Team Information
Based Flag of France Le Mans, France
Début Flag of China 2014 Beijing ePrix
Founder Alain Prost
Jean-Paul Dirot
Key People Unknown
Driver(s) Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi (No. 23)
Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland (No. 22)
Flag of France Nicolas Prost
Flag of France Pierre Gasly
Car Nissan IM01
Sponsor(s) Unknown
Website Renault e.Dams
Team Stats
Last Season 4th (190 pt(s))
Entries 58
Wins 16
First Win Flag of Uruguay 2014 Punta del Este ePrix
Points 1,093
Poles 21
Podiums 31
Fastest Laps 11
Titles 3 (2014/15; 2015/16; 2016/17)
Current Season
Entrant Flag of France Nissan e.Dams
Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland
Seb Buemi 100px
4th (84 Pt(s)) 5th (83 Pt(s))
Team Standings
2nd (167 Pt(s))

e.Dams, competing under the name Nissan e.Dams, are an entrant in the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, running with manufacturer backing from Nissan.[1][2] Based in Le Mans, France, e.Dams are FE's most successful team, having won the Teams' Championship three times in a row, and supported lead driver Sébastien Buemi to the title in 2015/16.[3]

Throughout their time in FE e.Dams have been associated with Renault, a relationship that would go on for a fourth straight season in 2017/18, until Renault announced their withdrawal at the end of the season.[4] Fortunately for e.Dams, Renault would be replaced by alliance partners Nissan, who agreed to have the French based team run their FE squad for 2018/19.[4]

The first season of the Nissan e.Dams partnership saw the squad emerge with impressive one-lap pace, claiming pole in six poles and a single victory at the 2019 New York City E-Prix I.[5] That left the squad in fourth in the Championship with 190 points, although their dual motor powertrain was ultimately outlawed at the end of the season.[5][6]


e.dams-Renault were formed in 2013, specifically for the Formula E Championship.[2] Co-founder Jean-Paul Dirot brought experience of running the French A1 GP Series team as well as cars in GP2 Series/Formula Two and Formula Renault.[2] Alain Prost (the other co-founder) brought his experience as a four time Formula One champion to the team, as well as his son, Nicolas.[2]

Formula E History

Nicolas Prost and Sébastien Buemi ran for e.dams-Renault throughout the entire 2014/15 season.[2] Buemi impressed early on, setting the fastest lap at the Donington Park test on two successive days.[2] Prost, meanwhile, started the season on pole position for the 2014 Beijing ePrix, ultimately missing out on victory after a late crash with Nick Heidfeld.[7] Prost's pace was to be rewarded with victory later in the season at Miami, after Buemi took victory in the 2014 Punta del Este ePrix.[8]

Buemi's form saw him become a title contender through the second half of the season, as Prost's pace, and fortune, deserted him. Buemi claimed his second victory of the season (becoming the first to do so, and the first to win from pole position) at the 2015 Monaco ePrix, with himself, Lucas di Grassi and Nelson Piquet Jr. favourites for the title.[9] e.dams then made a mistake during the 2015 Moscow ePrix, which cost both of their drivers valuable points, particularly when the events that were to unfold in London were taken into account.[10] Having failed to read the briefing notes earlier in the day, e.dams made both of their stops ten seconds longer, costing both Buemi and Prost time and positions on track, with ten seconds the difference between Buemi in ninth, and António Félix da Costa in seventh.[10]

e.dams London weekend was a vast improvement over Moscow, with the team taking the Teams' Championship with a race to spare in the First London ePrix.[11] With Buemi winning the race from pole, the Swiss driver was left just three points behind Piquet at the start of the season ending 2015 London ePrix II.[11] The Driver's Title would come down to the final corner of the race, however, with Buemi unable to pass Bruno Senna into the final corner of the season, meaning Nelson Piquet Jr. won the Championship by a single point.[12]

Second edition

E dams Renault logo

The logo of Renault e.Dams in their second season

Immediately after the London ePrix, e.dams-Renault confirmed their entry as a manufacturer backed team for 2015/16, with Renault building a powertrain for them.[13] The team were rebranded as Renault e.Dams to mark the work of the French car manufacturers in building the team's 2015/16 challenger, the Renault Z.E. 15. This work was reflected at the 2015 Donington Test, where the new car completed 353 laps over the six days, with only one fault affecting Buemi over the entire three week programme. Buemi and Prost (who also completed the test) were later confirmed as the drivers for the team, with themselves, and ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport expected to be the major title contenders.[14]

