19 July 2009 Bertrand Baguette wins his second race of the weekend at Le Mans to extend his newly acquired World Series by Renault Championship lead.
18 July 2009 Bertrand Baguette takes a decisive victory at Le Mans, while title rivals Marcos Martinez and James Walker fail to score.
18 July 2009 Jon Lancaster claims a maiden World Series by Renault pole position at Le Mans for former champions Comtec Racing.
05 July 2009 Charles Pic leads from start to finish at Silverstone to claim his first World Series by Renault win of the season.
04 July 2009 Marcos Martinez wins his fourth race of the year at Silverstone.
04 July 2009 Charles Pic secures the top spot on the starting grid for the Silverstone round of the 2009 World Series by Renault.
14 June 2009 Pasquale di Sabatino takes a surprise victory in the second World Series by Renault race of the weekend at the Hungaroring - with a rather unusual looking podium...
13 June 2009 Former GP2 Series star Fairuz Fauzy takes an unchallenged win for Mofaz Fortec in the first of the two World Series by Renault races at the Hungaroring this weekend.
13 June 2009 Championship leader Marcos Martinez secures the top spot on the starting grid for the Hungaroring round of the 2009 World Series by Renault.
24 May 2009 Oliver Turvey breaks his World Series by Renault duck at the Monaco Grand Prix support event; Fellow Briton James Walker finishes third. 
03 May 2009 James Walker wins his first World Series by Renault race for P1 Motorsport in the second race of the weekend at Spa-Francorchamps.
02 May 2009 Marcos Martinez secures victory in the opening World Series by Renault race of the weekend at Spa
02 May 2009 Bertrand Baquette takes pole position for Draco for the second rounds of the World Series by Renault
19 April 2009 Marcos Martinez wins his second World Series by Renault race of the weekend at the season opener in Barcelona. Sten Pentus and Chris van der Drift score podiums on their debut.
19 April 2009 Marcos Martinez claims first WSbR win as Pons returns to top step of podium on home soil.
18 April 2009 Charles Pic claims pole position for the World Series by Renault season opener after Miguel Molina has his best times cancelled.
19 October 2008 Esteban Guerrieri takes first WSbR victory, Julien Jouse wraps up second in points and team title for Tech 1.
19 October 2008 Julien Jousse takes first win of season to intensify battle for second overall behind absent Giedo van der Garde.
18 October 2008 Weather causes cancellation of SuperPole, Esteban Guerrieri takes pole in Barcelona.
28 September 2008 Miguel Molina scores his fourth career World Series by Renault win at Estoril as Giedo van der Garde secures the title.