Renault Sport
Formula One

Our F1 programme forms the core of Renault Sport Racing, our new entity encompassing all our motorsport activities, from Formula E to Formula Renault 2.0 and including customer racing programmes.

Nico Hülkenberg joins Renault Sport Formula One Team with an impressive racing career ahead of his eye-opening Formula 1 debut in 2010, with championship titles secured in Formula BMW, A1GP and the GP2 Series. Nico also achieved a pole position in his rookie F1 season and won at Le Mans on his debut, with Porsche in 2015.

Jolyon Palmer comes into 2017 after a successful rookie year in Formula 1 where he showed strong performance over the course of the season to be retained with the squad. A strong work ethic allied to a robust approach to his racing means Jolyon certainly should be one to watch as he harnesses the extra performance of the R.S.17.

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    Nico Hülkenberg
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    Jolyon Palmer

Renault R.S.17

Our 2017 challenger will use the R.S.17 chassis developed and produced at the Renault Sport Formula One base in Enstone, UK.