It would be an excellent start to the season for e.Dams, with Buemi taking pole, fastest lap and victory in Beijing to become the first man to score maximum points.[7] Yet, the new car did have flaws, and when the Swiss racer was all set to repeat his Beijing feats in Putrajaya, an overheating issue sent him tumbling down the order just before the stops.[15] These concerns were resolved in time for the 2015 Punta del Este ePrix, however, and Buemi duly claimed a second win of the season, despite missing out on pole.[16]

The following rounds would see Buemi record two second places, the latter one in Mexico City seeing him return to the top of the Drivers' Championship.[17] That round would also see Prost get onto the podium for the first time, the Frenchman finally getting on terms with his teammate by finishing third.[17] A difficult weekend in Long Beach followed as both cars got caught out by incidents, leaving Buemi to only pick up points for fastest lap.[18]

e.Dams then headed to Paris for their home race, confident that they could record a home victory as the French capital made its ePrix debut.[19] Yet, a poor qualifying saw both Prost and Buemi have to battle their way up the order in the race, with the latter getting onto the podium as major rival di Grassi claimed victory for ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport.[19] Fortunately for e.Dams, the following round in Berlin suited their car, and when Buemi claimed victory on ABT's home turf it left the Swiss racer just a point away from di Grassi.[20]

Into the season ending double header in London, and a poor qualifying session for the 2016 London ePrix I saw both Buemi and di Grassi battle up the order, the latter extending him title lead to three points.[21] That race also saw Prost pick up his first win of the season, a victory that also put e.Dams in prime position to win the Teams' Championship.[21] Then came the finale itself, with Buemi managing to get level on points with di Grassi by claiming pole for the 2016 London ePrix II, with Prost lining up alongside.[3]

At the start it would be the two e.Dams drivers trying to box in di Grassi into the first braking zone, with Buemi opting to take it easy through the turn three on the opening lap.[3] The Brazilian, however, misjudged the closing speed and slammed into the back of the Swiss racer, leaving both cars out of the race with heavy damage, and seemingly earning himself the title by virtue of having more third places.[3] Yet, there were still two points on offer for fastest lap, and despite di Grassi's best attempts to block him, Buemi and e.Dams found enough space for the Swiss racer to obliterate the lap record and win his first FE title.[3] His personal efforts also helped e.Dams to complete the defence of their Teams' title, although that was ultimately secured when Prost swept home to take a second victory of the weekend.[3]

Renault revelling

For the 2016/17 season there would be little change for e.Dams, with both Prost and Buemi retained, while Renault continued to support them as a factory effort.[22] They would not, however, be the only team to run the new Renault Z.E. 16, as the French car maker had sold a quartet of cars to new team Techeetah, although those cars would not receive any real support.[23] Regardless, it would be Buemi and e.Dams who proved to be the class of the field at the 2016 Donington Test, where the Swiss racer smashed the circuit record to set the fastest lap of the test.

Renault Retirement

Renault ZE 17

The new-for-2017 Renault Z.E. 17 in its e.Dams livery.

There was little change at e.Dams ahead of the 2017/18 season, with Renault again providing manufacturer backing, while Buemi and Prost were retained as drivers.[24] Yet, the e.Dams squad would be overshadowed by Renault's customer team Techeetah at the opening round of the season, with the Chinese squad getting a podium with the new Renault Z.E. 17, while Buemi and Prost recorded just seven points between them across the two races.[25] Fortunately for them Buemi's loss of pace appeared to be a blip, for the Swiss racer secured pole in Marrakech, before going on to finish second to Felix Rosenqvist.[26]

In truth, e.Dams' 2017/18 season had been rocked completely by the announcement that Renault would leave FE at the end of the season, a revelation that came before the start of the season.[4] e.Dams, however, would secure a deal with Renault's alliance partners Nissan for the 2018/19 season, and would duly run Nissan backed racer Mitsunori Takaboshi alongside DAMS Formula Two racer Alexander Albon at the 2018 Rookie Test.[27] Albon would finish the test as the faster of the pair, although both were well off the pace of e.Dams' old rivals ABT Sportsline, as well as the Techeetahs.[28]

