Renault are not quite ready to make the jump into the top three of the Constructors’ Championship according to Karun Chandhok.
McLaren did register brief improvements in 2018, turning to Renault Sport customer power units after a disastrous second spell win Honda. 2019 brings a new driver line-up and the need to stop another slump.
Max Fewtrell was given the chance to be the first driver to test the 2019 Eurocup Formula Renault car, with the 2018 champion completing 250km at the Italian circuit of Vairano.
Development of a new Renault Clio for the Renault UK Clio Cup has begun in preparation for 2020
Honda’s upgraded power unit has edged it ahead of Renault’s current spec, according to Toro Rosso’s Franz Tost.
Despite not yet committing his future to Red Bull, Daniel Ricciardo spoke to the team about the reasons why they have opted to switch from Renault to Honda power in 2019.
Adrian Newey says Daniel Ricciardo will definitely take a grid penalty this weekend in Canada as he will require at least a new MGU-K, which will generate a ten place penalty.
The Spaniard will start seventh on the grid for the Monaco Grand Prix but was well down on the pace of Daniel Ricciardo, who took pole position.
Red Bull need to make a decision imminently about whether or not to remain with Renault power in 2019, according to Cyril Abiteboul.
Carlos Sainz Jr. says the race in Bahrain is “one of the more unique” races in Formula One
A reliable final day that saw McLaren complete 161 laps left racing director Eric Boullier pleased.
The Spaniard was happy after seeing McLaren get a significant amount of testing completed on day four in Spain on Thursday.
McLaren’s team principal says he’s happy with the start to their relationship with Renault, but says it’s to early to make any solid predictions.
Helmut Marko says Red Bull will need to decide by the summer if they want to make the switch to Honda power from 2019.
Tim Goss says it was logical for McLaren to evolve parts of the MCL32 when designing the MCL33.