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Why Massa has had a good start to his Rookie Season in Formula E

Felipe Massa has come under a lot of pressure over the first quarter of Formula E season for not achieving a points scoring position regularly. However, Massa has actually had a strong start to his rookie career as a Formula E driver, despite only picking up four points from the first four races of the […]

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Da Costa
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Da Costa happy with podium despite steering issues.

Antonio Felix Da Costa was delighted to end his race on the podium despite having steering issues after a collision with Sebastien Buemi.  The BMW driver was fighting for fourth place when he came across Buemi at Turn 3. Da Costa who was in Attack Mode dived down the inside and made contact with the Nissan […]

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Di Grassi
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“Best race of my career”: Di Grassi

Lucas Di Grassi has called his victory in Mexico the “best race of my career” after he took victory on the line to claim his first victory of season five.  The Brazilain stole the victory away from Pascal Wehrlein after the final corner as the Mahindra driver ran out of usable energy coming towards the […]

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Vergne
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Vergne ends Testing fastest in Mexico

Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne set the fastest-ever lap in a Formula E car around the Mexico City E-Prix with a time of 58.775.  Stoffel Vandoorne went second fastest for HWA with a lap time of 58.817s in a session were HWA needed to find out more about there car to help it develop. Pascal Wehrlein who placed […]

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Abt
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Abt leads Audi 1-2 in Morning test

Daniel Abt lead an Audi one-two in the morning testing session as the German ended the session 0.045 of a second quicker than Lucas Di Grassi.  Felipe Massa continued his strong showing at Mexico as he finished the session third fastest with a lap time of 58.977, 0.060 slower than Abt’s time of a 58.917 […]

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Wehrlein
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Werhlein looking at the positives despite Mexico heartbreak

Pascal Werhlein tried to remain positive after a heartbreaking final lap which saw him relinquish the lead of the race on the finish line and being slapped with a five-second penalty, which dropped him off the podium.  The Mahindra driver secured pole position for Mexico Eprix in only his third start in the series and […]

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Anything is possible for Mahindra in Mexico

Mahindra Racing are confident that they can maintain there strong start to the season in Mexico.  The Indian team picked a victory in Marrakesh with Jerome D’Ambrosio, while Pascal Werhlein secured a second place finish in Santiago. Team Principal Dilbagh Gill believes that anything is possible for his team in Mexico, and they have proved […]

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Virgin “Not getting carried away” with early success

Envision Virgin Racing’s Managing Director Sylvain Filippi says the team is “not getting carried away” ahead of the next Formula E race in Mexico City, despite it leading both the teams’ and the drivers’ championships. The squad enjoyed their eighth career win last time out in Santiago thanks to British driver Sam Bird, continuing both […]

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Vergne
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Vergne looking for first win

Jean-Eric Vergne is looking to claim their first win of the season in Mexico after an “unlucky” start to the season.  The Chinese team have proved to be one of the quickest cars in Formula E this season, but different circumstances have stopped them from coming away with victories in season five. Vergne looked set to win […]

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Nasr to replace Guenther at Dragon

Former Sauber Formula 1 driver Felipe Nasr will replace Max Guenther at Dragon Racing for the remainder of the season. It is believed that Nasr was Dragon’s original choice for the seat, but contract issues delayed the Brazilian driver from entering the series in Saudi Arabia. Nasr was also set to test the Dragon Racing car […]

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