e.dams

Three out of three: Three titles for Renault e.dams in three seasons of FIA Formula E championship

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, 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.

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12
OCT
2016
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault e.dams win Hong Kong ePrix

Renault e.dams win Hong Kong ePrix
Renault e.dams opened season three of the FIA Formula E Championship in emphatic fashion with Sébastien Buemi taking his seventh career Formula E win and Nico Prost working his way back through the field to finish fourth in the HKT Hong Kong ePrix.
The team leaves Hong Kong with 37 points in the Team Championship, ahead of ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport and Andretti Formula E who both have 18 points. 
 
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26
JUN
2015
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

E.Dams-Renault in pole position at Kidzania London

E.Dams-Renault in pole position at Kidzania London
Alain Prost and e.dams-Renault drivers Nicolas Prost and Sébastien Buemi at opening ahead of the Formula E championship final round
The e.dams-Renault Formula E team electrified the opening of the Renault establishment at KidZania London to provide exciting real-life Zero Emission engineering and racing experience for kids
Four times F1 World Champion Alain Prost and e.dams-Renault drivers Nicolas Prost and Sébastien Buemi present at opening ahead of the Formula E championship final round this weekend
KidZania is the UK’s first educational entertainment experience where kids can learn real-life skills in a fun and safe environment
 
In advance of the inaugural Visa ePrix in Battersea Park this weekend, the Formula E championship front-running e.dams-Renault team visited KidZania London to officially open the Renault establishment in the presence of four times F1 World Champion Alain Prost and edams-Renault drivers Nicolas Prost and Sébastien Buemi. 
 
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