LONDON, Dec 16 (Reuters) - Formula One champions Renault say tyre partner Michelin's decision to quit the sport at the end of next year will not affect their performance in 2006. "We go into 2006 as world champions, and we are determined to defend those titles," technical director Bob Bell told the team's website. "I have no doubt that Michelin intend to do exactly the same. We have already seen enhanced collaboration between the Michelin teams this winter, and a rapid rate of tyre ...
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