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Formula Renault

FORMULA RENAULT
TOMORROW'S YOUNG TALENTS

Formula Renault is a strong and mighty foundation of the automotive landscape. In 2019, a mechanical innovation has emerged : a new 1.8l turbo engine meeting the technical regulations of F3 integrated in a single-seater chassis approved by the FIA. Super License points, a key to driving in F1, have been upgraded and are awarded to the best drivers in the championship. Finally, the 10 race weekends are organized on circuits used by Formula 1.

10 grand prix
3 drivers involved
Paul Aron
Paul Aron
04/02/2004

2018
CIK OKJ European Champion

2019
FIA F4 Italian Championship 3rd

Victor Martins
Victor Martins
16/06/2001

2016
CIK OKJ World Champion

2017
FIA F4 French Championship 2nd

2019
Formula Renault Eurocup 2nd

Grégoire Saucy
Grégoire Saucy
26/12/1999

2018
FIA F4 Italian Championship 11th

2019
FIA F4 German Championship 9th

2020
Toyota Racing Series 6th

Technical sheet
THE FORMULA Renault

The new generation of Formula Renault has been designed to prepare promising drivers for the main disciplines : FIA F2 et FIA F3 – access categories to F1. Chassis, engine, gearbox, wheel drive, brakes, aerodynamic, safety : all of these items are in line with the new generations of high-level single-seaters.

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Engine

> Renault
> 4 cylinders 1.8l Turbo
> 290bhp

Gearbox

> Sadev
> 6-speed
> Paddle shift from steering wheel

Chassis

> Paddle shift from steering wheel
> 685kg driver on-board
> Steel brakes (Brembo)
> Aerodynamics : 700 kg max load – DRS

Tires

> Hankook
> 13″
> Slick + Wet

Corentin Bossard
Mechanic
Jérôme Chauvin
Painter
Arnaud Cholley
Race Engineer
Emilien El Fares
Race Engineer
Sandrine Foix
Logistics & Communication
Damien Guitraud
Race Engineer
Clément Hoarau
Mechanic
Laurent Jandot
Workshop Manager
Quentin Magal
Mechanic
Nicolas Pelan
Chief Mechanic
Simon Thanneur
Mechanic
Olivier Touzery
Mechanic
Mathieu Zangarelli
Team Manager
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