Author: Edward Hunter

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Why Attack Mode has been an unexpected success

Formula E introduced a radical new concept for Season 5 called Attack Mode, which has since become a major talking point. We take a look at how it’s faired so far, and re-evaluate our first impressions of the system. When the concept which eventually became attack mode was first announced last May, I wrote a […]

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Mahindra targets another podium on debut race for Werhlein

Mahindra Racing is aiming for Pascal Werhlein to replicate what Jerome D’Ambrosio achieved in Saudi Arabia by finishing on the podium.  Werhlein is making his debut in Marrakesh, after sitting out the opening round of the championship due to contract restrictions from Mercedes. “I’m looking forward to starting my season, and I’m feeling well prepared.” Explained the […]

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Season Five Preview

Formula E starts its fifth season in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, and there are many new changes to look forward to. Let’s take you through them all… There are several new drivers on the grid for this season: the most well known being 11-time Grand Prix winner Felipe Massa, who will drive for Venturi. Also joining […]

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Seoul close to being on the season 6 calendar

Formula E has secured a provisional five-year deal to race in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, during the 2019/2020 season. The electric series has agreed to host a race in South Korea with promoter JSM Holdings, with Seoul identified as “the preferred location”, according to an FE statement. The Gwanghwamun Square and City Hall […]

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Oliver Rowland signs for Nissan e.Dams

With little over two weeks to go until the first race of season five, Nissan e.Dams have announced that Oliver Rowland will drive for them in their second seat. The 2015 Formula Renault 3.5 champion was announced at Nissan’s official team launch in Tokyo, a few days after Thai driver Alexander Albon officially departed the […]

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Maximillian Gunther announced with Dragon for season 5

Dragon Racing has announced that German racer  Maximillian Gunther will partner Jose Maria Lopez at the team in season five. Gunther is currently 14th in Formula 2 driving for BWT Arden, with 41 points. He has tested for the team extensively, most recently at the public pre-season tests in Valencia in October. “I’m really happy to […]

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Why Formula E will have another new champion

Last season, Sam Bird kept in the title hunt with eventual winner Jean-Eric Vergne until the penultimate race in New York. After four seasons as the perennial nearly man, he now has perhaps his best opportunity yet to become Formula E champion.  Making predictions about a season of Formula E is always tricky, especially when there […]

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Why Vandoorne has the right attitude to thrive at HWA

After stratospheric performances in Formula Renault 3.5, GP2 and Super Formula, Stoffel Vandoorne has had two difficult seasons in Formula One driving for McLaren. But his switch to Formula E with HWA RACELAB could yet recover his battered and bruised reputation. Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: A driver with a successful pedigree […]

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Lopez retained by Dragon Racing

Dragon Racing have re-signed Argentinian Jose Maria Lopez for their season five Formula E title assault. The Toyota LMP1 WEC driver made his debut for DS Virgin Racing in the third season of the championship, but at the start of the following season he was left without a drive until Neel Jani’s departure from Dragon […]

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Formula E’s oversight on season five calendar

After only announcing the season five calendar at the end of June, Formula E has already lost a host city and is desperately trying to find a replacement. Could this very public situation have been avoided?  The Zurich E-Prix has been cancelled, forcing Formula E to find an alternative venue in Switzerland. Motorsport.com reports that another […]

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