On July 16, 1977, Renault made its first foray into the world of Formula 1 racing. It did so at Britain’s Silverstone Grand Prix, with a car known as the RS01. Among other things, it was the first Formula 1 car to feature a turbocompressed engine. Now, the automaker is marking the 40th anniversary of that event by introducing a limited-run … teapot?
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