In an interview with Automotive News Europe , Jerome Stoll, president of Renault Sport Racing stated that Alpine is set to become a global brand and not one that will be limited to Europe only. Despite Alpine's absence for over two decades, Stoll ... Paultan.org, 1 week ago
Mar.15 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Renault is apparently not having to spend much more on its formula one programme despite returning to full works status in 2016. As well as supplying Red Bull once again this year, the French carmaker acquired the ...Inautonews, 1 month ago
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says this is an important week for Formula 1 with the 2017 regulation deadline fast approaching. The original deadline of February 29 was pushed back to April 30, this Saturday, as lengthy talks took place ...Automnews.com, 5 days ago
With just four days to go until the first Formula One race of 2016, we take a look at each team and its likely prospects for the year ahead. MERCEDES (1st last season) All-conquering German Formula One master. Head and shoulders above the chasing ...IOL, 1 month ago F1 2016: the teams and their prospects IOL, 1 month ago FERRARI NV : On the grid, top to bottom 4 Traders, 1 month ago Movers and shakers Gulf Times, 1 month ago
Mar.16 (GMM/Inautonews.com) Renault is set to unveil an all-yellow race livery for 2016. As recently as this week, even though the wraps will come off the Melbourne car on Wednesday, the carmaker's Jerome Stoll was giving nothing away. In ...Inautonews, 1 month ago
Renault will make a fully-fledged return to F1 this year, having bought back the team it sold in various stages from 2010. It has rebranded the Lotus marque -- one of the sport's most famous names -- and on Wednesday unveiled a black team livery ...CNN, 1 month ago
'In Flavio Briatore, we had a fantastic manager but he was to a certain degree taking too much space' IMAGE: Flavio Briatore, his wife Elisabetta Gregoraci and their son Falco Nathan attend the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit de Monaco. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images Formula One has lost another of its principals. Renault, returning as a constructor after buying back the team they sold in 2009, this week followed McLaren and reigning world champions Mercedes in doing away with ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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