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Explained: Why Renault launched a Racing Point protest

The impressive speed that the car has since shown on track, even if it hasn't yet translated into the results that its potential suggests, has further caught the attention of teams.
In the Styrian GP, Sergio Perez started only 17th after a troubled wet qualifying, and yet by the end of the race he was trying – albeit unsuccessfully – to wrest fourth place from Red Bull's Alex Albon.
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