DAMS competes in the FIA GT Championship with the Panoz Esperante GTR-1 Ford. 

The team took two podiums in Hockenheim and Dijon during the 1998 season.

Jean-Christophe Boullion gives DAMS a second consecutive F3000 drivers’ title and is promoted to F1 with Sauber.

He would race again with DAMS during its 1997 24 Hours of Le Mans assault with Panoz.

Olivier Panis takes three wins on the way to the F3000 drivers’ title.

He moved to F1 the following year with Ligier, with who he would claim his famous 1996 Monaco Grand Prix victory.

DAMS wins its first international title, with Erik Comas claiming the F3000 drivers’ championship.

Allan McNish scores two wins in his rookie season to finish fourth in the standings.

In its first racing season, DAMS scores three wins with Erik Comas and Erik Bernard in International Formula 3000.

They finished second and third in the drivers’ championship respectively.

Driot Associés Motor Sport (DAMS) is founded by Jean-Paul Driot and seven-time Formula 1 Grand Prix winner Rene Arnoux.