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Renault are currently involved in Formula One as a constructor, under the name of Renault Sport Formula One Team. They have been associated with Formula One as both constructor and engine supplier for various periods since In , the company entered Formula One as a constructor, introducing the turbo engine to Formula One in its first car, the Renault RS In , Renault began supplying engines to other teams.

Although the Renault team won races and competed for world titles, it withdrew at the end of Renault continued supplying engines to other teams until , then again from to Renault returned to Formula One in when it acquired the Enstone -based Benetton Formula team formerly Toleman Motorsport. For the Formula One season the team competed under the name Lotus Renault GP but retained the Renault constructor name. Renault has also supplied engines to other teams, including Red Bull Racing — , Benetton Formula —, and Williams —, — It has collected over wins as engine supplier, ranking third in Formula One history.

Renault entered the last five races of with Jean-Pierre Jabouille in its only car. The Renault RS01 was well known for its Renault- Gordini V6 1.

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The first race the team, under the name Equipe Renault Elf, entered was the French Grand Prix , the ninth round of the season, but the car was not yet ready. The team missed the German and Austrian Grands Prix as the car was being improved after its British disappointment. They returned for the Dutch Grand Prix , and the qualifying performance was much improved as Jabouille qualified tenth. He had a poor start, but ran as high as sixth before the suspension failed on lap He ran outside the top 10 until his engine failed on lap 24, continuing their awful run of reliability.

Things improved at Watkins Glen for the United States Grand Prix as Jabouille qualified 14th, but the good pace from Zandvoort seemed to be gone as he once again ran outside the top 10 before retiring with yet another reliability problem, this time the alternator, on lap Jabouille failed to qualify in Canada ; as 27 drivers entered the race, only one would not qualify, and this was Jabouille as he ended up last, over 7. After this, Renault did not travel to the season finale in Japan. The following year was hardly better, characterised by four consecutive retirements caused by blown engines, but near the end of the year the team showed signs of success.

Twice, the RS01 qualified 3rd on the grid and while finishing was still something of an issue, it managed to finish its first race on the lead lap at Watkins Glen near the end of , giving the team a fourth-place finish and its first Formula One points. The team did not enter the first two races of , in Argentina and Brazil , but returned for the South African Grand Prix at Kyalami.

He dropped out of the points early in the race before retiring with electrical problems on lap At Long Beach , Jabouille qualified 13th, but retired as the turbo failed again on lap By mid-season, both drivers had a new ground-effect car, the RS10, and at Dijon for the French Grand Prix the team legitimised itself with a brilliant performance in a classic race. The two Renaults were on the front row in qualifying, and pole-sitter Jabouille won the race, the first driver in a turbo-charged car to do so, while Arnoux and Gilles Villeneuve were involved in an extremely competitive duel for second, Arnoux narrowly getting beaten to the line.

While Jabouille ran into hard times after that race, Arnoux finished a career-high second at Silverstone in the following race and then repeated that at the Glen, proving it was not a fluke. Arnoux furthered this in with consecutive wins in Brazil and South Africa , both on high altitude circuits where the Renaults were dominant. Jabouille continued to have problems with retirements, but in his only points finish he emerged victorious in Austria.

At the end of the year Jabouille crashed heavily at the Canadian GP and suffered serious leg injuries, which effectively ended his career as a Grand Prix driver. Alain Prost was signed up for Prost won nine races with the team while Arnoux added two more in Arnoux left for rival Ferrari after and was replaced by American Eddie Cheever. After the end of the season, a rival fuel company said that the fuel used by the Brabham-BMWs in South Africa had exceeded the maximum Research Octane Number of permitted under the Formula One regulations.

BMW said that this was incorrect and FISA released a dossier supporting their stance. He subsequently joined McLaren , while Cheever left to join Alfa Romeo. The team turned to Frenchman Patrick Tambay who had left Ferrari and Englishman Derek Warwick formerly of Toleman to bring them back to prominence. Despite a few good results, including Tambay giving the team its last pole position at the French Grand Prix at Dijon, the team was not as competitive in and as in the past, with other teams doing a better job with turbo engines, or more specifically Lotus and to a lesser extent Ligier.

