How Renault started F1’s first turbo revolution
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If you thought turbocharging was a modern motorsport phenomenon then you’d be wrong. Thankfully, the wise old heads of Craig Scarborough and Peter Windsor are on hand to recall the Renault RS01 – the first car to take advantage of the 1966 F1 2:1 turbo equivalency rules.
After making its debut at the 1977 British GP, the Michelin shod 1.5 litre Renault V6 turbo went on to change the face of F1.
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