Stoffel Vandoorne set the fastest practice time for the World Series by Renault event in Monaco but he paid high price for "dangerous driving" by the stewards with a five-place grid penalty.
After starting from row eight on the grid, Nico Muller (International Draco Racing) took the victory from Kevin Magnussen (DAMS) and Sergey Sirotkin (ISR).
Kevin Magnussen took the first win of the World Series by Renault this weekend at the historic Spa circuit, and by doing so became the first series driver this year to earn two race victories.
Jazeman Jaafar tested with ISR late last year, as well as a number of other FR3.5 teams
The next WSR meeting will take place at Moscow Raceway in Russia on 22-23 June.
The Dane duly delivered at Paul Ricard, winning race one from Antonio Félix da Costa (Arden Caterham) and Stoffel Vandoorne (Fortec Motorsports).
Six drivers from the World Series by Renault series were guests at the Formula One race in Monza.
World Series by Renault returns to Moscow Raceway
Reigning Formula Renault 3.5 Series champion, Kevin Magnussen made his debut in the sport’s elite championship.
Jazeman Jaafar kept momentum and crossed the line in third place once again just six days later, this time on the Belgian circuit.
After six days of collective testing during a studious winter, the competitors of the Formula Renault 3.5 Series returned to competition at the Autodromo di Monza.
Marco Sorensen (Lotus) added to his impressive second place in the streets of Monaco with a dominant weekend at the Red Bull Ring.
The older son of former F1 driver Jan Magnussen will make his debut in the elite with the same outfit his father once drove for.