Renault e.dams is the most successful team in the short history of the FIA Formula E Championship.
With two teams’ championship titles e.Dams won the 2016 and 2014 titles- one driver title and nine wins, it has set the benchmark since the series inception in 2014.
The chassis are built by a French company SPARK and are made of a carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite.
They have been crash-tested to the same stringent standards as Formula 1. Each of the teams has four cars.
The bodywork, wings and suspension are also produced by SPARK, which was established especially for Formula E.
For Season 2 the teams were allowed to produce their own rear suspension.
The settings need to be the same on both sides and the wheelbase has to be the same as in Season 1.
Renault Sport specification
Single motor with high grade permanent magnet
Single inverter integrated with the motor
Maximum power: 200 kW (270 bhp) , regulated by FIA
In race mode: 170 kW (230 bhp), regulated by FIA
Braking regeneration power: 150 kW regulated by FIA
Lives: Saint-Chamond, France
FIA Formula E Championship record to date
2 Fastest laps
203 Total points