Renault Sport F1 will introduce an upgraded V6 engine at the Monaco Grand Prix. The French manufacturer as have many others have been plagued by poor performance and unreliability since the season started and has revealed that it has exploited a rule introduced at the start of the 2014 season.
Mercedes and other constructors are working on similar fixes to enhance fan involvement and mechanical issues related to the 2014 rule changes.
It has been suggested that any change to improve reliability would be likely to bring a direct performance gain and durability.
Some of Renault’s customer teams will get the new engines in Monaco while the rest will likely get them in Montreal. Most in Montreal.