An analysis of Renault's prospects

An analysis of Renault's prospects

Will a return to the classic yellow and black livery also mean a return to past success for Renault? Tony Dodgins hopes so

Got to admit that seeing the new Renault in that gorgeous original black and yellow livery struck a chord. I was never too keen on the hotch-potch orange scheme in deference to ING even if did only take some internet genius a matter of seconds to create a new logo, 'cheatING' as soon as the Singapore rumpus broke cover.

The new car reminded me of heading, excited, to Silverstone in 1977, where, at my first Grand Prix there, I saw some rather significant debuts – a certain Gilles Villeneuve and the Renault RS01 on its Michelin tyres.

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