Mark Hughes assesses Renault's driver plans for 2017 and the importance of making the right impression at just the right time...
Jolyon Palmer and Kevin Magnussen face a potential shoot-out over the final seven races this year to claim a seat at Renault for 2017.
Renault's chances of landing their reputed targets are fading as the final pieces of the 2017 driver market fall into place.
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Renault are keen to announce their 2017 driver line-up this month and have several different options to consider.
Kevin Magnussen has been passed fit to race in the Italian GP following his high-speed crash at Spa on Sunday.
Renault's Kevin Magnussen has escaped relatively unscathed from a huge crash in Sunday's Belgian GP.
Kevin Magnussen confident of 2017 Renault seat, believing the squad are looking for a "fast driver who can lead the team".
Many team principals have claimed they have the most talented Formula 1 driver at their disposal - but what do you think? Have your say!
Who have starred and who have struggled so far in 2016? Sky F1's Mark Hughes reviews all 22 drivers' form so far this season.
Kevin Magnussen was ruled out of Canadian GP qualifying after crashing his Renault into the Turn Seven barriers in P3.
Kevin Magnussen has admitted there can be no hiding place for Renault in comparisons with customers Red Bull.
Kevin Magnussen admits his axing by McLaren was tough to take but is grateful to be in a "better place" with Renault.
Renault will evaluate their B-spec power unit during the two day test which follows the Spanish GP.
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The majority of F1's drivers met for a meal in Shanghai ahead of the Chinese GP - but how did they split the final bill?
Ferrari and Mercedes have gone in very different directions with their tyre selections for the Bahrain GP.
Renault have unveiled their definitive colour scheme for the 2016 season bringing yellow back to the grid.
Renault return to F1 as a works team having toyed with the idea of leaving altogether, but can they justify the investment?
Jolyon Palmer believes Renault's new racing director Frederic Vasseur will help both he and Kevin Magnussen develop as drivers.
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