Renault are showcasing eight Formula One cars at their Champs-Elysees showroom in Paris to celebrate their first championship win as a constructor. The cars include the 1983 Renault with which Alain Prost finished second in the World Driver’s championship, four championship-winning Renault-powered Williamses, a Michael Schumacher Benetton, and Fernando Alonso’s championship-winning car.
They also showcase the turbo technology they were famous for introducing to the sport in the seventies. But, sadly, no sign of the first car to win a Grand, also a Renault, the ‘Agatha’ from 1906.
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