The forthcoming race at the Circuit of The Americas will herald the arrival of a significant new member of Renault Sport Formula One Team. Already confirmed to compete for the squad in 2018, Carlos Sainz Jr will make an early debut for the team at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, which will take place on Sunday at 9pm (CET). Welcome to the fold, Carlos!
They may at times be considered as mere ‘weekend warriors’, but Formula 1 drivers are in actual fact bona fide athletes – and they will demonstrate this once again during Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix, renowned as one of the most physically demanding races on the calendar.
With three seasons of the FIA Formula E Championship completed, Renault e.dams has claimed all three Teams’ titles to date. The squad’s drivers and management gathered in Paris yesterday to celebrate this unbeaten record and reveal the livery of the all-electric single-seater cars that will spearhead their challenge in Season 4!
A perfect weekend for no.36 Alpine A470 in Austin, 6th round of LMP2 World Championship.
A new race driver & a new partnership. Christmas is not around yet but Renault fans can enjoy the two big news Renault Sport Racing is giving them as gifts.
With peaks of an eye-watering 350kph, Monza witnesses the most extreme speeds of the Formula 1 season – definitely not one for the faint of heart!
Renault Sport Formula One Team keeps a very close eye on the behaviour of its two R.S.17s every time they take to the track – particularly around a circuit as long and demanding as Belgium’s famous Spa-Francorchamps. Thanks to telemetry, the squad’s engineers are always fully aware of everything that is going on.
Created three years ago, the FIA Formula E championship saw Renault confirm its supremacy. The performance and energy of Renault e.dams was duly rewarded today, as the French squad was crowned FIA Formula E champions for a third consecutive season. They are currently the only team in the category who has won the teams' title.
The third season of the FIA Formula E Championship has culminated in another resounding success for Renault-e.dams, as the French team reasserted its supremacy in the FIA’s all-electric single-seater series.
Although the actual racing lasts a little less than two hours, a typical grand prix weekend leaves the drivers with barely any respite during their four days at the circuit. We take a look at their programmes (local times, CET) at the Hungaroring…