Exploring F1's power games

Exploring F1's power games

Red Bull is frustrated with a lack of power from its Renault V8s, yet the factory Renault team's straightline pace left Ferrari frowning in Abu Dhabi. Tony Dodgins delves into F1's engine rivalries

It was Friday morning in Brazil. If it had been a big fight the boxers would have been into their last round of insults, trying to shift those last tickets and boost their purses, with a grateful media lapping it up. None of that here, surely...

But hang on. What's that Stefano Domenicali has just come out with? If Ferrari had Red Bull's car they have won the championship aeons ago...

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