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Jolyon Palmer insists he is not worried about Esteban Ocon replacing him at Renault in 2017 but his future in F1 remains unclear.
Renault Sport president Jerome Stoll has confirmed the F1 team are tweaking their management structure.
Renault's Jolyon Palmer says his first year in F1 remains "a dream come true" despite the team struggling at the wrong end of the grid.
Kevin Magnussen was ruled out of Canadian GP qualifying after crashing his Renault into the Turn Seven barriers in P3.
See how Jolyon Palmer, Kimi Raikkonen, Max Verstappen and the warring Sauber drivers all crashed out in Monaco.
Red Bull will continue to run Renault engines until 2018 after striking a new two-year deal with their long-time partner
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.
A team-by-team guide for the upgrades, new parts and improvements being introduced this weekend in Barcelona.
Who might the F1 teams turn to next for their F1 star? We look at who is signed to each squad.
Renault will evaluate their B-spec power unit during the two day test which follows the Spanish GP.
Jolyon Palmer says there is always pressure in Formula 1 but is confident he can improve after a mixed start to 2016.
Sergey Sirotkin has joined Renault as their test driver and will make his debut for the team during Practice One in Russia.
Who starred in the Shanghai sunshine and who wilted under the pressure?
F1 teams' rare show of unity ensured they won the 'power battle' over qualifying, according to the British press.
Christian Horner says Red Bull's relationship with Renault is "much improved" and the French firm's "desire and impetus is back".
Renault's Jolyon Palmer admits they are surprised by McLaren's pace in Bahrain having set their sights on beating them.
Red Bull? Ferrari? Which of the 2016's grids 11 cars is the best looking? Have your say in our interactive vote.
Ferrari and Mercedes have gone in very different directions with their tyre selections for the Bahrain GP.
Ferrari have spent the most tokens developing their engine over the winter, and Renault the fewest, the FIA has confirmed.
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