The history of the team acquired by Renault started in as the Toleman Motorsport team, based in Witney , Oxfordshire, England. In the team was renamed to Benetton Formula , following its purchase in by the Benetton family. Renault continued to use the Benetton constructor name for the and the seasons. When reporting the purchase the International Herald Tribune commented that "the team will not race under the Renault name until it is ready to win and reap the marketing benefits".

In , Benetton was rebranded as Renault F1 and contested the season with drivers Jarno Trulli and Jenson Button who scored 23 points during the season.

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Despite outscoring his teammate during , Button was dropped by Renault in Alonso won the Hungarian Grand Prix , the first time Renault had won a Grand Prix since the Austrian Grand Prix. This eventually proved too unreliable and heavy, so Renault returned to a more conventional development route.

Commentators regularly point to the French Grand Prix as the final straw for Briatore, where Trulli was overtaken by Rubens Barrichello in the final stages of the last lap, costing Renault a double podium finish at their home Grand Prix. He subsequently announced he was joining Toyota for the following year and in fact left Renault early, driving the Toyota in the last two races of the season. He took advantage of a rain-affected qualifying session to win the first race of the season, the Australian Grand Prix.

Meanwhile, Fisichella failed to finish several races. It was the first time Renault had won the title as a manufacturer, and Renault became only the second French constructor after the triumph of Matra in to win the title. Fernando Alonso and Giancarlo Fisichella were retained for , while test driver Franck Montagny was replaced by Heikki Kovalainen. Alonso took two more second places, and then wins at his home grand prix in Spain , and at the Monaco Grand Prix.

Fisichella took 8th, 6th and 3rd-place finishes in the San Marino Grand Prix , European Grand Prix and the Spanish Grand Prix. The team celebrated its th Grand Prix at Silverstone, which was won by Alonso. As the season progressed to its North American stint, Alonso won the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, Canada.

S Grand Prix , Ferrari had a distinct performance advantage over the whole weekend. However, Renault were the fastest of all the Michelin runners. Fisichella finished 3rd, while Alonso finished 5th. At the French Grand Prix , Renault were expected to be faster than Ferrari, but Ferrari again had the advantage.

Alonso ran third for most of the race, unable to challenge the Ferraris of Schumacher and Massa. However, a tactical switch to a two stop strategy enabled him to pass Massa and finish second. On 21 July the FIA banned the use of mass damper systems, developed and first used by Renault and subsequently used by 7 other teams, including Ferrari. This was particularly effective in corners and over kerbs to keep the tyres in closer contact to the track surface than they would otherwise be. The FIA announced its intention to appeal that decision and Renault announced they would not race with the system for fear of retrospective punishment if the appeal was upheld.

The FIA International Court of Appeal met in Paris on 22 August , to examine the appeal made by the FIA against the decision of the German Grand Prix stewards. The Court ruled that use of the device known as a Tuned Mass Damper is an infringement of Article 3.

On 16 October , Renault announced that the Dutch banking giant ING would replace Mild Seven as title sponsor for three years starting in Renault confirmed Giancarlo Fisichella and Heikki Kovalainen as their race drivers for with Nelson Piquet Jr. The car for , the R27 , was unveiled on 24 January in Amsterdam, and bore a new yellow, blue, orange and white livery in deference to the corporate colours of ING, the Dutch financial group based in Amsterdam.

Renault engines were also supplied to the Red Bull Racing team for the season. Renault struggled in comparison to their form in previous seasons in Australia , with Giancarlo Fisichella finishing the race in 5th place. Results did not improve until the start of the European season, although both drivers finished in the points in the next race at Malaysia. Heikki Kovalainen struggled in Bahrain too, although the gap between himself and Fisichella at the end of the race was not as great as was seen at Melbourne, with Fisichella finishing only 8th.

On 8 November the FIA accused Renault F1 of having McLaren F1 technical information in their possession. The hearing on this matter took place in Monaco on 6 December The FIA found Renault F1 in breach of article c but did not penalise the team. It was announced on 10 December that Fernando Alonso had signed with Renault F1 for Alonso drove alongside promoted test driver Nelson Piquet Jr.

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The team started in a similar manner as the year before; Fernando Alonso managed to garner fourth at the opening Australian Grand Prix as a result of a mistake from previous Renault employee Heikki Kovalainen. However, form was still short of by a large degree over the first half of the season. The team brought new parts to the Spanish Grand Prix , including a new engine-cover, dubbed the "Shark-fin", similar to the one introduced by Red Bull on their RB4.

