The Alpine A110-50 is the most interesting car Renault has come up with since… well, the original Alpine I guess. So naturally the car is at the top of the list for their Goodwood Festival of Speed lineup. This car alone is worth visiting the event, but there’s more where that came from. Renault has apparently learned its lesson and forgone bringing vans with green windows to the festival, and is only focusing on the fun stuff.
So besides the fancy A110 which by the way celebrates the 50th anniversary of the legendary car, Renault’s moving motor show also includes RS01 and RE40 Formula 1 cars, the rally-winning R5 Maxi Turbo, Alpine A443 and the current Mégane Trophy race car. These will be driven up the hill by Carlos Tavares, Chief Operating Officer of Renault, as well as Alain Prost, Jean Ragnotti and other well-known Renault drivers.
The current Clio and Mégane Renaultsports will also be present – why wouldn’t they – and among the less interesting items we have the Renault’s first four-cylinder engine, which won the Paris-Vienna race in 1902, the Viva Grand Sport from 1935, plus the production version of the 100% electric ZOE supermini. Fair enough.