Renault is facing more criticism from Red Bull’s Christian Horner after their British Grand Prix pace, which was labelled as “tragic” by Max Verstappen.
In an interview with Motorsport.com, Horner said Renault “can’t hide” from Red Bull qualifying seven tenths behind the likes of Mercedes and Ferrari at an engine-sensitive Silverstone.
“It just very clearly defines where the level is at,” Horner said, suggesting that Renault was 70-80bhp behind the quickest PU in F1, which he said was Ferrari’s.
Horner hopes Honda’s future development will solve the current PU deficit when the Japanese marque join Red Bull next year.
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