The 2015 Formula One World Championship gets underway in Melbourne in a few hours’ time, with Renault Energy-F1’s powertrains once again taking to the track with the Infiniti Red Bull Racing and Scuderia Toro Rosso stables.

The most significant developments in the new powertrain can be found in the V6 engine, turbocharger and battery.

The V6 boasts a brand new combustion chamber, while the exhaust systems and variable intake manifolds have been reworked. For its part, the turbocharger is more efficient and the ERS (Energy Recovery System) now complies with the highest standards.

Renault’s commitment to F1 has, for many years now, manifested itself through the GT Line, the GT, the R.S., the Clio and the Megane, a range of Renault Sport cars that puts you on the start line every time.

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