Renault was a founding technological partner of the FIA Formula E Championship in 2013. Formula E is an all-electric racing series that uses single-seat purpose-built cars and races on city-centre circuits.
Renault entered the first ever FIA Formula E Championship season in 2014-2015 and won the Championship for Teams that year along with its partner, e.dams. Nelson Piquet Jr won the Championship for Drivers equipped with a Renault powertrain.
Renault and e.dams went on to win the Championship for Teams again in seasons two and three. In season two, 2015-2016, Renault e.dams driver Sébastien Buemi won the Championship for Drivers. In 2017-2018 Jean-Eric Vergne won the Championship for Drivers in his Spark-Renault Z.E. 17 car.
Renault therefore powered three drivers to the title in the first four seasons of Formula E, and won three of the four Teams championships in the same period.
In addition to its three Teams championships and its Drivers championship the Renault e.dams team won 15 races in its four seasons in Formula E, five more than any other team, before bowing out of the championship at the end of the 2017-2018 season.