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Renault Sport Formula One Team drives a measured Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka
Oct 10, 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team drives a measured Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka

Renault Sport Formula One Team teammates Jolyon Palmer and Kevin Magnussen drove a measured Emirates Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka on Sunday. The team opted for a one-stop tire strategy for the 53-lap race, with both Jolyon and Kevin fighting in the middle of the pack throughout and taking the checkered flag in P12 and P14 respectively.
Renault Sport Formula One Team’s Kevin Magnussen gets his and the team’s second highest finish of the season
Sep 19, 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team's Kevin Magnussen gets his and the team's second highest finish of the season

Renault Sport Formula One Team's Kevin Magnussen enjoyed his and the team's second highest finish of the season with 10th position in the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix. Kevin took advantage of a stellar start and ran for most of the race inside the top 10. Jolyon Palmer was not so lucky, with a suspected slow puncture from debris at the start of the race forcing an earlier than planned first pit stop. Running thereafter out of sequence, Jolyon finished in fifteenth.
Renault Sport Formula One Team experiences a character-building Gran Premio Heineken d’Italia
Sep 4, 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team experiences a character-building Gran Premio Heineken d'Italia

Renault Sport Formula One Team experienced a character-building Gran Premio Heineken d'Italia at the Autodromo di Monza. Jolyon Palmer made up a number of positions after a spirited start however contact with Felipe Nasr – for which the Sauber driver was subsequently penalized – led to retirement on safety grounds. Kevin Magnussen also made a strong start and finished in seventeenth position.
2016 Belgian Grand Prix
Aug 28, 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team could not capitalize on its best-ever qualifying performance in the Belgian Grand Prix

The Renault Sport Formula One Team unfortunately could not capitalize on its best-ever qualifying performance in today's Belgian Grand Prix. Kevin Magnussen had lined up twelfth, just in front of Jolyon Palmer for the 44-lap race. After a strong start, Jolyon was running seventh and Kevin eighth, but a heavy crash for Kevin on lap five led to his premature retirement from the race.