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Caterham confirms end of sportscar partnership with Renault

Caterham Group has today confirmed that it has ended its partnership with Renault to develop sportscars, essentially by sellings its stake in Société des Automobiles Alpine Caterham back to Renault. The statement reads that Renault will now continue to develop its own Alpine sports car to be launched in 2016, as initially planned. Caterham Group also plans to continue with its own sports car. 'This acquisition brings to an end to the partnership signed in November 2012 by Renault and Caterham Group to develop and manufacture sports cars through a joint venture, Société des Automobiles Alpine Caterham, owned 50/50 by the two partners. Other forms of cooperation could still be envisaged...
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