Renault sport spider. Used Renault Spider for sale

Renault Sport Spider Photos, Informations, Articles

Renault sport spider

With a curb weight of just over 2000 pounds, 60 mph came in 6. It would later enjoy use as a highly competent track-day machine and occasional historic racer. Following these, their focus was to involve their exciting, new lightweight sports car for 1996. Their interest in motorsport was reignited in the 1950s when tuning firm, Gordini and manufacturer, Alpine proceeded to put Renault on the rallying stage — A relationship that would earn the marque success for decades to come. Out on the road, the Spider is full of life, almost indecently so. We will happily assist with shipping worldwide.

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Used Renault Spider for sale

Renault sport spider

Road car built for track-day events with hard-back seats; harness; brake-bias; full cage; custom hard-top; Sadev 6-speed sequential gearbox as fitted to later Trophy cars. In the 1990s, the Williams-Renault dominated Formula 1 racing. If you don't win, the pre-authorization will be released. If you win the auction, your card will be charged for the service fee and you pay the seller directly for the vehicle. The powertrain is said to have no current needs. This Spider Trophy has recently had its braking system serviced, with new brake rotors from Renault Sport, Carbotech high-performance brake pads and a brake fluid change. The engine is currently described to have very little actual race time since the rebuild.

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Renault Sport Spider Photos, Informations, Articles

Renault sport spider

The Spider was designed to deliver thrills in acceleration, braking and ride without a motor sports budget. All receipts for the work are well documented and included with the sale. It initiated the idea of volume production with the assistance of Nogaro Technologies, specialists in the design of motor sports vehicles. A product of Renault Sport — and assembled in the same Dieppe, France facility that Alpine used to call home — the anticipation was great. A futuristic appeal The Spider has been turning heads since it was first unveiled at the 1995 Geneva Motor Show, prompting anyone coming across it for the first time to ask themselves: is it really a Renault Sport car? In its first incarnation, the Spider lacked a windshield. The Spider was not a typical vehicle in the Renault range.

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1999 Renault Sport Spider for sale on BaT Auctions

Renault sport spider

The Spider was the first ever road car badged as a Renault Sport and the Brand name has subsequently been used for all high performance Renault cars that are developed by the Renault Sport division which is a separate company with the Renault-Nissan Alliance. A total 1,726 Spider vehicles were produced, of which 80 models of the Spider Trophy cars, an international version reserved for competition. The original idea was to develop a fun high-performance sports model dedicated to track sports. The integrated roll bar and street legal lighting were added by the factory. Culpa deserunt eu in voluptate cupidatat enim occaecat in est officia aliquip do irure excepteur. The car is sold with a clear Ontario title.

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1997 Renault Sport Spider Coupe

Renault sport spider

Known nowadays as a powerhouse engine provider for Formula 1, the company has enjoyed no less than twelve World Championships in the sport. The answer is a categorical yes. The doors open upwards, and forward hinged panels allow access to the small trunk area and engine compartment. Front and rear suspension is comprised of double wishbones, coil springs, and anti-roll bars, while vented 300mm discs are fitted all around. When you bid we pre-authorize your credit card for the service fee this helps prevent fraud. The Spider received a spontaneous, enthusiastic welcome from both the public and the critics.

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LA PREMIÈRE RENAULT

Renault sport spider

In 1999 beat Plato's record of eight successive race wins in the Spiders by taking a clean sweep of 13 wins in all 13 races. Unusually, the Spider did not have a roof, either folding or hard-top. The car went on sale in early 1996, assembled at the factory in. The factory tonneau cover can be seen fitted in the photo above. Classic design from Alpine factory in Dieppe. The Spider was the first ever road car badged as a Renault Sport and the Brand name has subsequently been used for all high performance Renault cars that are developed by the Renault Sport division which is a separate company with the Renault Nissan Groupe.

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