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Carlos Sainz praised the atmosphere he had at McLaren in his time with the team, saying he “didn’t feel as liked or as wanted” in his time at Renault.
Christian Horner says that, under their former leadership, Renault were only in Formula 1 for marketing purposes.
Renault CEO Luca de Meo said there was lots of opposition to the company continuing in Formula 1, but he was determined to stay via Alpine.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner said he spoke with former Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul a few times in 2020 about their plans.
Renault are to make a “big push” with their engine for 2022, fast-tracking some of the improvements they had planned the following year before the development freeze.
Renault are looking into emulating Mercedes with a technical difference to the new engine they plan to introduce for 2022.
Ex-Renault team boss Flavio Briatore says Luca de Meo, the new Renault CEO, will provide “long-term” Formula 1 investment.
The sole engine manufacturer on the grid supplying just one team, Renault have reportedly made “contact” with Williams regarding a 2022 engine deal.
Daniel Ricciardo says he saw Renault blossom from a “timid environment” when he first joined them into a team regularly targeting the F1 podium.
Cyril Abiteboul has left Renault, with Laurent Rossi appointed as the Chief Executive Officer of the Alpine brand.
Renault’s chassis technical director Pat Fry has pinpointed the Spanish Grand Prix as the watershed moment in his team’s 2020 turnaround.
Suzuki has announced the departure of their MotoGP team manager, Davide Brivio, ahead of his imminent switch to the Alpine F1 team.
Renault technical chief Pat Fry says the scope which teams have to modify their challengers for 2021 is actually rather broad.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown thinks having two drivers performing at a high level was a key reason behind them finishing P3 in 2020.
Daniel Ricciardo said it is important to keep the memory of his nightmare Renault debut to see the progress they made.
Daniel Ricciardo said nothing about Renault’s strong results was a “fluke”, instead they were up there and “persisted”.
Cyril Abiteboul feels that, following Project Pitlane, teams should set aside time to work on other causes away from Formula 1.
Renault advisor Alain Prost said it would have been “easy” for the company to walk away from Formula 1 due to the pandemic.
Mark Webber thinks fellow compatriot Daniel Ricciardo “carried” the Renault team throughout the 2020 season.
Infiniti, the luxury car division of the Nissan brand, has announced it is ending its association with Formula 1 after a ten-year spell.
Renault think Fernando Alonso is at a disadvantage compared to other drivers as the pair reunite for the 2021 season.
Renault admit that they were expecting their junior drivers, especially in Formula 2, to perform better than they did in 2020.
Esteban Ocon loved seeing the Renault RS25 return to the track in Abu Dhabi, but doesn’t believe it should influence future Formula 1 cars.
We take a look at where it went right or wrong in the 2020 performances of the Formula 1 teams who finished between fourth and seventh.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Formula 1 needs to analyse what made the Renault RS25 “so attractive” in its demo run.
Daniel Ricciardo has reluctantly named himself the best driver of the 2020 season, realising he “sounds a little bit of a douche” in doing so.
Fernando Alonso revealed that setting the fastest time in the Abu Dhabi post-season test had “ignited the competitive spirit”.
Jerome Stoll, president of Renault Sport Racing since 2016 which incorporated the company’s return to F1, is to leave his role at the end of this year.
Fernando Alonso feels his day of running in the RS20 in Abu Dhabi may be “welcome” but it is “not very important”.
Fernando Alonso is back in Formula 1, the Spaniard taking to the Yas Marina circuit for the post-season Abu Dhabi test.