The Dane duly delivered at Paul Ricard, winning race one from Antonio Félix da Costa (Arden Caterham) and Stoffel Vandoorne (Fortec Motorsports).
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.
Marco Sorensen (Lotus) added to his impressive second place in the streets of Monaco with a dominant weekend at the Red Bull Ring.
The Spanish team showed a very good performance potential with both Andrea Pizzitola and Nikolay Martsenko.
The team is looking forward to repeat the same results at the Hungaroring, at Paul Ricard and in the 2013 grand finale at Barcelona.
World Series by Renault returns to Moscow Raceway
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.
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Kevin Magnussen confirmed that he's one of the most serious title contenders this year.
Red Bull Ring will host World Series by Renault for the first time. Formula Renault 3.5 will start its second half of the season in Austria.
Zeta Corse successfully completed the day's programme and registered very encouraging performances from both Nikolay Martsenko and Roman Mavlanov.
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On Formula Renault 3.5 Series, Kevin Magnussen edges closer to the title.
The Ferrari Driver Academy’s talent, Raffaele Marciello, literally annihilated the rivals by occupying the first position from Wednesday to Friday.
Two pole positions, a victory and a third place crowned the French squad's efforts on the Spa circuit.
The team staff are now focused on tomorrow's sessions, confident that they have the potential for a much better result.
Zeta Corse closed the weekend struggling both in qualifying and in the race
The weekend proved very hard for Zeta Corse but this just gives the team more motivation to get back into the points.
The Spanish team was happy to welcome European F3 graduate William Buller and Frenchman Andrea Pizzitola, coming straight from the F.Renault 2.0 Eurocup.
Despite the rain relenting for the day’s opening session, the Belgian track was still damp when the drivers emerged.
The team was impressed by Fantin's commitment and professionalism and is looking forward to other chances to work with the Brazilian talent.
Rain fell hard on Motorland Aragon for the whole day, meaning that today's two sessions were held on a soaked track.