French manufacturer Renault has its own team and provides engines to former champions Red Bull and Toro Rosso.
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The French Formula One Grand Prix will return in 2018 after a 10-year absence with the race scheduled to take place at the Circuit Paul Ricard in southern France, regional politician Christian Estrosi said Monday.The country's most recent Formula One race was at Magny-Cours, in central France, in 2008 .France hosted the first recognized Grand Prix near Le Mans in 1906, and was part of the first world championship in 1950 in a race at Reims.PACA president Estrosi, an ex-mayor of Nice and a former car and motorcycle racer who finished fourth in the 1978 French 500cc Grand Prix at Nogaro, said the event was likely to happen in the European summer.
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