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Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and Google join forces on next-generation infotainment

Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and Google formed a technology partnership to embed the Android operating system in automotive alliance’s vehicles. This way they will provide intelligent infotainment...

Nissan strengthens Formula E partnership with stake in e.dams

Nissan has strengthened its partnership with e.dams by purchasing a stake in the championship-winning racing organization. That happens ahead of Nissan’s debut in the...

Renault with new bargeboard and sidepod vane updates for Singapore

With the Renault team back in the points in Monza, attention switches to the tight and twisty Marina Bay Street Circuit for the fifteenth...

Sainz targeting a return to the top ten on his birthday...

Carlos Sainz fell narrowly short of the points in Spa after starting from the back of the grid. Now the Spaniard is targeting a...

Hulkenberg: You need to be quite brave on the brakes as...

An uncharacteristic error in Spa forced Nico Hulkenberg into retirement, but the German is keen to dust that aside as he aims for a...

Taffin on the Renault power unit C Spec: The power gain...

Ahead of the Italian Grand Prix, Renault Engine Technical Director, Rémi Taffin, discusses the present and future of the Power Unit. What are you expecting...

Alonso: Nico played bowling a little bit with us

McLaren had a difficult Belgian Grand prix for the whole team, as Fernando Alonso retired after a dramatic first-lap incident and Stoffel Vandoorne finished...

Haas switch development to 2019 car

The team principal of Haas Guenther Steiner believes his team can steal a march on their mid-table competitors by beginning development of their 2019...

Sainz will race for McLaren from 2019, confirms the team

McLaren Racing today confirms that Carlos Sainz will race for the team in Formula 1 from the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship. Sainz, 23,...

Carlos Sainz set to replace Alonso at McLaren

McLaren will announce Carlos Sainz as Fernando Alonso's replacement later this week, ESPN announced. Yesterday Mclaren confirmed that Alonso will not continue in F1 in...