The Story Of The First F1 Turbo

Craig Scarborough and Peter Windsor remember the Renault RS01 - the first car to take advantage of the 1966 F1 2:1 turbo equivalency rules. After making its debut at the 1977 British GP, the Michelin shod 1.5 litre Renault V6 turbo went on to change the face of F1 and motoring in general. For more technical insight, hit subscribe and also check out Rapid Tech on Motorsport.tv https://uk.motorsport.tv/program/rapid-tech/479