Buemi and Renault complete Formula E clean sweep

Updated 1905 GMT (0305 HKT) July 3, 2016
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Sebastien Buemi won the drivers' championship beating Lucas di Grassi by two points secured by setting the fastest lap in the race. Spacesuit Media
It was a day of triple triumph for Renault e.Dams at the Formula E London ePrix on Sunday. Nico Prost (right) won both the weekend's races while Buemi (left) clinched the drivers' title. The French team also sealed the Constructors' title. Stef Blendis/CNN
Buemi and di Grassi collided in the opening moments of the Sunday's title-deciding race. Here, di Grassi comes into the pit lane for repairs. Matt Knight/CNN
Buemi was also forced into the pits for repairs. With both men out of the battle for podiums places, the race was now on to see who could pick up two extra points by setting the fastest lap of the race. Shivraj Gohil
It was Buemi who prevailed to take the Formula E world title 155 points to di Grassi's 153. Matt Percival/CNN
Di Grassi was hoping to emulate his countryman Nelson Piquet Jr who won the Formula E drivers' title last season. Matt Knight/CNN
Piquet and his Nextev team couldn't compete for the top places this year finishing down the field with Piquet recording his best finish (8th) at the second race in Malaysia. Matt Knight/CNN
A Dragon Racing car heads into the pit lane during qualifying. Matt Knight/CNN
Fans watching the qualifying action on Sunday in the leafy surrounds of Battersea Park. Matt Knight/CNN
The track was lined with spectators for the 33-lap race. Matt Knight/CNN
A stripped down Formula E car being prepared for Sunday's race. Matt Knight/CNN
IAAF president Sebastien Coe was among the VIP guests at Sunday's race. Matt Knight/CNN
Even the sun turned up -- although this race marshal was taking no chances given the recent weather in London! Matt Knight/CNN
With the title clinched for Renault e.Dams, Supercharged presenter gives co-founder Alain Prost a congratulatory hug. Matt Knight/CNN