Renault e.dams takes a third consecutive Formula E teams’ championship.

 

Sebastien Buemi wins the Formula E drivers’ title with Renault e.dams taking a second consecutive teams’ championship.

 

After taking four wins, e.dams becomes the inaugural teams’ champion in Formula E.

 

e.dams division is created, and partnered with Renault, to enter the ground-breaking new all-electric FIA Formula E Championship.

 

Carlos Sainz continues DAMS’ record in Formula Renault 3.5.

Seven victories led to the teams’ and drivers’ championship before making his F1 debut with Toro Rosso.

DAMS does the double again in GP2 with Jolyon Palmer.

Taking the teams’ and drivers’ championships, the Brit went on to compete for Renault in F1.

In its second year back in Formula Renault 3.5, DAMS wins the teams’ and drivers’ titles with Kevin Magnussen.

The Dane moved to F1 with McLaren the following year.

DAMS takes its first GP2 teams’ title and back-to-back drivers’ championships with Davide Valsecchi.

 

After taking the GP2 Asia championship during the winter, Romain Grosjean takes the GP2 Series title before moving to F1 with Lotus.

 

Romain Grosjean becomes the first Auto GP champion.

DAMS locked out the top three in the drivers’ standings to take the teams’ title.