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  1. Could Robert Kubica's next move be to Formula E?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | AutoWeek

    Following his near-fatal off-season crash in early 2011, the Pole has rebuilt his motor racing career in world rallying . But that adventure could now be ending due to a lack of funding, amid rumors he might be eyeing the move into the all-electric series Formula E. Kubica, now 31, has admitted he might return to circuit racing, but he decided against an F1 test a couple of years ago.

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  2. Virgin's Sam Bird takes wing in Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Examiner.com

    Britain's Sam Bird flew from pole to flag to give Richard Branson's DS Virgin alliance its 1st Formula E -series win. Brid's victory came despite a valiant effort by Swiss driver Sebastien Buemi of Renault-e dams, to catch him after working his way up through the pack at the Puerto Madero Street circuit, in Buenos Aires.

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  3. Formula E snaps a photo finish in 2016 Buenos Aires ePrix [w/videos]Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Autoblog

    It's been the better part of a month since we've seen a Formula E race. But the electric racing series charged back into action this weekend for the 2016 Buenos Aires ePrix.

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  4. Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | BleacherReport

    Most Formula One drivers would be delighted to be linked to Ferrari, the most successful team in the sport's history, but Valtteri Bottas found such rumours a nuisance in the 2015 season. As doubts over Kimi Raikkonen's future lingered, the Williams driver emerged as the favourite to replace his fellow Finn for 2016, and it was reported at one stage that the deal was all but done.

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  5. Driver Reaction TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Formula 1 Blog

    The news that Pastor Maldonado has lost his seat at Renault came in the same week that the BBC Radio Four series The Infinite Monkey Cage broadcast a programme called What is Reality? This programme for those yet to hear it is a discussion programme hosted by scientists and comedians described by the BBC as "Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists' eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince".

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  6. Kevin Magnussen replaces Pastor Maldonado in Renault F1 teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | MySanAntonio.com

    Journalists take pictures of the Renault R.S.16 during its presentation at the Renault's technocentre in Guyancourt, west of Paris, Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016. French carmaker Renault returned to Formula One as a racing team after agreeing to take over Lotus, which had struggled with financial costs last season.

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  7. British driver Sam Bird wins Formula E race in Buenos AiresRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | Xinhuanet

    BUENOS AIRES, Feb. 6, 2016 -- British driver Sam Bird of DS Virgin team, celebrates with Swiss Sebastien Buemi of Renault e.Dams team and Brazilian Lucas Di Grassi of ABT Schaeffler team during the award ceremony of 2016 FIA Formula E Buenos Aires ePrix, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Feb. 6, 2016. Sam Bird claimed the title with 45:28.385.

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  8. Examining Pastor Maldonado's F1 Legacy of Crashes, Penalties and 1 Magical WinRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | BleacherReport

    Maldonado lost his race seat at Lotus when the team was bought by Renault. With economies crumbling across South America, Maldonado's sponsor - the Venezuelan oil company - could not come up with an estimated 35 million to pay for his drive, per the BBC's Andrew Benson .

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  9. Renault can win again in future says BriatoreRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | GrandPrix.com

    Flavio Briatore has wished his old employer well as Renault prepares to return to full works status in formula one this year. The flamboyant Italian was team boss throughout Renault's most successful era last decade, until the 'crashgate' scandal ended his F1 career.

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  10. McLaren-Honda must be better in 2016Read the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | GrandPrix.com

    It had been rumoured Prost might take on a direct managerial role at Renault this year, but he will instead simply continue to be a brand ambassador. "This is perhaps just as well, because my presence would have only increased the pressure to succeed," he is quoted by Speed Week.

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  11. Chris Dyer returns to F1 with RenaultRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | GrandPrix.com

    Chris Dyer, a well-known former engineer for Michael Schumacher and Kimi Raikkonen, is returning to F1 after a five year hiatus. The Australian lost his job as chief track engineer at Ferrari after a bungled race strategy cost Fernando Alonso the drivers' title at the 2010 season finale.

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  12. F1 sponsor hails Magnussen's returnRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | GrandPrix.com

    Now, Danish driver Kevin Magnussen has joined the same Enstone based team just as it returns to being the works Renault outfit. Lars Seier Christensen is no longer the chief at Saxo Bank, but Christensen has revealed himself as a "personal sponsor" of another F1 driver, new Haas recruit Romain Grosjean.

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  13. Ghosn wants Renault return for AlonsoRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | GrandPrix.com

    Carlos Ghosn on Wednesday did not hide that enticing Fernando Alonso back to the new works Renault team is an objective. "Would I like to sign Alonso? For sure," he told the Spanish sports daily AS at the Paris launch of the new project.

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  14. Renault may change black livery by MelbourneRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | GrandPrix.com

    The RS16 became the first car of the 2016 season to be unveiled, at an event held before the world's media at Renault's Technocentre on the outskirts of Paris. A sign of how eagerly the world of F1 was tuning in was that the Renault Sport website - set to stream the event live over the internet - crashed.

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  15. F1 ACCESS02 Feb 2016 Renault's 2016 team launch to be streamed liveRead the original story

    Monday Feb 1 | Formula1.com

    Renault will offer a live online stream of their 2016 Formula One team launch event, which will be held at the French manufacturer's Technocentre in Guyancourt on Wednesday, February 3. Having completed their takeover of the Lotus team late last year, Renault are set to make several revelations during the event - including a new identity, team personnel and livery, the latter of which they teased on social media on Tuesday. Kevin Magnussen is also expected to be unveiled as Jolyon Palmer's team mate for the forthcoming 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship, after Pastor Maldonado - who had originally been set to drive - announced his departure from the Enstone squad yesterday.

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  16. Formula E: Bird seals thrilling win in Buenos AiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | CNN

    The #BAePrix is the fourth race of 11 in the 2015/2016 championship and runs through the streets of the Argentinian capital. CNN SuperCharged presenter Nicki Shields out on an electric bike in Buenos Aires before Saturday's race.

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  17. Buenos Aires ePrix: Bird grabs maiden pole, Buemi spinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Motorsport.com

    Sam Bird took his first Formula E pole position in qualifying for the Buenos Aires ePrix, as championship leader Sebastien Buemi consigned himself to last on the grid with a spin. Having led the way in opening practice, DS Virgin driver Bird was second fastest in the opening qualifying group, three tenths behind pacesetter Stephane Sarrazin.

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  18. Renault can win again in futureRead the original story

    Friday Feb 5 | Paddock Talk

    Flavio Briatore has wished his old employer well as Renault prepares to return to full works status in formula one this year. The flamboyant Italian was team boss throughout Renault's most successful era last decade, until the 'crashgate' scandal ended his F1 career.

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  19. F1 team principals a disappearing breedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Iol.co.za

    Renault, returning as a constructor after buying back the team it sold in 2009, this week followed McLaren and reigning world champions Mercedes in doing away with the once exalted position of team principal. Frederic Vasseur will be racing director instead, reporting to Renault Sport managing director Cyril Abiteboul under president Jerome Stoll - with company chief executive Carlos Ghosn above all.

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  20. Vasseur in for the long haul at RenaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Star Online

    Former world champions Renault know it will take them years to get back on top in Formula One after returning with their own team this season, according to racing director Frederic Vasseur. The 46-year-old Frenchman told Reuters that a target, set by Renault chief executive Carlos Ghosn, of being on the podium within three years might seem unambitious but was based on a realistic assessment.

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