Reportaža - Megane R.S. Trophy - Renault klub Slovenija
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2015 Renault Sport RS 01 Spectacular Design with 3.8 Litre V6 Twin-Turbo Engine Performance
2015 Renault Sport RS 01 Spectacular Design
"Renault Sport R.S. 01 is a racing car of extraordinary design, symbolising
Renault's passion for motor sports. The spectacular design lines reflect in
themselves the ambitions of this exceptional car, thanks to the efforts and
enthusiasm of Laurens van den Acker and his team. Under the bodywork, it is
packed with cutting-edge systems from Renault Sport Technologies. The aim
is to achieve an advanced level of performance, delivering thrills for both
the driver and the public. If we had to sum up Renault Sport R.S. 01 in a
few words, we could describe it as a marriage between the beauty of Renault
DeZir and the performance of Formula Renault 3.5!" Patrice Ratti, CEO of
Renault Sport Technologies
"Renault Sport R.S. 01 is a spectacular racing car, in the purest tradition
of GT. With its high-level sporting capacities, Renault Sport R.S. 01
illustrates the rich expertise of Renaultsport, and its ability to develop
the racing cars that will reveal future GT or Endurance champions." Alain
Prost, Renault Ambassador for motorsport
Spectacular design, inspired by the world of concept cars
A car to thrill at first glance, Renault Sport R.S. 01 sets out to be one
of the world's most efficient GT racers. With every stroke of the design
pen, in the body lines and in the detail, the aim was twofold: to make
Renault Sport R.S. 01 an iconic Renault vehicle, and to contribute to track
performance through a constant quest for aerodynamic efficiency.
An emblematic front end, reflecting Renault's sporting genes
Like all the Renault vehicles designed under the management of Laurens van
den Acker, Renault Sport R.S. 01 displays a prominent logo, the key feature
on the front end. The vehicle's impressive width of 2,000 mm - for a height
of 1,116 mm - is reinforced by the signature of the LED daytime-running
lights positioned along the brake cooling scoops.
At the centre of the grille, the air is "sucked in" and channelled by the
stem of the chassis towards the two water coolers. It is then expelled
through the extractors positioned on the hood. The negative pressure
thereby created increases downforce at the front of the car. The large
blade of the lower splitter and the stepped flat bottom also contribute to
aerodynamics at the front. The two fins on the side of the bumper generate
vortices that limit the turbulence of the rotating wheels.
A low-slung, sculpted profile
Underlined by the graphic pattern running from the headlights to the side
air intakes, the low-slung profile is characteristic of a GT with a central
rear engine. The imbalance in the overhangs is dictated by vehicle
architecture and also by efforts to optimise weight distribution. The
windows extending back to the airfoil and the curved shape of the rear
bonnet further underline the choices made in design.
The sculpted lines of Renault Sport R.S. 01 bring to mind the concept car
DeZir, presented in 2010. In his preliminary study, designer Akio Shimizu
was also inspired by Renault Étoile Filante (shooting star), the
record-breaking vehicle that topped 300 kph at Bonneville Salt Flats in
Engine and Transmission
The semi-stressed engine is bolted to the carbon monocoque on the
distribution side, and to the roll cage at the top. Prepared by Nismo, the
3.8 litre V6 twin-turbo engine is
derived from the Nissan GT-R. The main change in relation to the production
model is the dry sump system intended to prevent oil surges during long
corners. The Pectel electronic unit features a traction control function.
turbo pressure is set to deliver over
500 hp with maximum torque of more than 600 N.m. This positions Renault
Sport R.S. 01 between a GT3 and a DTM in terms of performance.
Seven-speed sequential gearbox
The Nismo engine is mated to a longitudinal seven-speed gearbox supplied by
Sadev. With an eye to budget management, the same gear ratio sets will be
used for all tracks. However, it will be possible to adjust the preload
setting of the self-locking differential.
Activated by steering-wheel paddles, the sequential control system is
managed by an XAP electromagnetic actuator. Developed specially by ZF Race
Engineering, the clutch features an anti-stall function and is designed for
an extended service life.