24 May 2009 Oliver Turvey claims his first World Series by Renault victory at Monaco, while James Walker makes it two British drivers on the podium in third.
02 May 2009 Marcos Martinez secures victory in the opening race of the weekend Spa
19 April 2009 A perfect tactical decision by Marcos Martinez helps him score a double victory in the opening round of the World Series by Renault.
18 April 2009 Pons Racing ace Marcos Martinez thrills the home crowds with his maiden World Series by Renault victory in the 2009 season-opener in Barcelona.
08 June 2008 Robert Wickens battles back from a poor start to take his first World Series win.
07 June 2008 Salvador Duran shows off his overtaking skills with a superb win in the first race of the weekend at Silverstone. 
10 July 2005 Will Power extended the run of different winners in the World Series by Renault to seven at Le Mans, the Australian finally confirming the promise shown in pre-season testing with his first victory.
10 July 2005 Markus Winkelhock became the sixth winner in as many races in the World Series by Renault this season, the German beating countryman Daniel la Rosa and Robert Kubica in the first of the day's races at Le Mans. 
05 June 2005 From start to finish, the outcome of the second World Series by Renault race at Valencia's Circuit Ricardo Tormo remained in the balance, with a series of potential winners falling by the wayside with the chequered flag in sight.
05 June 2005 Epsilon Euskadi pulled off the first ever one-two in World Series by Renault history as Valencia poleman Felix Porteiro resisted team-mate Robert Kubica from lights to flag at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo.
22 May 2005 Starting from pole position, Christian Montanari remained unopposed in the first World Series by Renault round to support Formula One, clinching a comfortable victory on the mean streets of Monaco.
01 May 2005 A breath-taking second World Series by Renault event held the full attention of the 52,000 spectators present at Zolder, with pre-season pace-setter Robert Kubica eventually coming out on top.
01 May 2005 Victory Engineering's Enrico Toccacelo led from start to finish in the first race in the new-look World Series by Renault, claiming the win from fellow series newcomers Andreas Zuber and Robert Kubica.