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 1977. In 1977, the company entered Formula One as a constructor, introducing the turbo engine to Formula One in its first car, the Renault RS01. In 1983, Renault began supplying engines to other teams. Although the Renault team won races and competed for world titles, it withdrew at the end of 1985. Renault continued supplying engines to other teams until 1986, then again from 1989 to 1997.

France Renault
Renault Sport Formula One Team logo.svg
Full name Renault Sport
Formula One Team
Base Enstone, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
(Chassis)
Viry-Châtillon, Essonne, France
(Engine)
Team principal(s) Carlos Ghosn
(Group Chairman and CEO)
Jérôme Stoll
(President)
Cyril Abiteboul
(Managing Director)
Technical director Bob Bell
(Chief Technical Officer)
Nick Chester
(Chassis Technical Director)
Rémi Taffin
(Engine Technical Director)
Website www.renaultsport.com
Previous name Lotus F1 Team
2017 FIA Formula One World Championship
Race drivers 27. Germany Nico Hülkenberg[1]
30. United Kingdom Jolyon Palmer[2]
55. Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.
Test drivers Russia Sergey Sirotkin[3]
Chassis R.S.17[4]
Engine Renault R.E.17[4]
Tyres Pirelli
2018 FIA Formula One World Championship
Race drivers 27. Germany Nico Hülkenberg[5]
55. Spain Carlos Sainz Jr.[6]
Test drivers TBA
Chassis TBA
Engine Renault
Tyres Pirelli
Formula One World Championship career
First entry 1977 British Grand Prix
Latest entry 2017 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Races entered 344 (341 starts)
Constructors'
Championships
2 (2005, 2006)
Drivers'
Championships
2 (2005, 2006)
Race victories 35
Points 1383
Pole positions 51
Fastest laps 31
2017 position 6th (57 pts)

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