Renault technical chief James Allison has said the team’s pace at the Belgian Grand Prix was encouraging and admitted that the team was now in a bullish mood.
Renault put on one its strongest performances in months at Spa with both its drivers qualifying in the top ten, as the updates introduced by the team in recent events began to work better.
“We have been plagued with extremely poor wet performance in recent races, and to have seemingly put this behind us gives me faith that the upgrades brought to Spa will continue to deliver at other circuits,” said Allison.
Allison was also encouraged by Bruno Senna’s performance at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 7th, 2011.
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