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The Renault Sport Academy was launched by Renault Sport Racing and Renault Sport Formula One Team in February 2016, tasked with continuing Renault’s rich heritage of developing young driver talent, with the aspiration of finding future Renault Sport Formula One World Champions.
The Renault Sport Academy harnesses Renault Sport Racing’s various platforms and global motorsport structures in its quest to nurture new talent, involving the local Renault markets in seeking new drivers from their (...)
Renault Sport Formula One Team consists of the Renault R.S.17 chassis, developed and manufactured in Enstone (United Kingdom), whilst the Renault R.E.17 power unit is developed in Viry-Châtillon (France).
Renault Sport Formula One Team fans, discover a collection that is like you: passionate, colourful, exclusive... A rich and varied range that will meet the expectations of all lovers of automobile racing. Express your passion on the racetrack with Replica clothing, toys, miniatures, luggage, connected objects, etc. This is a new chapter in Renault’s history in Formula 1, and now you can be part of (...)
For Graduates wishing to get involved in Motorsport, there can be no higher ambition than a career in Formula One. The Renault Sport Racing Graduate Programme offers exceptional opportunities for a select few each year, with positions across the company offering the ultimate experience and career development in true F1 engineering roles.
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What is Fanboost?
To engage with the public even more, fans can give their favourite driver an extra speed boost by voting for them via social media prior to and during the opening six minutes of the race. The three winning drivers receive an additional 100kJ of energy in their second car only to be used in a power window of 180kW and 200kW. When deploying FanBoost it can only be used once: a series of short bursts will not be (...)
The chassis are built by a French company SPARK and are made of a carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite. They have been crash-tested to the same stringent standards as Formula 1. Each of the teams has four cars. The bodywork, wings and suspension are also produced by SPARK, which was established especially for Formula E. For Season 2 the teams were allowed to produce their own rear suspension. The settings need to be the same on both sides and the wheelbase has to be the same as in Season 1.
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A Renault Sport Specialist is a Renault garage, dealership or branch with passionate, professional and dedicated staff who are always on hand to provide high-quality products and services for performance car customers.
Driving your Renault Sport, discover and perfect your driving technique on Europe’s finest circuits. Supervised by professional instructors and pilots; Renault Sport ensures a day combining pleasure and safety.
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