How Senna has revived Renault
Bruno Senna's promotion to a Renault race seat at Spa may not have set the world alight on the track, but it did make a much more important difference to the team as a whole, as Jonathan Noble explains
Despite having to abide so strictly with the laws of physics, and being judged so harshly by the unwavering march of time, there remain many facets of Formula 1 where success and failure cannot be judged by a piece of paper or a stopwatch. Instead, good or bad is dictated by simple gut feeling.
While some argue that the history books only care about the winners, and that all that matters is winning, when you are actually in the middle of the competition, how you go about achieving that end result can be just as important.
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