In the genes of the brand since 1898, motor racing has been one of the fundamental elements of Renault’s strategy.
On Sunday, Roberto Merhi took his second victory in this year’s Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
Now the teams is looking forward to the next championship round in Nurburgring, aiming to quickly return to this Saturday's form.
At the Moscow Raceway, the Spaniard dominated Pierre Gasly and Richie Stanaway, who claimed his first podium result in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
On the track, the weekend was highlighted by the two triumphs of Carlos Sainz (DAMS) in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series
The Belgian round of World Series by Renault ended with two DNFs for the team owned by Guto Negrão.
Roberto Merhi was punted by fellow competitor Stanaway at Les Combes and had no other option than retiring from the race.
Jazeman Jaafar kept momentum and crossed the line in third place once again just six days later, this time on the Belgian circuit.
The Italian young gun Luca Ghiotto took the flag in 6th place.
The World Series by Renault heads to Spa-Francorchamps to end the month of May.
After kicking off the weekend with a double in GP2 Series, DAMS added a third win to its laurels with Norman Nato's maiden victory in Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
Roman Mavlanov will line-up in 7th row after a good team effort from Zeta Corse in today's qualifying.
Motorland Aragón welcomed the two Formula Renault 3.5 Series races.
Will Stevens secured the hardest-earned podium of his single-seater career.
After being back at the pace he had showed in the opening round of the season at Monza, Ghiotto was aiming to score more points.
The team and both drivers will be back running in round 3 of the 2014 series, scheduled for May 25th at Monte Carlo.
Swiss racer Zöel Amberg delivered a great run by scoring 5th place in Race 2.