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– Renault will exit Formula E at the end of Season 4
– Renault will focus resources on its aggressive goals for Formula 1, and looks forward to continuing to gain benefits from motorsport racing across the Alliance with Nissan.”
– Renault and Nissan will work together to ensure a smooth transition, leveraging the expertise and development already available

Renault today confirmed it will exit Formula E at the end of Season 4, in July 2018. An inaugural partner in Formula E, Renault e.dams clinched its third consecutive FE Teams’ title in Montreal at the end of July 2017 and will soon begin Season 4. Read More »

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Created three years ago, the FIA Formula E championship saw Renault confirm its supremacy. The performance and energy of Renault e.dams was duly rewarded today, as the French squad was crowned FIA Formula E champions for a third consecutive season. They are currently the only team in the category who has won the teams’ title. Read More »

Renault e.dams enjoyed a strong race in the New York City double header and penultimate round of the FIA Formula E Championship. The fourth place from Pierre Gasly and the sixth position for Nico Prost allow the team to extend their lead in the Teams’ standings by 65 points over their nearest rival and Séb Buemi to remain on top of the Drivers’ championship with an advantage of 10 points. Read More »

Renault e.dams enjoyed a strong second race in the Berlin ePrix double header thanks to a victory from Séb Buemi and an eighth position from Nico Prost. Not only that, they extended their lead in the Teams’ Championship, while Séb Buemi remains the man to beat in the Drivers’ standings with a commanding advantage. Read More »

Renault e.dams is pleased to announce they will continue their successful partnership with Sébastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost until 2019.

Renault e.dams has won 11 races with this outstanding duo. Furthermore, they have achieved two consecutive Teams’ titles and the Drivers’ crown with Sébastien Buemi in 2016. Read More »

Renault e.dams enjoyed a successful Qatar Airways Paris ePrix with Séb Buemi claiming his fifth win of the season from six races. Nico Prost was fifth with both drivers enjoying a strong race which finished under safety car conditions.

Earlier this morning, in cold temperatures, Seb Buemi topped the timesheets for Free Practice 1 with a fastest laptime of 1:01.998s. Read More »

The Renault e.Dams team goes into the Paris ePrix race tomorrow as the Formula e Championship leader with drivers Sebastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost respectively first and third in the drivers’ championship. After securing pole position and a win at the last round in Monaco the team will be hoping for a strong result on the streets of Paris this weekend. Read More »

Renault e.dams leave the Principality with a return to the winning feeling: from pole to victory, Séb Buemi scored a total of 28 points, while from the back of the grid, Nico Prost made a strong comeback to finish in the points with ninth place.

The second visit to the Monaco ePrix opened under blue skies and in sunny conditions. All drivers were eager to go on track as there was no shakedown on Friday. Read More »

renault-buenos17Renault e.dams has won the third ePrix of season three of the FIA Formula E Championship with a mature and confident drive from Sébastien Buemi on the Puerto Madero circuit. The win is Séb’s third in a row and the team’s sixth consecutive victory, taking the Renault e.dams tally to twelve from twenty-four ePrix since the series inauguration, a 50% success rate. Read More »

It was a case of simulated gears and loadings in Las Vegas for Renault e.dams driver duo Sébastien Buemi and Nico Prost in the ground-breaking Visa Vegas eRace on the electronically represented streets of Nevada’s Sin City.renault-vegas17a Read More »