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Ligier-Renault

Like some other teams, Ligier had designed a new car, the JS27, that featured a lower profile, making an advantage of the new reduced fuel regulations. 283 more words

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"Treating the Oil Crisis Seriously"

1980 Brazilian Grand Prix
James Hunt:
“It’s nice to see a government owned company like Renault treating the fuel crisis seriously and not wasting any.” 137 more words

Formula 1

Ferrari

By Maranello’s standards, 1984 had been a dismal year and second in the Constructor’s Championship was really only achieved by dint of nobody else being quite good or consistent enough – and even then Ferrari were in third behind Lotus for much of the season. 281 more words

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Ferrari

Ferrari could look back with satisfaction on two consecutive Constructors’ Championships, but the Drivers’ title still eluded them despite the best efforts in 1983 of Tambay and Arnoux. 327 more words

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Ferrari

Ferrari had had a traumatic 1982, to put it mildly, but the team could look back with a certain sense of satisfaction on a Constructor’s Championship achieved against all the odds. 274 more words

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Renault

The Renault team had seen a 1981 of two halves, with the cars improving in reliability during the second half of the season and also improving their one-lap speeds to achieve better qualifying positions. 181 more words

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Renault

Team History

In 1977, French car manufacturer Renault decided to enter a factory team in Formula One, partly as a prestige project but mainly as a testbed for new advances in turbo-charger technology. 533 more words

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