2018-03-12 16:10 Autosport

Renault F1 team has given itself cooling 'headache' with 2018 car

Renault has willingly given itself a cooling "headache" in the pursuit of improving its 2018 Formula 1 car's aerodynamic performance, according to chief technical officer Bob Bell


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