Comments - Renault Launching Gordini Track Cars

Published: Nov 07, 2012
Description: If you, like us, were disappointed when Renault revived the Gordini name only to use it on some striped hatchbacks, we've got some good news. Reports from Europe indicate that the French automake...
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Carlton Salmon Nov 07, 2012
Say farewell to the last great normally aspirated hot hatchback. We probably won't see its kind again, sadly.
Description: Gordini teamed up with Renault to compete at Le Mans in the 60s, the latter formally acquiring the former in 1969. After decades of allowing it to lay domant, Renault created a lot of hype a few years...
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Description: The French automaker seems to have learned from its mistakes, though, relaunching the Alpine name for a sportscar to be co-developed with Caterham. With Alpine soon to be back on the map, Renault has ...
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Emil Ilie Bratu Nov 07, 2012
Hehe, i'm writing from Romania, we bought the patent for this car and the next and we produced them locally under the name Dacia 1100 for this one and Dacia 1300 for the next one. Brings back memories!
Wissam Nasr Nov 09, 2012
This is one of the most successful model Renault 12. The Gordini version was great
Emil Ilie Bratu Nov 07, 2012
Dacia 1300 all the way!