a brilliant season so far, and having really got his feet under the table at Enstone, clearly feels happy there.

Equally the team is delighted with the way things have turned out this year, with Kubica very effectively benchmarking the potential of the yellow car in both qualifying and races.

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