What next for Renault’s F1 road to recovery in 2018?

Following the launch of its 2018 car, key figures from the Renault F1 team talk about how the season fits into the team’s plans to become a frontrunner once again.

F1 engine mapping – Chain Bear explains

Strat mode? Engine Magic? Chainbear gives us the run down on how engines are controlled and mapped in Formula 1 – and how these settings relate to power, efficiency and engine wear.

Inspiring the next generation of female F1 engineers

Promoted: Increasingly, automotive and motorsport organisations are enjoying greater gender diversity within their workforces, and initiatives such as International Women in Engineering Day 2019 (celebrated earlier this month) are encouraging more females to consider engineering as a career. Supporting this initiative, two female engineers have shared their story with the aim to inspire the next […]

The “bundle of factors” behind Hulkenberg’s Renault exit

Renault’s signing of Esteban Ocon has left Nico Hulkenberg currently without a seat in the Formula 1 merry-go-round for 2020. Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell look at the reasons behind Hulkenberg’s departure and what his future could now hold.

The tech behind Ferrari’s first F1 win in 2019

The F1 summer break is meant to provide some much needed downtime for teams and staff, but as usual, nothing stops the relentless push for performance. Ferrari were looking to make the most of a low drag set up to maximise their power advantage, with rear wing experimentation from Mercedes and Red Bull to try […]

Why it’s hard to believe Renault’s bold engine claims

Renault only has two teams on the Formula 1 grid in 2019, supplying McLaren alongside its own works effort. Is that a chance for it to develop away from the spotlight now it doesn’t have to keep Red Bull happy? Scott Mitchell and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to discuss the confident claims being made […]

The winners and losers from F1’s latest tech updates

The Spanish GP is always a big race for F1 car upgrades, and this year pretty much every team had new parts it had been working on in the early part of the year. But whose updates worked, and who took a step backwards? Jake-Boxall Legge and Ben Anderson join Glenn Freeman to highlight the […]

Renault reveals what's been holding it back in 2019

Renault has revealed several details behind its struggles in the early part of the 2019 Formula 1 season, explaining why its engine has been running below full power and why it hopes to turn around the performance of its chassis in time for its home race in France. Edd Straw and Jonathan Noble discuss what’s […]

Meet the INFINITI Engineering Academy Asia & Oceania 2017 winner

Renault F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg was on hand to announce the latest winner in the INFINITI Engineering Academy competition finals in Hong Kong

How reality is setting in for Ricciardo at Renault

Daniel Ricciardo hasn’t had the smoothest of starts to life outside of Red Bull in the 2019 Formula 1 season, with his new Renault team showing little sign of breaking clear of the midfield as was expected. Ricciardo has retired from both races and has faced a tough challenge from teammate Nico Hulkenberg, while Renault […]

Why Red Bull wants Renault's previous engine spec

The Autosport team discusses the prospect of Red Bull taking grid penalties at the Russian Grand Prix to give it access to a fresh Renault engine – but using the previous specification, rather than the latest Spec C it has been racing with. Edd Straw and Stuart Codling join Glenn Freeman to explain the reasons […]
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