Renault aims to use 2017 MGU-K from Russian GP

Reliability concerns about the new MGU-K prompted the French car manufacturer to adopt a no-risk strategy at the first races for its work team, plus Red Bull and Toro Rosso. But the move back to the 2016 version has not come without penalty, because the older specification is 5kg heavier and requires an extra 1kg air bottle for cooling. With F1's latest generation of cars already on ... Keep reading