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Renault Sport Racing’s base will be situated at the heart of the Circuit de Paul Ricard
Renault Sport Racing this year returns to the Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet – the venue which will host the 2018 Formula 1 French Grand Prix – in a partnership with Winfield Racing School to offer driving programmes to motorsport enthusiasts and professional drivers alike.
“The return of BP and Castrol, brands with such strong heritage in motorsport, is very good news”
BP and Renault Sport Racing have today announced a new partnership which will see the global oil company join the recently reformed Renault Sport Formula One Team in support of their ambition to fight for the World Championship in the next five years.
Renault Sport Racing management reviews the state of play at the end of the team’s first season in Formula 1
Renault Sport Formula 1 Team has ended its first season of incorporation with strong foundations for its future. That’s the assessment of Renault Sport Racing Managing Director Cyril Abiteboul, who points to the growth and expansion taking place at Enstone, as well as the significant power unit progress seen in 2016.
Renault Sport Formula One Team is proud to announce that it will retain Jolyon Palmer for the 2017 season
Jolyon will join the recently-announced Nico Hülkenberg to complete the team’s 2017 race driver line-up. Twenty-five year old Jolyon joined Renault Sport Formula One Team’s predecessor Lotus F1 Team as Third Driver at the start of the 2015 season, graduating to race driver for 2016 with Renault Sport Formula One Team.
“I am grateful that Force India has given me the chance to take up this new opportunity.”
Renault Sport Formula One Team is proud to announce that Nico Hülkenberg will join the team for 2017 as part of a multi-year deal. Twenty-nine year-old Nico has raced in 111 Formula 1 Grands Prix since making his debut in 2010.
Aitken and Joerg also named with the new Renault Sport Academy
The academy will utilise Renault Sport Racing’s various platforms and global motorsport structures
Renault Sport Racing will continue Renault’s rich heritage of developing young driver talent with the formation of the Renault Sport Academy, which is tasked with finding future Renault Sport champions.
Groupe Renault Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn reveals Renault’s complete motorsport plan