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    Well done Team Renault on the Formula 1 victory in Melbourne. Maybe soon we will see Pugs again on the track, but with better success this time!!!

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    Not likely. PSA are pulling out of rally to concentrate the resources on their road cars because the market is getting too competitive, so they won't go to F1 in the near future.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuey
    Not likely. PSA are pulling out of rally to concentrate the resources on their road cars because the market is getting too competitive, so they won't go to F1 in the near future.
    Hopefully, about 5-7 years hence, there'll be another PSA car that blitzes the field. Remember the 205! Then the 206! Now the old 306 (sorry, Xsara). Previously the 404/504 years, previously the 203. We've had quite a run over the last 50 years.

    It'll be interesting to see how they fare over the next decade as a "smaller but large" independent - not GM, not Toyota, not Chrysler/Daimler etc etc.

    Keep the memory and be patient.

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    Yes it was a great win for Renault and the race was very good and the conditions very nice. The tyres did really well. Michelins have obviously got what it takes.
    Fisichella drives a Megane turbo as his daily car. Thats good press Renault should be milking the publicity now with the win....

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