Blueprint Renault RS10 F1 OW 1979

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The Renault RS10 was the 1979 Formula One car used by the Renault F1 team. It was one of the first cars to be powered by the sought-after turbocharged Renault engine, and it provided marquee drivers Jody Scheckter and René Arnoux with a competitive advantage in a year that was dominated by the first incarnation of the ground-breaking ground-effect technology. The RS10 combined an uncompromisingly low-slung chassis designed by Gérard Ducarouge, with the all-new Renault Gordini 1.5-liter turbocharged V6 engine. It was developed in-house by Renault after their 1977 acquisition of the former Gordini race team and was vastly more powerful than its 1500cc engine size ought to permit - thanks to a turbocharger supplying boosted power to the rear wheels. The car was physically larger than its contemporaries, measuring in at 12.90m in length and 1.77m in height with a wheelbase of 2.35m. Brakes were four-wheel discs with a dual-circuit Girling system, with dual-circuit Dunlop ventilated cast iron discs in the rear, and Dunlop carbon/Kevlar discs in the front. Suspension duties were handled by a mix of double wishbones, coil springs, and telescopic dampers, with rear anti-roll bars. What really set the RS10 apart, however, was its powertrain. The 1500cc V6 was capable of generating up to 945 horsepower, depending on turbo boost levels, and thanks to the car's advanced aerodynamics, it was able to go from zero to sixty in a blistering 2.7 seconds - significantly faster than most other F1 cars at the time. An iconic machine, the RS10 was a bold move for Renault, and it paid off handsomely in 1979 when the team regularly achieved podium finishes, though the ultimate championship was won by teams such as Lotus and Williams, who had raced ahead of the curve with their ground effect technology. Nonetheless, the RS10 remains an integral part of Renault's legacy in F1, a reliable and powerful car that set the stage for its bigger and more successful successors.

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