With the new driver Daniel Ricciardo attending subsequent Nico Hulkenberg, Renault believes that ongoing improvements in infrastructure levels and its staff will pay dividends by allowing it to maintain progress it did since it returned to F1.
"We're ready, we feel it's the right time to show you everything happening in the background of the last three years and are very proud," said team leader Cyril Abiteboul.
"When you walk away Your emotions and career-oriented.
" The first phase of the plan is regeneration as you have seen. You will find that almost every single factory area is improved if not completely transformed, from wind tunnel instrumentation, manufacturing, grinding machines, clean rooms, race boats, every place improved to compete at the same level as the best "In Viry it's a bit more tactical, some recruitment here or there, some of the equipment we're commissioning for a few weeks, a brand new state-of-the-art dyno fully compatible in 2021
"Hopefully by the year 2020 we should get there in the brand new workshop of the machine. We invest a lot in Enstone and we do not invest in Viry. "
The Enstone-based outfit was completed fourth in the championship of constructors last year, but nothing in the illusion about the performance of the gulf still in the Mercedes,
Renault is aggressively pushing development for black and yellow RS19, leaving the sign off of the parts until a bid to maximize the development time.
While this means it needs to work flat to make sure the car is ready for testing next week, it hopes to have performance benefits.
The car also features what Renault believes is a more-enhanced F1 engine, with a new designed by the C-spec power unit last year used by Red Bull at the end of the 2018 season.
Renault F1 Team RS19
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