L'Atelier Renault Paris

53, Avenue des Champs Élysées
75008 Paris
Exhibition : 01 76 84 19 19
Restaurant : 01 76 84 14 14

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  • This year will be Renault’s 35th year of competition in F1, during which it has secured ten constructors’ titles and nine drivers’ titles.L'Atelier Renault offers you the experience of watching the races on a big screen. Renault’s four partners, Red Bull Racing, Williams F1 Team, Caterham F1 Team and Lotus F1 Team, Each team will use identical specification RS27 V8 engines in the championship, prepared by Renault Sport F1 technicians in Viry-Châtillon, France.  Thus one third of the grid will be powered by the Renault RS27 engine this season.
  • Renault powers Red Bull Racing to third consecutive Constructors’ Championship titleThe result comes after 440 points, seven wins, eight pole positions and seven fastest laps for the duo of Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber so far this year.The crown is also the 11th constructors’ title that Renault has taken in the sport.Race reportSebastian Vettel secured second position in the United States Grand Prix while 4 others drivers powered by Renault finished in the top 10:Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean finished in sixth and seventh positions respectively for the Lotus F1 Team.Williams F1 Team’s Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna passed the flag in ninth and tenthOur ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):1st : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen5th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportFirst win of the season for Lotus F1 TeamKimi Raikkonen and Lotus F1 Team achieve first win of the season in Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, after a 2012 championship that has so far yielded eight podium positions.  Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel secured the final podium step, 4secs from Alonso after starting from the back of the grid following yesterday’s post-qualifying Stewards’ decision. Williams F1 Team’s Pastor Maldonado finished the thrilling race in fifth, his highest finish in the second part of the year, with Bruno Senna eighth to give the team a double finish.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):1st : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen4th : Mark Webber9th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportSebastian Vettel wins Indian Grand PrixRed Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel won today’s Indian Grand Prix over championship rival Fernando Alonso. Mark Webber completed the podium in third positionLotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen passed the flag in seventh while Romain Grosjean gave the team a double points’ finish with ninth position overall.Renault engines seal 150th win in Indian Grand PrixSebastian Vettel’s win for Red Bull Racing at the Indian Grand Prix brought the total of Renault-engined wins in Formula 1 to 150. The manufacturer is third in the overall standings, only 16 behind Ford/Cosworth.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):1st : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen4th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportVettel wins in KoreaSebastian Vettel dominated Korean Grand Prix to secure his third consecutive win and take the lead of the drivers’ championship by six points.Sebastian's team-mate, Mark Webber, finished in second position and secured a Red Bull-Renault 1-2 finish.Lotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen finished in fifth position, while Romain Grosjean claimed seventh overall, giving the team a double points scoring finish.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):1st : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen5th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportVettel wins in dominant style in JapanRed Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel won Japanese Grand Prix in dominant fashion to move to within four points of the lead of the drivers’ championship with five races remaining.The defending world champion led the race from start to finish, securing his third race win at Suzuka in four years.Kimi Raikkonen brought his Lotus F1 Team E20 home in sixth position while Williams F1 Team’s Pastor Maldonado finished in eighth position after a solid race.Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber, who was caught in the mêlée at the first corner, finished in 9thOur ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen5th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportSebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing - Renault on Podium!Sebastian Vettel took his second consecutive win around the streets of Singapore in a fascinating Grand Prix.The win moves Sebastian into second in the championship and closes the gap to current championship leader Alonso to 29 points.Lotus F1 Team achieved a double finish, with Kimi Raikkonen finishing sixth and Romain Grosjean seventh.Vettel’s team-mate Mark finished tenth position but has been inflict by a post race 20secs penalty and slipped to 11th.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 11th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Sebastian Vettel3rd : Kimi Raikkonen5th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportLotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen was the highest-placed Renault-engined driver in today’s Italian Grand Prix. The Finn finished in fifth place.Williams F1 Team’s Bruno Senna passed the flag in tenth position, one position ahead of team-mate Pastor Maldonado.Jérôme d’Ambrosio demonstrated a strong pace in the sister E20 to finish his debut race for Lotus in 13th.Caterham F1 Team also had a double finish with Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov finishing in 14th and 15th overall.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):3rd : Kimi Raikkonen4th : Sebastian Vettel5th : Mark Webber8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportDouble podium for Renault enginesRed Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel finished in second position after scything through the field from his starting slot of 10th.Lotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen completing the podium in third.Mark Webber finished in sixth, giving Renault engines three of the points’ scoring positions.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing3rd : Lotus F1 Team8th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Sebastian Vette3rd : Mark Webber4th : Kimi Raikkonen8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportDouble podium for Lotus-Renault in Hungary Grand PrixThe Lotus F1 Team, powered by the Renault RS27 V8 engine, secured a double podium in today’s Hungarian Grand Prix.Kimi Raikkonen, powered by the Renault RS27 V8 engine finished in second position, less than one second from race winner Lewis HamiltonHis team-mate Romain Grosjean bringing home the sister Lotus in third. Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel made it three Renault engines in the top four with fourth position. Williams F1 Team’s Bruno Senna passed the flag in seventh position ahead of Red Bull Racing’s Mark WebberOur ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing3rd : Lotus F1 Team7th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Mark Webber3rd : Sebastian Vettel5th : Kimi Raikkonen7th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportPodium finish for Lotus F1 Team in German Grand PrixLotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen and its Renault engined powered to third position in German Grand Prix.Sebastian Vettel was handed a 20secs penalty post race for a pass that was deemed to be outside the boundaries of the track. The reigning world champion therefore dropped to fifth position.Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber finished in eighth.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012:1st : Red Bull Racing4th : Lotus F1 Team7th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Mark Webber3rd : Sebastian Vettel4th : Kimi Raikkonen8th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportTwo Red Bull Racing on the Podium!Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber secured victory in British Grand Prix after a superb move on Fernando Alonso in the final laps of the thrilling race.His Red Bull Racing team-mate Sebastian Vettel gave the team a double podium, finishing in third position.Lotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean passed the flag in fifth and sixth positions to retain the team’s third position in the championshipBruno Senna, Williams F1 Team, finished in ninth positionOur ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing retains the championship lead with 216 pts3rd : Lotus F1 Team moved7th : Williams F1 TeamOur drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Mark Webber3rd : Sebastian Vettel5th : Kimi Raikkonen7th : Romain Grosjean10th : Pastor MaldonadoPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportPodium for Lotus-Renault in Canadian Grand PrixKimi Raikkonen put the Renault-engined Lotus F1 Team into second position in European Grand Prix. The Finn scored his third podium of the season so far.Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber drove a strong race from 19th on the grid to fourth at the flag fall.Our ranking in Constructors' championship 2012 :1st : Red Bull Racing retains the championship lead with 176 pts3rd : Lotus F1 Team moved to third place ahead of Ferrari and McLaren only 11 points7th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 Team Our drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):2nd : Mark Webber4th : Sebastian Vettel6th : Kimi Raikkonen7th : Romain Grosjean10th : Pastor MaldonadoPHOTO : JEAN MICHEL LE MEUR / DPPI
  • Race reportPodium for Lotus-Renault in Canadian Grand PrixThe Renault RS27 engine powered Lotus F1 Team’s Romain Grosjean to second position in today’s Canadian Grand Prix, his career-best result.Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel passed the line in fourth. Team-mate Mark Webber finished in seventh overall. Lotus F1 Team’s Kimi Raikkonen came home in eighth position, making it four Renault engines in the top ten!Our ranking in the constructors' championship:1st : Red Bull Racing retains the championship lead3rd : Lotus F1 Team moved to third place ahead of Ferrari7th : Williams F1 Team 10th : Caterham F1 Team Our drivers' championship ranking (Top 10):3rd : Sebastian Vettel is now the third, three points behind leader Hamilton and a point behind Alonso.4th : Mark Webber 6th : Kimi Raikkonen 7th : Romain GrosjeanPHOTO : ERIC VARGIOLU / DPPI
  • Race reportRed Bull Racing-Renault wins Monaco Grand Prix.Red Bull Racing-Renault’s pilot, Mark Webber, took victory in Monaco's Grand Prix, the second win for the Australian around the streets of the Principality. The win is Red Bull Racing-Renault’s third consecutive win at Monaco, Renault’s sixth in Monte Carlo and the third consecutive win for a Renault-engined car this season.The results today extend Red Bull’s lead at the top of the constructors’ championship ahead of McLaren and Ferrari. Lotus is fourth overall with Williams sixth and Caterham tenth. Alonso takes the lead of the drivers’ title race, but Vettel and Webber are just three points behind.photo: Eric Vargiolu / DPPI  
  • Race reportWilliams-Renault secures first victory of revived partnership at Spanish Grand Prix.Pastor Maldonado sealed the first victory for the newly revived Williams-Renault partnership in Spanish Grand Prix. The Venezuelan scored the victory from pole position, marking the first win for the collaboration in its latest incarnation. Lotus F1 Team put a second Renault engine on the podium with Kimi Raikkonen finishing in third position. Team-mate Romain Grosjean came home in fourth, giving the Renault RS27 engine a total of three of the top four positions. Red Bull Racing-Renault experienced a more difficult race, with Sebastian Vettel finishing in sixth. Caterham F1 Team again achieved a double finish with Heikki Kovalainen 16th and Vitaly Petrov 17th. Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso are tied for the lead of the drivers’ championship while Red Bull Racing continues to lead the constructors’ championship. Lotus F1 Team has edged closer to second, with Williams sixth, on equal points with Mercedes. Caterham remains in 11th.  Live broadcasting at L'Atelier Renault on the big screen at 2pm.
  • Race reportFour Renault-powered drivers finished in the top four of today’s Bahrain Grand Prix. Sebastian Vettel secured the first win of the season for Red Bull Racing-Renault, 3.3secs ahead of Lotus F1 Team-Renault’s Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean. Mark Webber secured fourth for Red Bull Racing-Renault, giving the RS27 a clean sweep of the top four.Live broadcasting at L'Atelier Renault on the big screen at 2pm.
  • Race reportFive positions in the top ten for Renault-powered drivers in Chinese Grand Prix. Red Bull Racing sits second in the teams’ championship with 64 points while Lotus are sixth with 24. Williams are currently seventh with 18 points and Caterham 11th.Race recording at L'Atelier Renault on the big screen at 10:30 am.
  • Race reportThree RS27-powered drivers finish in top ten in Malaysia. Red Bull Racing-Renault now sits second in the championship with 42 points to McLaren’s 55, while Lotus-Renault is fifth. Williams-Renault lies seventh and Caterham 11th.Race recording at L'Atelier Renault on the big screen at 10:30 am.
  • Race reportRenault RS27 powers Red Bull Racing to second position in Australian Grand Prix. In total Renault engines scored 36 points from the Australian Grand Prix.Race recording at L'Atelier Renault on the big screen at 10:30 am.