Renault Sport Series
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From the age of 16, young and hopeful motorsport drivers are faced with a very competitive world. They must understand how a racing car works to enhance its performance and learn to manage the pressure of a race. In Formula Renault, they quickly learn the basics of their profession at the wheel of single-seaters powered by 2.0 L 16-valve engines delivering some 210 hp 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The old saying that it takes one season to learn and another season to win sounds a bit out-of-date now.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 has always kept up to speed, ready to meet the changing needs of budding drivers from kart racing or other introductory disciplines. Since the average age of beginning a career in Formula One has fallen sharply in recent years, the length of the training was reduced accordingly. A real single-seater driving school, Formula Renault very quickly reveals or confirms the talent of young drivers.
All the thrills from the grandstand
Join us at the most beautiful tracks in Europe and get behind the scenes of motorsport like never before. The secrets of the paddock and pit lane will be revealed.
The grandstand is open to everyone. On the track and in the village, the show never stops. A whole host of surprises await!
Meet the drivers
A regular at the World Series by Renault? Perhaps you have been lucky enough to bump into young prodigies in the paddock who have gone on to become famous drivers: Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastian Vettel... as well as Kevin Magnussen and Carlos Sainz – respective champions in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series 2013 and 2014.
A real school for champions, the Renault single-seater discipline is one of the best springboards to Formula 1.
Take a look at the complete honours list of the World Series by Renault since 2005.