The fourth ePrix of the season
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Allowing the Formula Renault 3.5 Series race to continue as the curtain raiser for the F1 Grand Prix
Associated for nearly 30 years, the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM) and Renault announces the renewing of their global strategic partnership. The solid relationship with Renault Sport benefits directly, allowing the Formula Renault 3.5 Series race to continue as the curtain raiser for the F1 Grand Prix for three years.
In the genes of the brand since 1898, motor racing has been one of the fundamental elements of Renault’s strategy.
The World Series by Renault has been one of the best examples: hosting between 400,000 – 500,000 spectators per year and benefiting from vast media exposure, the World Series by Renault is one of the most important motor racing events and remains loyal to its motto ”Fast, Free and Fun”.
FIA Formula E championship
Renault, a pioneer in the world of electric vehicles and an active participant in motorsport ever since the brand was founded, was named last year as an official technical partner of the FIA Formula E Championship. With the competition’s inaugural race in Beijing, China, in September, 2014, looming fast, the French carmaker has announced that is to step up its involvement in the new series in the form of backing for e.dams.
Renault Sport Technologies’ latest creation, the Renault Sport Trophy show car, will shortly be unveiled.
Boasting a uniquely stunning design – the first indication of its exceptional performance – the car will be unveiled to the media and the public at the Moscow International Automobile Salon (MIAS), which runs from 27 August to 7 September. An intense programme of development tests will now begin, with the car joining the World Series by Renault in 2015.
The long relationship between the Laffite family and Renault takes a new form in 2014.
This year, Margot Laffite becomes a Renault Sport Ambassador making the most of her expertise and notoriety. In 1970, Jacques Laffite began his motor racing career competing in Formula France in a Renault powered Martini MK4 before going on to become one of the first French Formula Renault Champions in history.
Five races after the worrying events of Valencia, the looks of concern are back on the faces at Red Bull and Renault.
At Valencia, Sebastian Vettel’s sure victory ground to a halt with an alternator problem. Similar problems were arising at other Renault-powered teams, including Lotus and Williams, and so the French supplier reverted to an older alternator specification.
Series launched at Express Avenue Mall, Chennai
The true test of man and machine is in his pursuit of excellence. The MRF Challenge 2012 will put a spring in the step of young racing drivers across the globe. On 24th August 2012, the residents of Chennai witnessed the birth of a motorsport series like no other. India finally has its chance to shine in the International motorsport arena.