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Formula 1 has a new look and a host of new colours for the new season. Come and take a look at the 2017 chargers...
Jolyon Palmer has agreed with his management's claims that Renault's RS17 can be Formula 1's fifth fastest car this season.
Renault have revealed their new RS17 car as they target a jump to fifth in the Constructors' Championship in 2017.
Watch the footage as the Renault team revealed their new car, the RS17, for the upcoming 2017 season at an event in London.
Formula 1's new look and new era will be unveiled next week with a raft of car launches. So what sort of future awaits F1?
Jolyon Palmer believes Renault are better placed to enjoy a more competitive Formula 1 season despite management changes.
F1's fuel battleground has produced another development after Renault signed a new deal with BP and Castrol for 2017.
New Haas driver Kevin Magnussen has rejected criticism of him made by his old Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul.
Renault were 'complacent' with their engine development but can catch up to Mercedes by 2018, according to Cyril Abiteboul.
Frederic Vasseur has left his post as Renault's Formula 1 team principal after just one season at the helm.
Kevin Magnussen has agreed a multi-year deal to join Haas where he will partner Romain Grosjean.
Kevin Magnussen says a lack of long-term commitment from Renault triggered his departure, with a Haas deal now imminent.
Jolyon Palmer will remain at Renault for the 2017 F1 season alongside Nico Hulkenberg with Kevin Magnussen set to move to Haas.
Nico Hulkenberg's decision to leave Force India for struggling Renault is a gamble worth taking, according to this week's F1 Report.
Nico Hulkenberg has been confirmed as a Renault driver for 2017 and will leave Force India at the end of the season.
Jolyon Palmer has promised Renault a more "complete" driver if the French outfit choose to retain him for a second season.
Practice 1 at the Malaysia GP had to be red flagged after Kevin Magnussen's Renault dramatically burst into flames in the pitlane.
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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