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Renault unveil 2019 season challenger

Renault have revealed their brand new challenging car for the 2019 Formula 1 championship season, to be driven by Nico Hulkenberg and new recruit, Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian joins the team after a highly-publicised move from Red Bull where he spent a decade as a driver through the junior ranks and into F1. From strength to strength, building on the success of each year. From 9th, to 6th, to 4th. From new beginnings, to a new era. Here starts our 2019 season. #RSspirit pic.twitter.com/4Svm4LRtyf — Renault F1 Team (@RenaultF1Team) February 12, 2019
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