The Renault RE40 F1 OW 1983 was a race car that set records for its time. It was the last Renault turbo car and was built for the 1983 season of Formula One racing. The car was designed by rising star engineer Gérard Ducarouge, who had already showed success in Formula Three racing with the A308. The car was powered by the all famous Renault FE-V6 turbo engine producing about 720 brake horsepower. The car featured a traditional chassis with a monocoque made out of aluminium and composite material, along with double wishbones and beautiful push-rods suspension. The car was aerodynamically styled; the most notable features of the car being its low nose, long flat topped sidepods, slender rear end and unique cooling fins on the engine cover. The cars debuted at the first race in Kyalami, South Africa, where their pace was competitive but ultimately drivers Rene Arnoux and Patrick Tambay were unable to use their driving skills to extract a good result from the race. As the season went on, the car became more and more difficult to handle with its distinct lack of downforce and noisy turbo engine. Nevertheless, they managed to improve steadily throughout the year, with the high point of a 2nd place at the German Grand Prix with Rene Arnoux. All in all, the Renault RE40 F1 OW1983 was a grand prix car that was ahead of its time but ultimately was let down by its flaws. Nevertheless, it was a crucial part of the Renault history in Formula One and remains as a iconic piece of Formula One history today.
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