Renault aims to go on “attack” after Hungary showing

Jolyon Palmer just missed out on scoring his first points of the season after a costly spin at Turn 4 at the Hungaroring, but the fact that the team was able to battle for the top ten was hugely encouraging. Renault F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul said: “In Budapest we demonstrated that we had taken a tangible step forward, not just in our own performance but in relative ... Keep reading