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Renault is partnering the world-famous Cannes Film Festival for the 36th consecutive year since 1983. The special relationship illustrates Renault’s commitment to the cinema for over 120 years.
With a jury chaired by Mexican filmmaker Alejandro González Iñarritu, the 72nd Cannes Film festival will feature, among others, the latest film by Claude Lelouch, The Best Years of a Life, starring an Alpine A110.
The official fleet of the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, comprising nearly 300 Renault vehicles including 200 Espace Initiale Paris and 60 Talisman, will transport the guests, jury members and partners throughout the two-week event.
The competitors in the Formula Renault Eurocup and Clio Cup France are preparing for a year punctuated by BRM Chronographes thanks to the partnership between the French watchmaker and Renault Sport Racing.
Octo’s telematics services and data analytics will be used by RCI Bank and Services, Groupe Renault’s global finance company, to enhance customer relationships and loyalty.
Groupe Renault has joined the E-VIA FLEX-E consortium, the first High Power charging network for electric vehicles in southern Europe.
Under this move, Groupe Renault continues to support the deployment of High Power charging infrastructure across Europe.
Renault is revving up its preparations for the return of Formula 1 racing to France at Circuit Paul Ricard (Le Castellet) later this year, after confirming an official partnership with the Grand Prix de France Public Interest Group (GIP).
- Dacia is the supporting partner of England’s 2017 Wheelchair Rugby League World Cup bid
- Deal is an extension of the car brand’s existing relationship with Rugby Football League
- Underlines Dacia’s commitment to all levels of the game
BP and Renault Sport Racing have today announced a new partnership which will see the global oil company join the recently reformed Renault Sport Formula One Team in support of their ambition to fight for the World Championship in the next five years. BP and Castrol, the oil company’s global lubricant brand, will provide fuels and lubricants for the upcoming Formula 1 season, which gets underway in Melbourne, Australia, in March.