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Daniel Ricciardo claims he was in limbo over whether to give Red Bull another year or to jump ship to Renault.
Thierry Koskas has left his role as the boss of Renault F1 before even starting.
Honda have set their sights on having the third most powerful engine on the grid for the season opener at the Australian Grand Prix in March.
Daniel Ricciardo is well aware of the threat posed by team-mate Nico Hulkenberg as the pair prepare to do battle at Renault in 2019.
Failing to obliterate the gap to Formula 1’s top three teams, Renault’s executive director Marcin Budkowski says their 2018 progress was “inherently worse” than 2017’s.
New Sky Sports pundit, Karun Chandhok, believes ‘A-lister’ Daniel Ricciardo has joined Renault a year too early as the Enstone team continues on its development path.
Expecting a budget cap in 2021, Cyril Abiteboul says Renault will not bolster their staff numbers only to retrench in two years.
Romain Grosjean has warned Renault that Haas have them in their sights for the 2019 season.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has said the staff reaction to signing Daniel Ricciardo reminded him of the title celebrations with Fernando Alonso in 2005 and 2006.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul has claimed the gains the team are making over the winter period are the biggest they have ever experienced.
Nico Hulkenberg is hoping Daniel Ricciardo will dish out all the gossip from his time at Red Bull as Renault attempt to try and break the top three.
Daniel Ricciardo believes his former teammate Max Verstappen possesses “potential greatness”.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has said he will not miss his former teammate Daniel Ricciardo, but the Aussie will miss what the Austrian team gave him.
Daniel Ricciardo believes Mercedes may have been playing games with him, hence why he signed for Renault from 2019 rather than the Silver Arrows.
Daniel Ricciardo hopes to take Renault to the “next level” after signing a two-year deal with the Enstone outfit.
Former F1 driver Mark Webber is still worried about his compatriots decision to move from Red Bull to Renault for the 2019 season and beyond.
The off-season war of words between former partners Renault and Red Bull is showing no signs of stopping…
Carlos Sainz has reflected on a “bittersweet” year with Renault, where he feels his points total does not do him justice.
Renault are the latest team to reveal the date for their 2019 car launch: February 12.
The slanging match between Red Bull and Renault has continued with Christian Horner critical of the Enstone team’s management.
Red Bull’s motorsport advisor, Dr Helmut Marko, has said Renault’s budget was never going to be enough for them to compete with Mercedes and Ferrari.
Renault have said that “small steps” are being made in their target of having a junior driver on the grid in 2021.
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted that trying to predict how well the Renault team will do in 2019 is difficult.
Nico Hulkenberg has said that Renault must make another “big step” to start closing in on the top three teams.
Carlos Sainz Jr has admitted that he was unhappy with the amount of points he scored this year, believing he deserved more.
Renault team principal, Cyril Abiteboul, has revealed just how far behind the Enstone team are with their engine power compared to the big teams.
Renault’s chances of achieving third place in next year’s championship could depend on how good that Honda engine that will power Red Bull really is.
Daniel Ricciardo says “someone said no” to his move to Ferrari and while he’s not exactly sure who it was, he has an idea.
Although Daniel Ricciardo is just “moving next door”, his Red Bull farewell has at times sounded like a retirement leaving the Aussie to realise he is not ready for that.