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F1: Renault reverts to old MGU-K

Renault has revealed that it has reverted to the 2016 MGU-K design for all its engines.

Read 4 hours ago, Pitpass, Renault

Renault reverts to 2016 MGU-K to cure reliability

Renault reverts to 2016 MGU-K to cure reliability

The French manufacturer introduced new energy recovery systems as part of a major overhaul of its F1 engine design for 2017, but the works team and customer squads Red Bull and Toro Rosso all suffered...

Read 8 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

F1: Australian GP: Qualifying notes - Renault

It was a positive first qualifying session with the R.S.17 although it's frustrating not to make Q3 as the pace was there.

Read 14 hours ago, Pitpass, Renault

Jolyon Palmer blames 'terrible' car for qualifying last in Melbourne

Jolyon Palmer qualified last in Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix and has put it down to his car, which he described as "terrible" and "horrible". The Briton qualified dead last,...

Read 16 hours ago, Grand Prix Times, Renault

Renault introduces "big fix" to cure engine problems

Renault introduces "big fix" to cure engine problems

The French manufacturer suffered an MGU-K problem that compromised its works team and customer outfits Red Bull and Toro Rosso over the two weeks at Barcelona. It related to the insulation on the MGU-K...

Read 2 days ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Renault brings 'big fix' for F1 engine problem to Australian GP

Renault has brought a "big fix" to the Australian Grand Prix in a bid to cure the problem with its Formula 1 engine that hindered its pre-season testing

Read 2 days ago, Autosport, Renault

Renault not feeling "safe" from Honda threat

Renault not feeling "safe" from Honda threat

McLaren-Honda is facing a tough task to catch up after its pre-season testing programme was hit by reliability problems and a lack of power. Although many are predicting that McLaren is now facing a tough...

Read 3 days ago, Motorsport.com, Renault

Renault does not feel 'safe' ahead of Honda in F1 engine battle

Renault says it still does not feel "safe" ahead of Honda in the Formula 1 engine battle, despite the Japanese manufacturer enduring a troubled start to the year

Read 3 days ago, Autosport, Renault

Renault confirms persistent ERS issue 'addressed' for opening race

Renault Sport F1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has confirmed that the persistent Energy Recovery System issue, which hampered all three of its Formula 1 teams during pre-season testing, has been addressed and fixed...

Read 3 days ago, Grand Prix Times, Renault

Renault: We have addressed the ERS issue

Renault said they have fixed their pre-season power unit problems with a “belt and braces” approach ahead of Formula One’s Australian Grand Prix opener. Issues with the unit’s Energy...

Read 3 days ago, Grand Prix 247, Renault

Nico Hülkenberg “happy in new F1 home”, but lack of podium record looms

Nico Hülkenberg “happy in new F1 home”, but lack of podium record looms

Nico Hülkenberg has declared that he is “happy in my new home” at the Renault Formula 1 team, but the German racer is another driver heading into the 2017 season with something to prove. Hülkenberg has...

Read 3 days ago, James Allen on F1

Ricciardo gets Renault boost for Melbourne

Local favourite Daniel Ricciardo's Melbourne hopes got a boost on Wednesday.

Read 3 days ago, Grandprix.com, Renault

Horner: In terms of performance Renault seem on target

Despite some ERS issues during testing, Red Bull team chief Christian Horner has revealed that Renault’s power unit has met the performance targets promised by the French engine supplier,...

Read 3 days ago, Grand Prix 247, Renault

Renault: Balance between pushing the envelope and reliability

Renault Sport Formula One Team heads to the start of the 2017 FIA Formula One World Championship season in a very different state to twelve months ago. Cyril Abiteboul, Renault Sport Racing Managing Director:...

Read 3 days ago, Grand Prix 247, Renault

F1: Renault's Australian GP preview

Renault Managing Director, Cyril Abiteboul and Chief Technical Officer, Bob Bell, look ahead to the season opener.

Read 3 days ago, Pitpass, Renault

F1: Renault duo look ahead to Australia

Nico Hulkenberg and Jolyon Palmer look ahead to this weekend's season opener.

Read 3 days ago, Pitpass, Renault

Haas F1's Magnussen says Dallara a match for McLaren and Renault

Haas newcomer Kevin Magnussen says the American outfit's Dallara-supplied Formula 1 chassis compares well to those he used in previous years at McLaren and Renault

Read 5 days ago, Autosport, McLaren, Haas, Renault

Magnussen: Haas Dallara chassis as good as Renault or McLaren

Magnussen: Haas Dallara chassis as good as Renault or McLaren

Magnussen drove the McLaren MP4-29 in his debut Formula 1 campaign in 2014, and was behind the wheel of a Renault RS16 last year. Now at Haas, the Dane said that he has been impressed by the team's chassis...

Read 5 days ago, Motorsport.com, McLaren, Haas, Renault

Renault delivering promised performance - Horner

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Read 5 days ago, RACER, Renault

F1: Renault: Manufacturers the backbone of F1

Renault Sport Racing president Jerome Stoll argues that manufacturers are the backbone of F1.

Read 5 days ago, Pitpass, Renault