When the RS4 engine replaced the RS3 at the Hungarian Grand Prix (race 11 of 16), the team were unstoppable. Over the course of the season, 15 poles and 10 victories (including six 1-2s) were recorded. The drivers’ title was won with two races to spare and Williams-Renault took the constructors’ title scoring 65 points more than closest rivals McLaren-Honda. The victory became the first in a long line of Formula One titles for Renault engines.