Renault, who have a British-based Formula One team and engine factory in France, have no plan to remove resources or staff as a result of Brexit, according to Renault Sport F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul.
Asked about the impact on the team of Britain's departure from the European Union in 2019, the Frenchman said British-based teams with sponsorship contracts in dollars had seen an immediate benefit due to the weaker pound.
"We have to see long-term how that evolves because that is not a situation that is sustainable," he added.
"Then we will have to look at the movement of staff, because clearly we need to attract talent from everywhere around the world and we need to make sure that the UK remains a place that is welcoming talents from wherever they are.
"We have lots of movement of staff between France and the UK. That's something we will look at carefully."