This is part two of our ongoing look at the future of the Formula 1 calendar. 

The last time we covered the new tyre supplier in question, in September, it had been revealed that a joint venture had been set up between Renault and Honda. 

That deal had been cancelled, but it was not until the summer that Honda confirmed that it was going to be supplying the Japanese manufacturer with a new tyre for the 2019 season. 

It would be a major step up in performance, and Renault had made its intentions clear when it announced that it would be replacing the Renault-Honda hybrid engine from the 2020 campaign. 

As the new season came to a close in late June, there was some speculation that Renault would re-introduce the Renault Hybrid, which it had not done in the previous season.

But that was a long time coming. 

 What do you make of Renault’s decision to leave the factory in 2019? 

The Renault-Renault deal was the biggest news of the last few months, as the brand had been struggling with poor sales in the first half of the year. 

It was a sign that the brand needed to address its issues and that it wanted to get back on track. 

But it was also a sign of a brand struggling to regain its momentum, as it was the first time in its history that the company had sold fewer cars than it had produced. 

So it was an embarrassing, even embarrassing moment for the brand. 

What has Renault’s new tyre arrangement looked like? 

It looks like a good one, although the numbers may be a bit inflated. 

The deal has a number of things going for it, and it will allow the brand to sell more cars at a lower price than it has been able to do previously. 

There are also some advantages for the team, as Renault is able to have the car and driver package of the same model for the first year.

It also gives the brand a chance to do some major engineering work on the car, which will allow it to make the necessary changes to the design and components. 

Is the Renault hybrid a good deal? 

Well, not exactly. 

This deal has been in place for the past two years and Renault has been on the back foot. 

In 2016, the company posted a loss of almost £200m, while this year it has lost more than £300m, according to F1’s financials. 

That’s because of a combination of a lack of new orders and a slowdown in the global economy, as well as the rise in tyre prices. 

And this year, Renault also announced that its new hybrid engines will be fitted to only two cars, the Lotus Elise and the Ford Focus RS. 

However, Renault has already committed to making the hybrid engine for all of its new-for-2019 cars by 2019. 

For 2018, Renault will have three cars – the Renault Zoe, the Renault Clio and the Renault F60 – all of which have hybrid engines. 

Will Renault be using the hybrid engines for 2018? 

There will be no hybrid engine in 2018. 

We can see this in the Renault marketing materials for the new cars. 

Instead, we see an ad in the new year issue of GQ, with a picture of the Renault GTR, with the slogan “Renault will take a new approach” on the side. 

On the other hand, we can see that the Renault Espace will be the first of the cars to have a hybrid engine, as will the Renault Sportscar, Renault Sport Evoque and Renault Sport Yaris. 

Why are there so many Renault Especs? 

Ferrari has already revealed that the next generation of the F1 car will have a supercharged V6, but there are more than 20 new models in the pipeline for 2018, with several of them due to be introduced in the 2020 season.

That’s because Renault is looking to sell a total of 1,000 Especes in the next two years, as part of a plan to replace all of the E63s in the 2019 grid. 

F1 has said that it will not be introducing any more Especias in 2020, as they are too expensive. 

Are there any Renault E30 models on the way? 


Renault is still looking at its options with regards to making its next generation E30 car, but the company is expected to unveil the E30 AMG in the autumn. 

How much is the E60 worth? 

Renaudis’ next generation car will be worth £300,000, but a new engine from Renault is likely to make it significantly more expensive.

The E60 is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-litre V6 engine which has been produced by Renault for a number. 

Where does Renault stand in the market for its next-generation E30? 

In the UK, Renault is currently selling