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|Location||Dijon-Prenois track, France|
|Prints issue||LIMITED EDITION 50 prints ONLY|
|Shooting date||July 1st, 1979|
Renault is back on track with groundbreaking F1s, introducing the V6 Turbocharged engine mid-season on July 16, 1977, at the British Grand Prix in Silverstone.
The beginnings are difficult and the many abandons of the RS01 will earn it the delicious sobriquet of "Yellow Tea Pot" from our best English friends, given his propensity to finish its races in a plume of smoke.
But it was not counting on the talent and dedication of two major players of this period, the engineer Jean Sage and the driver Jean-Pierre Jabouille, who will not only make the car more reliable, but eventually make it win.
This photo shows their first victory with the RS10 at the famous Grand Prix de France in Dijon-Prenois in 1979.