After the Rookie Test Buemi proved that he still had pace in the Renault Z.E. 17, with the Swiss racer taking further podia in Santiago and Mexico City.[29] Prost, meanwhile, would embark on a six race pointless run after the Santiago race, while Buemi could only secure mid-top ten finishes from Rome until Zürich.[30] That meant that e.Dams had lost their Teams' Championship crown well in advance of the season finale, with the French squad fighting just to finish in the top half of the table.[30]

Yet, Buemi would again rediscover his form from the previous three FE seasons, and duly claimed pole position ahead of the 2018 New York City E-Prix I, while Prost made only his second appearance of the season in Super Pole.[31] Yet, Buemi would be powerless to prevent the two Audis from barging past, while Prost slipped to a lowly tenth having run mid-pack throughout the race.[31] Buemi again claimed pole in a damp qualifying session for the second New York City E-Prix, although he was ultimately knocked off the podium.[32]

Nouveau Nissan

For 2018/19 e.Dams would obtain backing from Japanese manufacturer Nissan, whom joined FE in place of global partners Renault, and would use a powertrain built by the French manufacturer developed before their withdrawal.[4] The new "Nissan e.Dams" team would retain the services of Buemi, but announced that Prost would leave the team at the end of the 2017/18 season after a difficult campaign.[33] The Frenchman was duly replaced by Alexander Albon ahead of the 2018 Valencia Test, although the Anglo-Thai racer would ultimately leave the team without ever driving the car after obtaining a drive in Formula One.[34][35] His seat was therefore taken by e.Dams' former reserve driver Oliver Rowland.[36]

The season opening round in Ad Diriyah saw the two Nissans run in the midfield for most of the race, with Rowland able to match Buemi's pace throughout.[37] Buemi subsequently scored an eighth place in Marrakech as Rowland failed to score, before the Swiss ace secured the first pole position for Nissan at the 2019 Santiago E-Prix.[38] Unfortunately their hopes of a maiden victory were shattered mid-race when Buemi crashed out while fighting with Bird for the lead, while Rowland likewise had a race ending trip to the barriers later on.[38]

Another disappointing race in Mexico City followed, the two Nissans dropping out of the points on the last lap due to an energy consumption miscalculation, before another double retirement in Hong Kong.[39] Rowland duly bounced back to claim his maiden pole position at the 2019 Sanya E-Prix, only to missout on victory to a late lunge by Jean-Éric Vergne, while Buemi was slapped with a post-race penalty for causing a collision with Robin Frijns that also took out arch-rival di Grassi.[40] A double points finish followed in Rome, before the squad headed to their home race in Paris to try and claim an increasingly rare victory.[41]

Indeed, in spite of Rowland claiming pole position after Pascal Wehrlein was excluded, the Paris E-Prix would be disastrous affair for e.Dams, with both Buemi and Rowland picking up damage while fighting at the head of the field.[41] They hence both dropped to the back of the field, both while leading the race, before enjoying a stronger weekend in Monte Carlo a fortnight later.[42] Rowland would once again claim pole position, only to serve a grid penalty for his antics in Paris, before inheriting second when Wehrlein sent himself wide at Sainte Devote, while Buemi slipped down the order.[42]

Buemi outlined the Nissan's inherent pace at the following round in Berlin, although he would missout on victory after rival di Grassi charged past early on to claim a dominant victory.[43] Another strong race for the e.Dams squad followed in Bern, with Buemi finishing on the podium after race long fight with Vergne and Mitch Evans to keep his title hopes alive.[44] That result came amid news that Nissan's dual motor powertrain was to be outlawed at the end of the season, after concerns by rivals that such a system could be manipulated to increase the amount of re-gen a car could achieve.[45]

Regardless, Buemi and e.Dams would arrive at the season finale in New York City knowing that they could win both Championships if they had a perfect weekend.[46] Buemi duly claimed an impressive maiden victory for Nissan in the opening race of the weekend from pole, but remained an outside shot for the title, while Rowland's failure to score meant that e.Dams were out of the Teams Championship hunt.[46] Buemi's title hopes were ultimately extinguished when he failed to claim pole for the season ending 2019 New York City E-Prix II, although the Swiss ace would round out the season on the podium in third.[5]

Come the end of the season Nissan e.Dams had scored 190 points and fourth in the Championship, missing out on third on the final day to Envision Virgin Racing by just a single point.[5]

A Single Solution: 2019/20

A difficult summer for Nissan e.Dams followed, with the Japanese-French alliance having to develop a whole new powertrain design based around a single motor.[45] Yet, stability elsewhere, including the retention of both Rowland and Buemi for the season, would ensure that the project ran smoothly, and proved competitive at the 2019 Valencia Test.[1][47]

Formula E Record

The tables below show E.Dams's full record in the FIA Formula E Championship.

