|Chassis||Moulded carbon fibre and honeycomb composite structure|
|Suspension (front)||Upper and lower carbon fibre wishbone and pushrod activated torsion springs and rockers|
|Suspension (rear)||Upper and lower carbon fibre wishbone and pullrod activated torsion springs and rockers|
|Width||2,000 mm (79 in)|
|Height||950 mm (37 in)|
|Axle track||F: 1,600 mm (63 in) |
R: 1,550 mm (61 in)
|Engine||Renault R.E.17 turbocharged 1.6L (98 cu in) V6 engine, limited to 15,000 RPM in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive layout|
|Electric motor||Motor Generator Unit–Kinetic and |
Motor Generator Unit–Heat
|Transmission||Renault semi-automatic sequential gearbox with eight forward and one reverse gear|
|Weight||728 kg (1,605.0 lb) (incl. driver)|
|Brakes||Brembo carbon brake discs, pads and calipers |
AP Master cylinders
|Tyres||Pirelli P Zero (Dry/Slick) |
Pirelli Cinturato (Wet/Treaded)
OZ Racing Wheels: 13"
|Notable entrants||Renault Sport F1 Team|
|Notable drivers||27. Nico Hülkenberg|
30. Jolyon Palmer
55. Carlos Sainz, Jr.
|Debut||2017 Australian Grand Prix|
The Renault R.S.17 is a Formula One racing car designed and constructed by the Renault Sport Formula One Team to compete during the 2017 Formula One season. The car was initially driven by Nico Hülkenberg and Jolyon Palmer. Hülkenberg joined the team after Kevin Magnussen left the team at the end of the 2016 season, while Palmer was replaced by Carlos Sainz Jr. from the 2017 United States Grand Prix onwards. The R.S.17 made its competitive début at the 2017 Australian Grand Prix.
Complete Formula One results
(key) (results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)
|2017||Renault Sport Formula One Team||Renault R.E. 17||P|
|Carlos Sainz Jr.||7||Ret||11||Ret|
- † – Driver failed to finish the race, but was classified as they had completed greater than 90% of the race distance.
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- "R.S.17 Technical Specification". renaultsport.com. renaultsport.com. 21 February 2017. Retrieved 22 February 2017.
- "F1 - 2017 Provisional Entry List". Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. 6 December 2016. Archived from the original on 6 December 2016. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
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