Renault driver Nico Hülkenberg is left frustrated by Renault's renewed reliability problems, as the German explains the French works team...
Renault F1 team
The French team was established back in 1977 during the Grand Prix of England. Renault mainly produced engines for other teams in the 1980s. In 2002, Benetton was rebranded as Renault F1 Team. Renault became world champions in 2005 and 2006 in both championships due to Fernando Alonso. Lotus took over the French team prior to the 2012 season but withdrew from Formula 1 after 2015. Since 2016, Renault are back in Formula 1 as a works team.
|Team Name||Renault F1 team|
|Team Leader||Cyril Abiteboul|
|Technical Leader||Bob Bell|
Renault F1 team News
Ricciardo just happy to see chequered flag in China
Daniel Ricciardo has said he is thankful to have made it to the end of the Chinese Grand Prix after back-to-back DNF's to open his 2019 season with Renault.
Hulkenberg: Renault must sort reliability issues
Nico Hulkenberg has called on Renault to fix its reliability issues after the French team endured another miserable race weekend in China for the German.
It will take years for Renault to "bridge the gap" to the top three
After Daniel Ricciardo scored his first points of the season at the Chinese Grand Prix, Cyril Abiteboul has brought the Renault team back down...
Palmer: Mercedes pile the pressure on Ferrari
Former Formula 1 driver Jolyon Palmer believes "flawless" Mercedes piled the pressure on Ferrari with their third successive one-two finish in China last weekend.
Abiteboul insists strategy choice made Renault look weaker
Daniel Ricciardo scored his first Formula 1 points for Renault during Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix, but the team looked miles behind where they want to be.
Renault still need to improve despite Ricciardo finally scoring points
Daniel Ricciardo has insisted that Renault still have work to do following the Chinese Grand Prix but still feels the team can return to the...
Hülkenberg knows Renault have "things to work on" after another DNF
After another mechanical retirement, Renault's Nico Hülkenberg concedes him and his team have a lot of work to do ahead of the next race...
Renault suspect MGU-K issue for Hulkenberg
Renault have confirmed that Nico Hulkenberg's early retirement from the Chinese Grand Prix was down to another MGU-K failure, as the French-works...
Daniel Ricciardo: "There's a lot of work to do"
Daniel Ricciardo clinched his first points for Renault during the Chinese Grand Prix, but the Australian believes his new team still has a lot of work to do.
Hulkenberg: We're pushing for a double points finish!
Nico Hulkenberg believes himself and Renault F1 team-mate Daniel Ricciardo are "pushing" for a double points finish after a solid qualifying session in China.
Ricciardo: Renault needed a result like this after last weekend
Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo believes the French team needed a result like himself and team-mate Nico Hulkenberg starting seventh and eighth...
Daniel Ricciardo "seemed positive in the car" after first day of China
Renault had a reasonable day in the first practise sessions of the Chinese Grand Prix. Nico Hulkenberg finished FP1 in 12th and Fp2 in 5th and...
FP2 Summary - Valtteri Bottas tops the time sheet
Valtteri Bottas has topped FP2 as preparations for the Chinese Grand Prix continue. The Finn led for much of the session after setting a 1.33.330...
POLL: Who's going to win the Chinese Grand Prix?
This weekend is the third round of the Formula 1 season, the Chinese Grand Prix. A very technical circuit with long corners and a long straight...
Renault recruit Chinese development driver
Right in time for the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend, Renault have recruited a second Chinese development driver, Ye Yifei to its junior programme.
Watch: A long way to go for Renault
A double retirement in Bahrain, only one points finish so far this season, it looks as if Renault have gone backwards following last season's...
Renault explain why tyre management is vital in China
With the Chinese Grand Prix coming up this weekend, Renault head of performance Pierre Genon explains why tyre management is crucial in Shanghai...
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