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Mortara remains at Venturi

Edorado Mortara will line up alongside Felipe Massa at Venturi for the 2018/2019 season of the Formula E Championship.  The Swiss- Italian driver joined the Monegasque team last season alongside Maro Engel- who is set to join HWA- the duo accumulated 72 points for Venturi over the course of season four, leaving them in seventh position in the […]

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Mahindra aiming to be a major electric manufacturer

Mahindra is hopeful that the can take the fight to major manufacturers in the electric car market by aiming to branch out to Europe and North America. Currently, Mahindra is mainly selling cars in India. However, being part of the Formula E Championship is their strategy of making a stronger foothold in Europe and North America with a […]

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2 to 5 years until FE technology is in your road car

You may only have to wait between two and five years to start seeing technology that is currently being used by Formula E manufacturers in new electric road cars.  DS Performance Director Xavier Pinon is confident that the technology being used in the series will filter down within the next five years to road cars, which […]

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Zurich removed from the season five calendar

Zurich has been dropped from the Formula E calendar for season five after a clash with another event set to take place in the city.  Formula E is keen to keep Switzerland on the calendar as the country’s capital Bern is being considered as a replacement for the 9th June slot. The other event happening at […]

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Why a Formula E team must sign Tom Dillmann

From the first moment he replaced Maro Engel at the Paris ePrix in 2017, Venturi and Formula E noticed a potential star of the sport emerging in the form of French driver Tom Dillmann. With only a day of testing at Donington Park earlier that year, Dillmann was called up to replace Engel who had DTM commitments […]

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DS
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DS moves to Techeetah

DS Automobiles confirmed their split from Virgin Racing as they move across the grid to Techeetah, giving the Chinese team manufactuer status from season five onwards. The French manufactuer joined Virgin Racing at the start of season two and spent three years with the British team. However, DS Director Xavier Pinon gave no reason into why they […]

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Bird
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“I never thought I would be a title contender”: Bird

Sam Bird revealed that he had never imagined that he would be fighting for a championship in season four after DS made minimal upgrades to their Season 4 powertrain from the previous campaign.  The DS Virgin Racing team struggled in New York, which left Bird unable to mount a title challenge to Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne. […]

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Vergne wins as Audi steals teams’ championship in New York

Jean-Eric Vergne ended his season four championship winning year by sealing victory in the second race in New York, but Audi stole the teams’ championship from Techeetah as Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt finished the race second and third.  The teams’ championship went down to the final lap after Andre Lotterer fought back to ninth […]

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Buemi on pole again in New York

Sebastien Buemi takes pole once again in New York in changeable conditions after the Swiss driver took pole position in Saturday’s race. Super Pole was exhilarating as the track was drying out. Vergne was the first out and clocked a 1:18:031. Abt was next out but could not beat the season four champion, as he posted […]

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Daniel Abt ends a wet practice session fastest in New York

Daniel Abt ended a wet practice session fastest for the final race of the season in New York. The German managed a lap time of a 1:18:699 as the track was drying up in the middle of the session. The session had a few incidents, as Sam Bird was the first to hit the wall, breaking […]

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