Call it a Porsche baiting hare, an impractical bubble-top fantasy or the greatest Renault ever to race : but the Alpine A442/3 was definitely the fastest Renault ever to put rubber on a circuit - clocking 238MPH in qualifying trim in "
These last few months have been a real journey of discovery. We keep stumbling across cars that we've never, ever heard of. And Renault's Estafette micro-wagon is one of the most interesting of the latest crop of webly-borne surprises.
Back in 1971 Renault made the risky move of launching not one, but TWO Coupés.
The 15 and 17 rocked wrap-around bumpers (the first time this technology had been mass produced) & there were quartz halogen lights, too, which, at the time "
For some reason we missed this when it was released. Celebrating the beautiful classic that was the Berlinette - this outrageous, Veyronesque take on the Alpine 110 for a new century stikes us as French as Truffaut.
Renault announced yesterday that their 'little blue bombshells' with two white stripes are coming back. The French blue, white stripes and front panel inset with four round headlights all contributed to a sporting identity that is an important part of "
You have to hand it to Renault. Though they’ve had only mixed success in both the worlds of motorsport and production cars over the last few years, they keep on coming up with cars that look stunning and drive "
"Renault have announced that it will formally revive its Alpine performance brand next year with an all-new sports car closely related to this concept, the Alpine Vision.
It's a mid-engined two-seat coupé making its public debut at the 2016 Geneva motor "
"The Targa Florio endurance race once witnessed classic racing cars ripping through Sicily’s meandering mountainous passes. It ran from 1906 until 1977 and has run ever since as a rally.
2018’s re-enactment of the iconic Targa Florio took place recently - "
"Technical drawings have always allowed those unlikely to get their hands into the oily innards of a race car to get a look at what goes where, and does what.
We had a quick chat with technical illustrator Roy Scorer "
"I don’t care what anyone says, Grand Tours are the best.
Driving across Europe, taking in the sights and exploring beautiful and exciting parts of our continent is one of the best adventures you can undertake. From the glorious "