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Venturi make “significant progress” in Mexico City: Wolff

Susie Wolff left Mexico City feeling like her Monegasque made “significant progress” after the team secured their first podium of the season. The team’s day started strong with a first-ever SuperPole appearance for Formula 1 veteran Felipe Massa, which was converted into his first points of the season, while Edoardo Mortara managed his energy well […]

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Massa
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Energy management mistake cost Massa a chance of a podium in Mexico

A miscalculation with Felipe Massa’s energy management cost the Brazilian a chance to fight for a podium in his fourth race I Formula E. The former Formula 1 driver recorded his best qualifying position in Formula E with a third-place start, but could only cross the line in eighth after the team miscalculated his energy […]

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Result didn’t match potential: Filippi

Virgin Racing’s Managing Director Sylvain Filippi felt that the team’s Mexico finish didn’t reflect the true potential the car as the British team picked up two points from round four. The team had a nightmare qualifying which hampered their performance in the race, as Sam Bird came to a stop on his out-lap with a […]

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Vergne
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Vergne wants to leave negatives behind and move forward after a frustrating Mexico E-Prix

Techeetah’s Jean-Éric Vergne was left bemused after a dramatic Mexican E-Prix which ended with a “frustrating result” for the season four champion. Luck once again was not on the side of the Frenchman who was involved in multiple incidents throughout the race. The reigning champion was first involved in a collision when Nelson Piquet Jr’s […]

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Dillmann
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Mexico brings more disappointment for NIO

An edge-of-the-seat Mexico City ePrix saw the NIO Formula E team duo, Oliver Turvey and Tom Dillmann fail to pick up points which adds to their disappointing season five. Turvey and Dillmann put in a solid qualifying session to end up tenth and thirteenth, but that turned out to be the only highlight in their weekend. […]

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Massa
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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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