For 15 years now, the Renault Foundation has been preparing talented students for successfully addressing emerging career opportunities, through training programmes in the fields of multicultural management, sustainable transport and road safety management. Renault Foundation director Oliver Faust talked to us about the Foundation’s missions and what motivates him in leading its operations.
Jean Ragnotti turns 70 this year. One of Renault’s most eminent faces in motorsports, Ragnotti is known as “the Acrobat”. Between the 1960s and the 1990s, he drove celebrated Renault vehicles in a wide range of rally and track events. This story looks at the highlights of his career.
At this year's Geneva Motor Show, Dacia is celebrating a ten-year-long success story that started with the release of Logan in 2005 across Europe and the Mediterranean Rim. There's a lot new at the Dacia stand, starting with the anniversary party trimmings.
Before you read on, I have a confession to make: I am an Espace fan and have owned two of them, including the one outside my window now. My infatuation goes back 15 years, a decade before I ever work for Renault. So be warned, this time it’s personal…