Formula 1

Renault aiming to use customers as talent ladder

Renault aiming to use customers as talent ladder

23 January 2018

- Formula 1

Renault is working on using its Formula 1 customers as another step in its academy structure, says managing director Cyril Abiteboul Read More

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