Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul says his team will not target to finish in any particular position in 2019 but wants to see that it continuing its strong progression.
Renault re-joined the F1 grid in 2016, scoring 8 points across the season. In 2017, it made a major jump up the grid, scoring 57 points and ending the campaign fifth in the constructors’ championship.
Last year, it topped the midfield battle, beating Haas to fourth in the championship. However, it now faces the tall task of closing the gap to the front-runners, who hold a large advantage over the rest of the field.