Alonso managed to qualify on the front row for that race on a light fuel-load, yet retired with an engine-failure halfway through. Both cars retired at the Canadian Grand Prix and Nelson Piquet Jr. Both drivers scored at the Hungarian Grand Prix although they failed to pick up anything at Valencia two weeks later.

Two fourth places for Alonso in Belgium and Italy were a prelude to the Singapore Grand Prix , in which Alonso profited from the early crash of his teammate later revealed to be a deliberate crash to aid the Spaniard. This victory made Alonso and Renault the first ever winners of a Formula One race held under floodlights. Renault entered the season with high hopes of challenging for both world titles. Although Alonso managed four points finishes in the first six races, it was soon clear that this target was unrealistic.

By mid-season it appeared as though Renault were making progress, with Alonso setting the fastest lap in Germany and securing pole position in Hungary , albeit on a light fuel load. However, Alonso was forced to retire early in Hungary due to a fuel pump failure, after a front wheel came loose as it was incorrectly fitted at his first pit-stop.

At Belgium Alonso again looked like scoring a podium for the team, but had to retire with another problem with one of his wheels which was damaged as a result of a first-lap clash with Adrian Sutil. Piquet performed poorly in the first half of the season and was replaced by Romain Grosjean for the last third of the season.

Neither Piquet nor Grosjean managed to score a point. A podium in Singapore was little consolation in what had been a frustrating and controversial season for the team. Piquet had described the season as "the worst period of my career" and had criticised team boss Flavio Briatore. After his first podium of the year in Singapore, Fernando Alonso confirmed that he would be leaving Renault, moving to Scuderia Ferrari starting in and ending in Alonso stated he would end his career at the Italian giant, so it is unlikely he will return to the French team.

Alonso was replaced by Polish driver Robert Kubica. During the season, the actions of Renault F1 during the season were examined over alleged race fixing. The issue surrounded Nelson Piquet Jr. Initially, Renault and Briatore stated they would take legal action against Piquet Jr.

FIA stated that Renault would have likely been thrown out of Formula One if it had not taken swift action in pushing out Briatore and Symonds. At the same meeting, Briatore was banned from FIA events for life, while Symonds was slapped with a five-year ban. The bans on Briatore and Symonds were subsequently overturned by a French court in FIA, Briatore and Symonds reached a settlement that allowed Briatore and Symonds to return to FIA in and to Formula One in In , Renault sold a majority stake in the team to Genii Capital , a Luxembourg based investment company.

Red Bull Racing confirmed they would be using Renault engines for On 5 January, Eric Boullier was announced as the new team principal at Renault, replacing Bob Bell , who would return to his former role as Technical Director. At the opening round in Bahrain , Petrov retired with broken suspension while in the pit lane on lap 14, and Kubica finished in eleventh place.

Kubica took his first podium with the team, with a second-place finish in Australia. Petrov retired from the race, after spinning off the circuit. Kubica finished the next 3 races in the points, a 4th place in Malaysia , 5th place in Shanghai , and 8th place in Barcelona. Petrov meanwhile scored his first points in Formula 1 in China with his 7th place, it could have been more, but he spun off whilst in fourth, yet he still recovered to bring some points home.

Petrov retired in the closing laps of the race, but was still classified 13th. Vitaly Petrov was out-qualified and out-raced by Robert Kubica at almost every race. However, Petrov did find considerable form at the Hungarian Grand Prix when he out-qualified Kubica for the first time and finished the race 5th. However, in Belgium , Petrov made a mistake that ended with a crash in the first session of qualifying when he explored the kerbs at Liege corner, claiming he was testing to see how wet they were and if they were usable on his flying lap.

However, he went on to finish ninth, resulting in three consecutive points finishes in a row. The Renault chassis name continued to be used, with Renault branding featuring in the new black and gold livery that was last used when Renault and Lotus joined forces in the s. During , the team raced against another team that was using the Lotus name. The team which raced in the season as Lotus Racing using a licence from Group Lotus which was later terminated by Group Lotus rebranded itself as "Team Lotus" for the season after purchasing the privately owned rights to the historic name.

