Renault F1 Team’s executive director Marcin Budkowski has said that last year’s F1 season was an opportunity to make fundamental changes within the team which they hope will aid them in future.
Ex-McLaren and Ferrari engineer Pat Fry will join Renault next season as part of the team’s restructure.
Renault had a reasonably promising Friday in Austin, as the team targets Q3 going into Saturday.
Both Nico Hülkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo are looking to make it into Q3 on Saturday evening in Singapore after a stronger than expected Friday at Marina Bay.
Toyoharu Tanabe, Christian Horner, Claire Williams, Zak Brown and Marcin Budkowski sit down for the Friday press conference at Silverstone.
Marcin Budkowski says the Renault team are confident of being competitive during the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend after two positive weekends in the United States and Mexico.
Marcin Budkowski was hired for his capabilities and experience in motor sport, not for his knowledge of other teams’ developments, according to Renault Team Principal Cyril Abiteboul.
Cyril Abiteboul knows Renault have underperformed in 2019 but feels people on the outside have been expecting too much of a jump from them this season.
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Marcin Budkowski will now start his new role with the Renault Sport Formula 1 Team on 1 April 2018.