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This Video Explains Why Alonso Had Such A Weird Driving Style At Renault

Scott Mansell of Driver61 explains the method behind the extremely unusual driving style used by Fernando Alonso during the mid-2000s

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1 day ago, WTF1, Renault

F1 News: Renault had "no interest" in F1 future if rules didn't change

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admits the manufacturer would have had "no interest" in continuing as a "second tier" player had the category's rules not undergone change for 2021

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1 day ago, Autosport, Renault

Renault had "no interest" in F1 future under current rules

Renault had "no interest" in F1 future under current rules

Last week, interim CEO Clotilde Delbos moved to address doubts about the company's future in F1 by announcing that it remains committed, while emphasising that the reduced cost cap limits that begin in 2021 played a crucial role in the decision to stay.Even before COVID-19 struck, Renault had spent some...

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1 day ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Who could replace Ricciardo at Renault?

Who could replace Ricciardo at Renault?

With Sainz moving up to Ferrari and Ricciardo taking the Spaniard’s place at McLaren, it has left one free seat with Renault as one of the most talked-about seats on the grid for next year.But which drivers are in contention to join the French manufacturer for 2021? And what impact will it have on the...

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2 days ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Alonso is one of the options for Renault – Abiteboul | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Alonso is one of the options for Renault - Abiteboul • Ferrari will have made decision to drop Vettel a long time ago - Kubica

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2 days ago, F1 Fanatic, Renault

Who could replace Ricciardo at Renault F1? Vettel, Alonso and more

Following Sebastian Vettel's shock exit from Ferrari and subsequent moves for Carlos Sainz Jr. and Daniel Ricciardo, attention has shifted to Renault in Formula 1's 2021 driver market

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5 days ago, Autosport, Renault

The braking point: Alonso, Vettel and what’s next for Renault?

Things were looking bright for the Renault Formula 1 team on the eve on the 2019 season, but in just over a year their situation seems to have unravelled rapidly. Instead of the team rediscovering some of their former glories and closing the gap on the midfield, the Enstone outfit fell behind their customer...

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5 days ago, Grand Prix 247, Renault

Formula 1: Renault to stay in sport despite job losses

The boss of Renault says the French car company will stay in Formula 1 beyond the end of this season.

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5 days ago, BBC Sport, Renault

Renault CEO: We intend to stay in Formula 1

Renault intends to keep its team in Formula 1, interim CEO Clotilde Delbos confirmed on Friday, despite plans to cut costs by €2 billion over the next three years. “We confirm that we intend to stay in Formula 1,” she told a conference call. “The new regulations, new cap in term of investments, because...

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5 days ago, Grand Prix 247, Renault

F1: Renault: We stay in F1

Renault's interim Chief Executive, Coltilde Delbos says the company is to remain in Formula One, despite French giant's need to shed 15,000 jobs.

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5 days ago, Pitpass, Renault

Renault will stay in F1 despite major cutbacks

Renault will stay in F1 despite major cutbacks

Like other manufacturers, the French company has been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis, and it has announced that it will be cutting 15,000 jobs worldwide, including 4,600, as part of an effort to save €2bn over the next three years.The fallout of the departure of Carlos Ghosn, followed by the ousting...

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5 days ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Renault confirm they will stay in F1 after announcing €1.8bn cost cut plan | 2020 F1 season

Renault's Formula 1 team will remain in the sport despite the carmaker announcing plans to make €2 billion (£1.8bn) in savings over the next three years.

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5 days ago, F1 Fanatic, Renault

F1 News: Renault remains committed to F1 despite exit rumours

Renault has announced that it remains committed to Formula 1, despite rumours about its future after making major cutbacks in its core automotive business

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5 days ago, Autosport, Renault

Will Fernando Alonso Go To Renault In 2021?

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1 week ago, WTF1, Renault

Alonso? Vettel? Bottas? Who should Renault hire as Ricciardo’s replacement? | 2021 F1 season

Renault are giving themselves time to decide who should take the seat Daniel Ricciardo has left vacant for the 2021 F1 season. That year has long been the focal point of Renault’s gradual rebuilding programme since it returned to F1 four years ago. That has been disrupted not only by the abrupt...

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1 week ago, F1 Fanatic, Renault

F1 News: Renault won't choose Ricciardo replacement until 2020 season has started

Renault will wait until after the 2020 Formula 1 season has started before it decides on who it wants to replace Daniel Ricciardo for next year

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1 week ago, Autosport, Renault

Renault won't decide Ricciardo replacement until season starts

Renault won't decide Ricciardo replacement until season starts

With Ricciardo having signed a contract to join McLaren for 2021, Renault needs to fill a vacancy it has in its outfit alongside Esteban Ocon.But while a host of big name stars have emerged as contenders for the seat – including Fernando Alonso, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel – the team says it...

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1 week ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Abiteboul: Renault plans "very long" stay in racing

Abiteboul: Renault plans "very long" stay in racing

Abiteboul believes the changes will move F1 away from being a two-tier sport to one where any team entered could win a race, with features like open source components on which teams collaborate rather than compete, to drive innovation and reduce cost.Speaking as part of our #thinkingforward series, looking...

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1 week ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

F1 News: Abiteboul says F1's new cost-saving rules boost chances of Renault staying

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul reckons F1's 'new deal', involving a wide-reaching package of cost control measures, will boost the chances of his manufacturer remaining in the championship

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1 week ago, Autosport, Renault

Abiteboul denies latest rumours Renault could quit F1 | RaceFans Round-up

In the round-up: Abiteboul denies latest rumours Renault could quit F1 • "Time is of the essence" to save British GP • Monza to convert paddock into drive-in cinema

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1 week ago, F1 Fanatic, Renault

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