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Ralt - 1981Details click here
There were many changes in formula two racing between 1966 and 1981, but the brabham bt23 that won the european trophy in the former year and the rait rh6 that won in the latter year had two things in common engineer ron tauranac and a honda engine
Renault Ax - 1908-1914Details click here
In the dawn of driving, when automobiles were generally regarded as the playthings of rich aristocrats and race car drivers, there were already manufacturers who specialized in small popular cars. One of the best was louis renault, who from the start built reliable and reasonably economical one and two-cylinder roadsters.
Renault Dauphine - 1956-1967Details click here
It was in 1955 that regie renault unveiled the dauphine, the model that wrould ultimately replace the famous 4cv. With its rounded lines and cheeky charm, the dauphine remained one of the most typical french popular cars of the fifties and sixties. While it used many carryover mechanical components from the 4cv, the dauphines body was new, designed in italy by mario boano,
Renault Juvaquate - 1937-1952Details click here
The juvaquatre was the car that got louis renault jailed and his company nationalized. When world war ii broke out, renault kept producing juvaquatres instead of switching to military production. After france was liberated from german occupation, he was accused of collaboration with the enemy and died in prison.
Renault R12 Gordini - 1970-1974Details click here
Virtually an icon to french car buffs, the renault r8 gordini was a byword for sporting quality. Some two thousand gordinistes were invited by renault to the introduction of the successor r12 gordini. Unfortunately, this new model failed both commercially and on the track.
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