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Renault Signs On As Technical Partner In FIA Formula E Championship
May 16, 2013
Spark Racing Technology chose this technological expertise to optimize the electric and electronic layout; the 42 Formula E single-seaters built for the start of season one will be named 'Spark-Renault.'
Renault Signs On As Technical Partner In FIA Formula E Championship

Renault SAS has signed on as official Technical Partner of Spark Racing Technology to supply the Formula E cars to be entered in the FIA Formula E Championship.

The agreement was signed by Patrice Ratti, Renault Sport Technologies Managing Director and as a Renault SAS representative, Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings and Frédéric Vasseur, President of Spark Racing Technologies.

Renault’s ongoing involvement in motor racing’s series provides it with a unique technological laboratory, giving it an edge not only in the world of production vehicles but also on the race track. Renault’s technological excellence extends not only in F1 but also in all Z.E. range.

Spark Racing Technology sided toward this technological expertise to optimize the electric and electronic layout. The 42 Formula E single-seaters built for the beginning of the first season will be named "Spark-Renault."

For more information, visit formula-e-news.com.