Dear Renault Sport Fan!

We’re writing to inform you that we will be moving all our Renault Sport cars and motorsport content on the renaultsport.co.uk across to our main website, renault.co.uk, on 31 March 2020. From then on, you’ll be able to find all things Renault in one place.

The Forum and Ask The Expert features will not move across to the new website. These have been popular destinations for Renault Sport fans over the years and we are proud to have been a leader in terms of providing ways for our most passionate customers to discuss all things Renault Sport – with us and with each other. The growth in social media in recent years has provided multiple new ways for fans to share and discuss all things R.S. and we would love to hear from you on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Should you have any queries about your Renault vehicle, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you.

The Renault UK Website Team


Eurocup title glory for Briton Max Fewtrell!

Max Fewtrell has become the third British driver in four years to win the Formula Renault Eurocup title.
  • Fewtrell 01.jpg
  • Fewtrell 03.jpg
  • Fewtrell 02.jpg

A pair of fourth place finishes in the season’s final two rounds, held at Spain’s Barcelona F1 circuit (21 Oct), were more than enough for the Birmingham driver to lift the title.

The results followed victories in both the previous rounds at another F1 track, Hockenheim in Germany, which had taken him past main rival Christian Lundgaard of Denmark. 

These in fact made it three in a row for 19-year-old Max after he’d won the previous race at the nearby Nurburgring.

In total he has ended the season with six wins and a further six podium results from 20 rounds for his team, R-ace GP. 

Furthermore, he joins an illustrious list of drivers to have been crowned Champion of Renault Sport’s FRenault Eurocup crown. Many have gone on to compete in Formula 1.

Notably the winners in 2016 and 2017 were two other Britons, Jack Aitken and Llando Norris (now confirmed as a McLaren F1 driver for 2019).

Max, a member of Renault Sport’s exclusive young driver Academy, said: “I am at a loss for words… what a season!

“We started the season really strong before dropping to fifth place in the general classification after Monaco. We had to stay calm; we didn’t panic and continued to work flat out to crawl back.

“I think that we showed everyone what we are capable of and I would like to thank Christian, who is a stout adversary who pushed me to my limits all the way to the end of the season.”

Renault Sport has confirmed that Formula Renault Eurocup will move to a new car for 2019. CLICK HERE for more.