13/12/2017 Reliability first goal for 2018 – Abiteboul Dec.13 (GMM) Cyril Abiteboul says Renault's first priority for 2018 is reliability.
Although Red Bull won three races this year, a late season reliability crisis saw tensions spill over […]
17/04/2019 Top three teams ‘unreachable’ for Renault – Prost Apr.17 (GMM) Alain Prost has conceded that top three teams Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull are "unreachable" for Renault this year.
The F1 legend is an advisor to the French works team, […]
13/03/2018 Renault not targeting 2018 race win – Prost Mar.13 (GMM) Alain Prost says Renault is not setting goals for 2018, but he will not rule out a podium for the French team.
After winter testing, the general consensus is that Renault […]
11/02/2019 Top teams will be unbeaten in 2019 – Grosjean Feb.11 (GMM) F1's current top teams will remain unchallenged until at least 2021.
That is the view of Romain Grosjean, a driver for the small American team Haas.
Thanks to its Ferrari […]
19/12/2015 No budget increase for works Renault team – Stoll Dec.19 (GMM) Jerome Stoll, the Renault Sport chairman, has dismissed reports the French carmaker is ramping up its annual F1 budget. The reports had suggested that after only supplying […]
30/06/2015 Formula E means 2016 ‘not lost year’ – Abiteboul Jun.30 (GMM) Success in Formula E means 2015 will not be a "lost year" for Renault. That is the view of Cyril Abiteboul, who is managing director of the French carmaker's formula one […]
22/02/2018 Renault wants to halve gap to top teams Feb.22 (GMM) Renault has confirmed reports it has made progress with its F1 engine ahead of the 2018 season.
Late last year, the French marque encountered reliability problems and a […]
20/06/2018 Toro Rosso to keep ‘works’ Honda status Jun.20 (GMM) Toro Rosso will not lose its works status now that senior team Red Bull has signed up to also be powered by Honda engines from 2019.
That is the news from Honda's F1 general […]
21/09/2018 Beating top teams ‘ridiculous’ goal – Budkowski Sep.21 (GMM) Renault is not ready to charge for the world title.
That is the admission of Marcin Budkowski, a former leading FIA official who has controversially switched to the French […]