Group Lotus had yet to purchase a stake in the team, but had an option to do so by the end of On 6 February , Robert Kubica was severely injured in an accident during a rally in Italy. The team started the season strongly at the Australian Grand Prix , with Petrov taking his first podium in Formula One, finishing third, and Heidfeld finished twelfth with a damaged car. Heidfeld finished ninth in Spain after missing qualifying due to a fire in practice, while Petrov finished just outside the points in eleventh place.

Heidfeld scored more points in Monaco with eighth place, while Petrov retired after being caught up in an accident involving several other cars. The team endured a difficult weekend in Valencia, as Heidfeld scored a single point for tenth place and Petrov finished 15th. New restrictions over the use of off-throttle blown diffusers were introduced for the British Grand Prix , and the team was badly affected having designed their car around the system.

Heidfeld managed 8th place in the race, with Petrov 12th. Heidfeld was replaced by Bruno Senna for the Belgian Grand Prix in August. During the season, the team would be known as the Lotus F1 Team. On 28 September Renault Sport F1 announced that a letter of intent between Renault Group and Gravity Motorsports which is owned by Genii Capital had been signed and over the following weeks a takeover transaction would be discussed for the Lotus F1 Team which was previously owned by Renault until in hopes that the team would compete in the Formula One season as Renault Sport Formula One Team.

On 3 December Renault announced that they had purchased the Lotus F1 Team and were preparing for the Formula One season with further information to be released in early On 3 February , Renault unveiled the testing livery for their car, the Renault R.

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That year, Renault also began supplying engines to the Ligier team, [51] which scored three points in , an improvement over not being classified in the championship. Ayrton Senna joined Team Lotus in and the combination of his talent and the fast, but fuel-inefficient Lotus 97T gained eight pole positions and three wins two to Senna, one to de Angelis , but unreliability prevented a sustained attempt at either title.

The Tyrrell team started using the Renault engine from the seventh grand prix of the year, while Ligier gained three podiums in the Ligier JS More pole positions and two wins for the Brazilian followed with the Lotus 98T , but the car followed similar problems as its predecessor with reliability problems and poor fuel consumption. This saw to it that Lotus could not sustain a season long challenge to leading teams McLaren and Williams.

After the season the Renault works team ended participation in Formula One, but continued as an engine supplier for Ligier , Tyrrell and Lotus. Renault Sport stopped its engine program at the end of the year, having scored 19 pole positions and 5 Grand Prix victories with customer teams. Renault returned as a Formula One engine supplier in with the banning of turbocharged engines, in partnership with the Williams team.

The Viry factory produced the first pneumatic valved 3. Hill was 37 points behind Championship leader Michael Schumacher by the French Grand Prix , but had managed to close the gap down to 1 point before the last race in Adelaide.

In engine regulations reduced maximum engine displacement to three litres, with Renault adapting the RS7, making it lighter and featuring a fly-by-wire throttle. Schumacher and other Benetton staff left for Ferrari in , and the team finished in third position for both years. Renault left the F1 again at the end of , and evolutions of its last engine, the RS9, were still used by many teams during the following seasons.

Red Bull were a midfield team during the first two years of the partnership, before a change in regulations for the season allowed Red Bull to claim their first victory at the Chinese Grand Prix. In , Vettel and Red Bull won both championships, making it the ninth title for a Renault engine, and the first for the RS Vettel held the championship lead from the first race in Australia , and finished in first or second position in each grand prix until his home race at Germany, where he ended in fourth. He then resumed his podium run, with the exception of one retirement, until the end of the season, while Webber finished behind until the final two races.

At the Monaco Grand Prix , Scuderia Toro Rosso announced a contract with Renault for the period — During the early tests in Jerez the new Renault engines showed problems with both the turbo unit and the energy recovery systems. In , Red Bull unilaterally terminated their contract for with Renault, alleging lack of performance from the Renault Energy F compared to rivals.

In , the Renault power units used by Red Bull would be badged as TAG Heuer. During , Red Bull GmbH renewed their contract for a further two years for Red Bull Racing. They also announced that Scuderia Toro Rosso would also return to Renault power from However, the contract still gives Red Bull the option to badge their engines as they wish, with Christian Horner stating that Red Bull Racing would continue with the TAG Heuer badging.

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