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Renault e.dams

2016/2017 FIA Formula E Championship.
Mexico City ePrix, Autodromo Hermanos Rodr’guez, Mexico City, Mexico.
Saturday 1 April 2017.
Sebastien Buemi (SUI), Renault e.Dams, Spark-Renault, Renault Z.E 16. 
Photo: Zak Mauger/LAT/Formula E
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27 ePrix starts
14 wins
11 pole-positions

Formed as a collaboration between the highly-successful DAMS team and four-time F1 world champion Alain Prost, Renault e.dams took the inaugural Formula E teams’ title  while Sébastien Buemi lost out to Nelson Piquet Jr in the drivers’ title race by just one point. With a new Renault powertrain for season 2, the French squad was able to secure the title the second time around.

DAMS was founded back in 1988 by Jean-Paul Driot and former F1 driver René Arnoux, and has competed with a huge amount of success over the last 27 years. The team has won a total of 16 teams’ championships and 12 drivers’ championships in a wide array of single seater series, including International Formula 3000, GP2, Formula Renault 3.5 and A1GP World Cup of Motorsport – where they ran the French squad that took the inaugural title in 2005-06.

First entry: Beijing ePrix 2014
Point total: 692

Team Principal: Alain Prost
Team Manager: Jean-Paul Driot
Technical Director: Vincent Gaillardot
Team location: Le Plessis-Robinson, France


Current Drivers

Nicolas Prost_neu
Sebastien Buemi_neu

Technical data

Chassis: Renault Z.E 16
Manufacturer: Spark-Renault
Battery: Williams Advanced Engineering
Length/ Width: 5.000 mm/ 1.800 mm
Height: 1.250 mm
Weight: min. 880 kg including driver
Tyres: 18-inch Michelin