Renault: Too late for F1 engine freeze ahead of 2022 season

Renault says it is too late to impose a Formula 1 engine freeze from the start of 2022, despite support growing for one. With Red Bull eager for a stop to engine development being allowed from the end of next year so it can take over the Honda engine project,

Alonso jokes about Renault not answering messages | F1 News by PlanetF1

An eager Fernando Alonso has joked Renault are already ignoring his messages as he inches ever closer to making his Formula 1 return. Alonso will be back on the Formula 1 grid with Renault (soon to be renamed Alpine) in 2021 and the two-time World Champion is being relentless in

2021 Renault Kangoo Breaks Cover With Budget Model, Electric Version

Two passenger and two cargo versions will be available from the spring of 2021. Following a lengthy development program and a short teaser campaign, the all-new Renault Kangoo has been unveiled with a bold appearance, new technologies, and a selection of two separate models. The French manufacturer hasn’t disclosed all

Renault make changes to combat reliability issues | F1 News by PlanetF1

Renault have made changes to their quality control procedures in an attempt to improve reliability in the closing stages of the 2020 season. The Enstone team are locked in a fierce three-way battle with McLaren and Racing Point for P3 in the Constructors’ Championship and just one point separates the

GT Sport Time Trials: Renault-Nissan Alliance

We’ve got a new set of GT Sport Time Trials today, covering the next two weeks. Not only is there a return for some rally action, but we get to race in opposite ends of the race car spectrum from the Renault-Nissan Alliance. Rally fans will be heading to the

Stroll through a Graveyard of Rare European Cars This Halloween

What would Halloween be without submersing yourself in some spooky places? A haunted forest, perhaps, or maybe midnight meandering through a corn maze? How about a crawl through a graveyard filled with the skeletons, carcasses and hulks of … automotive marques no longer present in the U.S? Mwahahaha! There are

Renault: ‘Strange’ Portugal F1 form can help understanding issues

Renault Formula 1 duo Esteban Ocon and Daniel Ricciardo think the “strange things” it encountered in Portugal will help in getting to the bottom of the difficulties it faced. After a recent run of good form, Renault endured a step back in pace at Portimao as it found itself unable to match

How Ricciardo helped Renault rediscover its swagger

Daniel Ricciardo is McLaren-bound next season, but leaving a Renault team which is undergoing a resurgence on and off the track. He and team principal Cyril Abiteboul tell Stuart Codling and Ben Anderson what’s been happening behind the scenes Renault’s stuttering progress back towards the front of the grid has

Renault juniors Lundgaard, Piastri, Zhou handed Bahrain tests

Renault has announced that junior drivers Christian Lundgaard, Oscar Piastri and Guanyu Zhou will all feature in an upcoming private Formula 1 test in Bahrain. Renault will conduct four days of private testing at the Bahrain International Circuit between 29 October and 2 November, splitting the running between three members

Renault Duster Turbo-Petrol vs Hyundai Creta vs Kia Seltos

Renault Duster vs competition Renault Duster What you’ll like: A Duster on steroids! 154 BHP motor has transformed its personality Very fast & loads of fun on the open road. Punchy mid-range will leave you grinning Turbo-petrol’s refinement levels are terrific, including at high rpm Smooth CVT automatic available. It’s