Renault reshuffle after Red Bull criticism

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SILVERSTONE, England (AP) – The Renault engine supply team that powered Sebastian Vettel to four successive Formula One championships announced a major reshuffle on Thursday after mounting criticism from Red Bull.

The most dramatic move saw Renault Sport F1 president and managing director Jean-Michel Jalinier resign and retire.

He was replaced by Jerome Stoll, who becomes president, and former Caterham team principal Cyril Abiteboul, who will be managing director.

The changes came after Red Bull boss Christian Horner described the engines supplied by Renault this year as "unacceptable."

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