Motor racing-Renault cannot be mere F1 participants, says Ghosn


By Alan Baldwin MONACO, May 27 (Reuters) - Champions Renault cannot expect to win titles every year but neither will they stay in Formula One long-term as mere participants, chief executive Carlos Ghosn said on Sunday. "What is important for me is the trend," he told reporters at the Monaco Grand Prix, won by Renault last year with Fernando Alonso before the Spaniard left for McLaren. "If I am in a situation where we are number four or number five and we have no hope to do better, be ...

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