The return of Bob Bell from Mercedes must rank as the most significant development of Renault’s comeback to Formula One.
Frederic Vasseur, Renault’s new team boss, may have no prior experience at the sport’s top flight but he has an enviable record outside it.
Renault is describing its return to F1 in 2016 as a “transition” and does not expect to be competing for podiums for at least three years.
Renault has appointed former ART team boss Frederic Vasseur to head up its Formula One team as the French manufacturer makes its return to the sport.
Renault is back for a third crack at F1 as a full works team. Compare the designs of all its cars over the last four decades.
Renault has revealed its interim 2016 F1 car livery. The RS16 is based on last year’s Lotus as it plans to make an early start on its 2017 design.
Williams has hired long-time McLaren tester Gary Paffett to be its new simulator driver.
Force India has appointed Russian 16-year-old Nikita Mazepin as a development driver.
The first Formula One car from new team Haas will break cover when F1 testing begins on February 22nd at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Sauber will not run its new C35 Formula One car until the second and final pre-season test, the team has confirmed.
McLaren has hired Jost Capito to be the new chief executive officer of its racing arm.
Lewis Hamilton says it would be better for Formula One if more drivers would reveal their true personalities instead of acting like “squares”.
Ferrari bounced back from a win-less 2014 to take a trio of victories -each one courtesy of their newest driver.
Renault has confirmed it has formally completed its takeover of the Lotus Formula One team.
Despite lacking the budget of the top teams, Williams consolidated their status as F1’s top privateers by holding on to third place in the championship.
“Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser” seemed to be Red Bull’s team motto in 2015.
Force India sealed their best ever result of fifth in the championship thanks to their mid-season upgrade for the VJM08.
Beleaguered Lotus staggered through the second half of 2015, somehow scored a podium finish, and were saved by Renault.
Sauber swiftly banished the demons of last year by scoring points i the first race of 2015. But that proved the high-point of their season.
McLaren’s early-season optimism that they would make substantial gains with their Honda power unit during the year was unfounded.