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2016 F1: Renault could turn blue for 2017 ?
Posted by: Admin on Aug 04, 2016 - 05:37 PM
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2016 F1: Renault could turn blue for 2017 ?


The works Renault team could be set to change colours for 2017, according to the latest international reports.

El Mundo Deportivo, a Spanish sports newspaper, reports that the currently yellow cars could turn predominantly deep blue next year.


 

There are rumours Renault is in talks with Movistar, a major Spanish mobile operator, and BBVA, a Spanish banking multinational.

Both companies' corporate images are mainly blue.

The rumours could also re-fire speculation that Renault is interested in securing the services of Spanish driver Carlos Sainz, or the Spanish-speaking Mexican Sergio Perez.

However, Perez is backed by Carlos Slim, whose Telmex company is a direct competitor of Movistar.

The same speculation about Movistar and BBVA's apparent talks with Renault were also reported by Auto Bild, a German publication, as well as France's Auto Hebdo.



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