Renault in motorsport
Renault is also involved in other racing series but not as Renault Sport.
- French Super Production Championship
- Belgian Procar Championship
- BTCC with
- Endurance Touring Car Series
Renault Mégane/Renault Fluence
TC2000 Argentina (1984–2011, currently the participation is in charge of the local Renault Sport branch).
Spanish GT Championship (1999?–2000?)
Renault 8 Gordini
Springbok Series (1966–1971)
- 24 hours of Le Mans (1949–1954)
- Renault Alpine A110: In 1971 Alpine achieved a 1–2–3 finish in the Monte Carlo rally, using cars with engines derived from the Renault 16. In 1973, they repeated the 1–2–3 Monte Carlo result and went on to win the World Rally championship outright.
- Manufacturer of limited edition sport and special purpose models
- Competitor in motorsport events, for example:
- Organisation of single-model vehicle championships
- Organiser or/and sponsor of the Formula Renault national and international championships
- Organiser of the Renault Sport Series on circuits: Renault Sport Trophy and Eurocup Formula Renault
- Renault Merchandising – For the sale of Renault sport related merchandise.
- Former shareholder in SMA Engines; an aircraft engine manufacturer, an alliance of RST, EADS and SAFRAN
- Sponsor of Team Vitality’s Rocket League esports team named ‘Renault Sport Team Vitality’
Renault Sport articulated lorrys with extended tents, representing Renault at Silverstone for the Renault World Series.
Renault Sport organises several national and international one-make racing championships.
- Formula Renault 2.0L and 1.6L
- Renault Clio Cup
- Dacia Logan Cup
In march of 2017 Renault released a set of games testing Precision which involved avoiding the obstacles during a time-trial. Endurance which involved setting a new record whilst challenging the Renault Sport drivers. Response which tested your memory and your agility behind the wheel. Concentration you needed to move through the gears and manage your speed on the track. The leaderboard for the games were open for 2 weeks.
At the end of the 2 weeks the top 6 players were invited to the United Kingdom for a two-day Bootcamp (13-14 March).
Following briefings with the engineers and physical tests at the Enstone plant, training would continue at the Silverstone race track behind the wheel of a Clio Cup and a Renault Sport R.S. 01
It would be time for the judges to reveal the name of the overall winner of the competition: whoever has produced the best performance will stay for an extra day at Silverstone for one final experience: drive a Renault Formula 1 race car!
The winner of the 2017 contest was Vasilis Varras from Greece. YouTuber Matt Gallagher also took part. Both drove the f1 car which was the 2012 lotus