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Did Red Bull and Renault Really Show Any Improvement at the Malaysian GP?

Like Seinfeld's Frank Costanza at Festivus, Red Bull and their engine supplier, Renault, have spent the early part of the 2015 Formula One season publicly airing their grievances with each other. Now, a truce has been called, although Red Bull adviser Helmut Marko could not resist one last shot at the French auto company. While calling for an end to the public battle, Marko told Servus TV in Austria (h/t James Allen), "In the past we got used to winning even though our engines were not the most powerful." Indeed, at the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix, the Red Bulls struggled on Sepang's long straights but were able to make up time on the medium- and high-speed corners, a testament to their superior chassis design. The 2014 season started wi...

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