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Offline RED21  
#1 Posted : 18 December 2018 22:02:38(UTC)
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https://www.autosport.co...to-end-after-2019-season

There is only one question, Why?

Marketing regarding out going model & the new Clio V
Is it going to be replaced with another championship like Alpine A110 (to costly) yet to be annouced

Or is it just a natural end as stated?

To many question with no answers

Edited by user 18 December 2018 22:04:26(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline fastdave  
#2 Posted : 19 December 2018 12:19:03(UTC)
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That's a shame.

It would seem Renault, after the departure of Jeremy, have given up on the UK in terms of the RS product.
Offline Buffalo Girls  
#3 Posted : 19 December 2018 20:39:37(UTC)
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What a great shame
Offline RED21  
#4 Posted : 22 June 2019 21:06:37(UTC)
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Well could there be some more fun in 2020
https://media.group.rena...o-cup-clio-rally-clio-rx
Offline eastlmark  
#5 Posted : 24 June 2019 13:00:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: RED21 Go to Quoted Post
Well could there be some more fun in 2020
https://media.group.rena...o-cup-clio-rally-clio-rx



that looks pretty underwhelming.... 1.3 engine really? Maybe Ruk made a good decision.
Offline RED21  
#6 Posted : 24 June 2019 20:25:34(UTC)
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Yes,1.3 does sound a bit lacking in the power department, but apparently the new 1.3 is very responsive to upgrades and it is possible to get very near the 200 mark.
Offline Buffalo Girls  
#7 Posted : 25 June 2019 20:16:21(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: RED21 Go to Quoted Post
Yes,1.3 does sound a bit lacking in the power department, but apparently the new 1.3 is very responsive to upgrades and it is possible to get very near the 200 mark.


If it was possible, you’d have thought that they would have made the race car produce that
Offline Buffalo Girls  
#8 Posted : 25 June 2019 20:17:25(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: eastlmark Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: RED21 Go to Quoted Post
Well could there be some more fun in 2020
https://media.group.rena...o-cup-clio-rally-clio-rx



that looks pretty underwhelming.... 1.3 engine really? Maybe Ruk made a good decision.


That can only mean no Clio 5 RS
Offline RED21  
#9 Posted : 21 July 2019 07:23:38(UTC)
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According to Motorsport news, Renault Sport are looking into the possibility of running the new Clio in the UK but not part of the BTCC package.
At present they are gauging interest.
Offline RED21  
#10 Posted : 14 September 2019 16:44:08(UTC)
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Offline foxspeed  
#11 Posted : 14 September 2019 16:55:11(UTC)
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some good news then!

putting the renault/merc engine to good use Tongue
Offline RED21  
#12 Posted : 14 September 2019 19:50:18(UTC)
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Location: New Forest

My prediction for the future of a Clio RS now that a championship in the UK has been announced, is that over the next couple of years the other championships around the globe will adopt the 1.3 turbo variant which will eventually evolve in to more powerful machinery with the aid of hybrid assist technology as & when the road car evolves then becoming a full on EV championship by 2025/2026 which by then the Clio name would have been dropped from the product range after 30 years

Ultimo championship any one?
Offline Black225  
#13 Posted : 14 September 2019 19:59:19(UTC)
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At least they're not using a diesel engine.Disapprove
User is suspended until 23/03/2021 12:56:12(UTC) MrRS  
#14 Posted : 16 September 2019 15:36:24(UTC)
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Good to see. As it’s a one make series the engine power is fairly irrelevant as everyone has the same. The chassis set up, support and driving talent will decide the front runners.
Offline eastlmark  
#15 Posted : 22 September 2019 16:24:17(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: MrRS Go to Quoted Post
Good to see. As it’s a one make series the engine power is fairly irrelevant as everyone has the same. The chassis set up, support and driving talent will decide the front runners.


Good if it reverts back to the old Renault series which clubbers and drivers competed in for fun rather than the well heeled youngsters with Touring Car aspirations that it became in the past few years.
Only down side is the cars lack of power means their sell on value wont be so great as they will only be any use in the one make series unlike the past 2 generations which were quick race cars in their own right that could be competitive in other series.
Note that Renault UK are not supporting this new series though.

Offline Buffalo Girls  
#16 Posted : 22 September 2019 19:49:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: eastlmark Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: MrRS Go to Quoted Post
Good to see. As it’s a one make series the engine power is fairly irrelevant as everyone has the same. The chassis set up, support and driving talent will decide the front runners.


Good if it reverts back to the old Renault series which clubbers and drivers competed in for fun rather than the well heeled youngsters with Touring Car aspirations that it became in the past few years.
Only down side is the cars lack of power means their sell on value wont be so great as they will only be any use in the one make series unlike the past 2 generations which were quick race cars in their own right that could be competitive in other series.
Note that Renault UK are not supporting this new series though.


Are they not? Have they said that?
Offline eastlmark  
#17 Posted : 24 September 2019 18:16:39(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Buffalo Girls Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: eastlmark Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: MrRS Go to Quoted Post
Good to see. As it’s a one make series the engine power is fairly irrelevant as everyone has the same. The chassis set up, support and driving talent will decide the front runners.


Good if it reverts back to the old Renault series which clubbers and drivers competed in for fun rather than the well heeled youngsters with Touring Car aspirations that it became in the past few years.
Only down side is the cars lack of power means their sell on value wont be so great as they will only be any use in the one make series unlike the past 2 generations which were quick race cars in their own right that could be competitive in other series.
Note that Renault UK are not supporting this new series though.


Are they not? Have they said that?


https://www.autosport.co...n-uk-after-all-next-year
Offline Buffalo Girls  
#18 Posted : 24 September 2019 18:43:50(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: eastlmark Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Buffalo Girls Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: eastlmark Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: MrRS Go to Quoted Post
Good to see. As it’s a one make series the engine power is fairly irrelevant as everyone has the same. The chassis set up, support and driving talent will decide the front runners.


Good if it reverts back to the old Renault series which clubbers and drivers competed in for fun rather than the well heeled youngsters with Touring Car aspirations that it became in the past few years.
Only down side is the cars lack of power means their sell on value wont be so great as they will only be any use in the one make series unlike the past 2 generations which were quick race cars in their own right that could be competitive in other series.
Note that Renault UK are not supporting this new series though.


Are they not? Have they said that?


https://www.autosport.co...n-uk-after-all-next-year


Thanks, amazing!
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