Renault’s entire victory and competition history in Formula 1, rallies, track, and road is presented, from 1964 to the present.
Some of the highlights of the ‘Sport by Renault’ exhibition are the RS14 (the fourth chassis of the single-seater RS10, that won Renault’s first victory in Formula 1 in the 1979 French Grand Prix with RS11), as well as the 2009 competition car, the R29.
After its first Formula 1 win, Renault achieved seven driver titles, two manufacturer titles, six engine-manufacturer titles and 113 wins. Therefore, you’ll have what to see at the exhibit. And if you get bored on walking around L’Atelier Renault and feel like getting into something more interactive, you can test your reflexes on the Batak driver training machine and try out the Formula 1 simulator.
The R8 Gordini, designed in 1964 and nicknamed ‘La Gorde’, the R5 Turbo unveiled at the 1978 Paris Motors Show and the new Renault Megane Trophy will also be in the spotlight at the exhibition, so Renault’s racing background is fully covered. You can also take a closer look at the new Megane RS, Clio RS and Twingo RS.
L’Atelier Renault is opened between 10.30 AM and 12.30 AM each day (or until 2.30 AM on Fridays and Saturdays), so you will have all the time in the world to visit. A bar and restaurant are also included, as well as a free Wi-Fi hotspot.