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The World Series by Renault launched its eleventh season at the Atelier Renault on Paris’ Champs-Elysées tonight, with Jean Todt, Alain Prost, David Coulthard, Sebastien Buemi, Nyck de Vries and Renault Sport management all in attendance.
Day two of Formula Renault 3.5 Series collective testing at Cicuito de Jerez went the way of Tio Ellinas (Strakka Racing).
This delay results from the decision of MotoGP organisers to use their option to race on Silverstone on 29 and 30 August
Originally planned in August, the highly anticipated return to Silverstone for the World Series by Renault has to be postponed for a week. It is now scheduled for the 5th and 6th September 2015.
After winning the Formula Renault 3.5 Series championship last month, Carlos Sainz will join the motor racing elite in 2015.
Convinced by his dominance in the premier category of the World Series by Renault, in which he became the youngest champion to date and his performance in testing with Red Bull, Scuderia Toro Rosso has signed the 20-year old Spaniard.
Formula Renault 3.5 Champion Carlos Sainz Jr will line-up alongside Daniel Ricciardo for Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s final test of the 2014 season at Yas Marina Circuit on November 25 and 26 following the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Season ten has just finished and the 2015 World Series by Renault already begins!
During the awards ceremony, Renault Sport Technologies revealed next year’s calendar. With six circuits used by F1 and the highly anticipated return to Le Mans and Silverstone, the World Series by Renault 2015 will assure more than ever its role as the formative formula towards F1.
As a new venue and host to the final round of the World Series by Renault, the Circuito de Jerez promises an exciting show.
The names of the three winners in the championships organized by Renault Sport Technologies will be known. This first visit to Andalusia will also be an occasion for some to continue a motor racing family tradition.
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”.
51,000 spectators: thank you!
The fourth of the year, the Nürburgring meeting is the last before the start of the World Series by Renault’s extended summer break. Ahead lie two months in which the drivers can take a well-earned rest and recharge their batteries before reconvening for the second half of the campaign, which begins at the Hungaroring on 13-14 September.