Formula E Entries

The table below gives an overview of E.Dams's entries in Formula E:

E.Dams's overall Formula E Record
Season Official name No. Drivers DC Pos. DC Pts. Car TC Pos. TC Pts.
2014/15 Flag of France e.dams-Renault 8 Flag of France Nicolas Prost 6th 88 (89) Spark-Renault SRT_01E 1st 232
9 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 2nd 143
2015/16 Flag of France Renault e.Dams 8 Flag of France Nicolas Prost 3rd 115 Renault Z.E. 15 1st 270
9 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 1st 155
2016/17 Flag of France Renault e.Dams 8 Flag of France Nicolas Prost 6th 93 Renault Z.E. 16 1st 268
9 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 2nd 157
9 Flag of France Pierre Gasly 16th 18
2017/18 Flag of France Renault e.Dams 8 Flag of France Nicolas Prost 19th 8 Renault Z.E. 17 5th 133
9 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 4th 125
2018/19 Flag of France Nissan e.Dams[48] 22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland*[36] 10th 71 Nissan IM01 4th 190
23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[49] 2nd 119
2019/20 Flag of France Nissan e.Dams[1] 22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland[50] Nissan IM02
23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[50]
  • * Alexander Albon was originally signed to drive for Nissan e.Dams in 2018/19, but subsequently moved to Toro Rosso in Formula One before the start of the season.[34][51]

Career Results

Listed below are the full career results of E.Dams:

FIA Formula E Championship Record
Year Driver Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
2014/15 Flag of China Flag of Malaysia Flag of Uruguay Flag of Argentina Flag of the United States Flag of the United States Flag of Monaco Flag of Germany Flag of Russia Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom 1st 232
Prost 12th 4th 7th 2nd 1st 14th 6th 10th 8th 7th 10th
Buemi Ret 3rd 1st Ret 13th 4th 1st 2nd 9th 1st 5th
2015/16 Flag of China Flag of Malaysia Flag of Uruguay Flag of Argentina Flag of Mexico Flag of the United States Flag of Monaco Flag of Germany Flag of Russia Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of the United Kingdom 1st 270
Prost Ret 10th 5th 5th 3rd 11th 4th 4th CAN 1st 1st
Buemi 1st 12th 1st 2nd 2nd 16th 3rd 1st CAN 5th Ret
2016/17 Flag of Hong Kong Flag of Morocco Flag of Argentina Flag of Mexico Flag of Monaco Flag of France Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of the United States Flag of the United States Flag of Canada Flag of Canada 1st 248
Prost 4th 4th 4th 5th 9th 5th 5th 8th 8th 6th 6th Ret
Buemi 1st 1st 1st 13th 1st 1st DSQ 1st DSQ 11th
Gasly 7th 4th
2017/18 Flag of Hong Kong Flag of Hong Kong Flag of Morocco Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Uruguay Flag of Italy Flag of France Flag of Germany Flag of Switzerland Flag of the United States Flag of the United States 5th 133
Prost 9th 8th 13th 10th Ret 15th 14th 16th 14th Ret 10th 11th
Buemi 11th 10th 2nd 3rd 3rd Ret 6th 5th 4th 5th 3rd 4th
2018/19 Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Morocco Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Hong Kong Flag of China Flag of Italy Flag of France Flag of Monaco Flag of Germany Flag of Switzerland Flag of the United States Flag of the United States 4th 190
Rowland 7th 15th Ret 20th Ret 2nd 6th 12th 2nd 8th Ret 14th 6th
Buemi 6th 8th Ret 21st Ret 8th 5th 15th 5th 2nd 3rd 1st 3rd
2019/20 Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Morocco Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany 2nd 167
Rowland 4th 5th 17th 7th 9th 14th 7th 6th 5th 1st Ret
Buemi Ret 12th 13th 3rd 4th 7th 2ndG 11th 3rd 10th 3rdG


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