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Formula 1: How Renault Halted Three Careers in 2011

In 2011, Renault were unfortunate to lose the capabilities of their No. 1 driver, Robert Kubica. They made a careful and logical decision in naming Nick Heidfeld as his temporary replacement.Alongside kept driver Vitaly Petrov, the team had a positive start to the campaign, as both drivers scored a third-place podium finish and amassed a credible run of points.But then Renault made mistakes. Heidfeld had not led the team the way they had wanted, so they shipped him away in place of the unproven Bruno Senna. As Senna and Petrov went into the second half of the season, Renault began focusing instead on the 2012 car and results for the current season subsequently began to dwindle.Adrian Sutil took full advantage by climbing above Petrov i...

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