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Lotus F1 team lost £57 million in 2015

The Lotus F1 team lost £57 million in 2015 before it was taken over by the Renault team, according to recently published reports.

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Palmer-Magnussen incident 'firmly closed'

Jolyon Palmer and Kevin Magnussen spoke in "a very open and honest manner" after their collision late in Spain, says Renault boss Frederic Vasseur.

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Renault upgrade set for Monaco GP

Renault is preparing to bring its upgraded power unit to the Monaco Grand Prix, one race ahead of schedule.

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Button tips Magnussen to do 'very good job'

Jenson Button pleased to see his former McLaren team-mate back on the grid with Renault and tips him to do a good job for the French manufacturer.

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Renault launches 2016 race livery

Renault has revealed its new livery for the 2016 season, launching a yellow, black and gold colour scheme ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.

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135dNate Saunders

Renault: Red Bull finally happy with engine

Cyril Abiteboul says Red Bull's Helmut Marko, a long-time critic of Renault's power unit, has given "positive" feedback about the 2016 iteration of engine.

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Renault signs Latifi to test role

Young Canadian driver signed to "long-term development programme" which should include at least one Friday practice appearance in 2016.

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Renault engine has made 'big step forward'

Renault has made significant progress with the reliability and drivability of its engine over the winter, which should translate into real performance on track.

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Renault has no plans for 2016 B-Spec car

Renault's Bob Bell tells ESPN the team does not plan to bring a major aerodynamic upgrade in 2016 as it keeps on eye on next year's regulation changes.

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Magnussen nearly signed DTM deal for 2016

Kevin Magnussen reveals his relief that he did not panic and sign a DTM contract before seizing his last-minute chance to drive for Renault in 2016.

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Raikkonen fastest as McLaren woes continue

Kimi Raikkonen returned Ferrari to the top of the timing screens as McLaren completed just three laps due to a coolant leak detected early in the morning.

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154dNate Saunders

Hulkenberg fastest as McLaren hits trouble

Force India's Nico Hulkenberg tops the third day of testing as McLaren becomes the only team to fail to register a race distance following a hydraulics failure.

155dNate Saunders

Vettel top again after ultra-soft run

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finished top for the second day in a row after a lap on Pirelli's new ultra-soft lap as world champions Mercedes rack up over 800km in mileage.

156dNate Saunders

Palmer endures 'challenging' start at Renault

Rookie driver limited to just 37 laps on his first day with the car as Renault encounters software issues on opening day of testing at Circuit de Catalunya.

156dNate Saunders

Vettel quickest as Merc accumulates miles

Sebastian Vettel tops opening day of Barcelona testing as Lewis Hamilton completes well over two race distances -- 157 laps -- in his Mercedes.

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