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Renault Sport Series

Take up Renault’s invitation to the Renault Sport Series and enjoy some very special moments, brought to you by motorsport.

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Formula Renault 2.0
From age 16 up, the young hopefuls in Formula Renault 2.0 are plunged into an extremely competitive environment. This is where drivers learns the basics of the profession, at the wheel of single-seaters powered by 2.0 16v engines delivering some 210hp with a 7-speed sequential gearbox and steering wheel controls.
The old saying that it takes one season to learn and another season to win sounds a bit out-of-date now. Founded 45 years ago, Formula Renault – a real single-seater driving school – has always kept up to speed, ready to meet the changing needs of drivers from kart racing or other introductory disciplines.
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Renault Sport R.S.01
Renault is reaffirming its passion for motorsport with the brand new Renault Sport R.S. 01, a stunning racing car with spectacular performance. With its design straight from the world of concept cars and dictated by the search for aerodynamic excellence, Renault Sport R.S.01 is a radical expression of the brand’s sporting genes.
The technical specifications contain the very best of Renault Sport’s expertise. With a monocoque chassis and an engine putting out more than 550 hp, it weighs in at 1,150 kg to reach speeds of over 300 km/h. Since 2015, Renault Sport R.S.01 has been the headliner in the new Renault Sport Trophy championship, the training group for professional endurance and GT championships. 
Renault sport cars standing behind each other
Renault Clio Cup
Since the launch of the iconic Coupe R8 Gordini in 1966, Renault Sport has maintained continuous presence on circuits in Europe and across the world. With several thousand cars sold since 1991, the four generations of Clio Cup are renowned for their performance, reliability and affordability.
Clio Cup has inherited all the advantages of Clio R.S. 200 EDC. The 1.6 L direct injection turbo engine delivers 220 hp with constant torque of 270 Nm. It comes with a sequential gearbox and steering wheel controls.
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Renault Clio R3T Trophy
In 2016, a new format will give teams a chance to take part in a national trophy in four European zones: France, ALPS, Italy and Iberia. The overall winner will take part in the 2017 Monte Carlo Rally in WRC 3.
Clio R3T unveils all its strengths and exclusive front and rear axles. With new shock absorbers enabling a full range of adjustments, drivers will retain their competitive edge on every kind of terrain.
The turbocharged 1.6 L engine on Clio R.S. 200 EDC has undergone special treatment to deliver truly outstanding performance. It has output of 242 hp and torque of 480 Nm. The six-speed sequential gearbox can be managed using the steering wheel controls (option coming soon).
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WRC3 World Championship
The goal? The 2016 FIA WRC3 Championship title.After an initial campaign headed by Andrea Crugnola and Michele Ferrara, Renault Sport is now fielding an official team, entrusting the Renault Clio R3T to driver Michaël Burri and co-driver Anderson Levratti, winners of the 2015 Clio R3T European Trophy.
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