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The History of the Tempelhof Airport

For the first time since 1998, motorsport is coming back to Germany’s capital Berlin. Last time sports cars were racing in Berlin it was on the former Formula One and DTM track “AVUS”, a motorway today, now Formula E comes to the biggest town in Germany. The Tempelhof Airport has even more history than the […]

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Fanboost Set to Become Less effective in Season Two

The new rules and regulations have been drafted up for season two already at the World Motor Sports Council, and it looks like that fanboost will become less effective next year. The good news is that, Formula E cars will become faster in season two. Currently, the Spark-Renault cars run at 150kW this year. However, […]

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Pre Season Testing Dates Have Been Announced

Next season’s pre-season test will take place across the month of August at Donnington Park, with only the final day of testing being open to the public on August 25th. The later start to the test sessions this year could confirm the rumours that the second season will start at the end of September or at […]

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Unpredictability The Buzz Word Around Formula E

So far, the Formula E championship has been very unpredictable with five different winners from the first five rounds of the championship, with no driver converting a pole position into a race victory. As each, Formula E car is identical in the inaugural season, this means that the teams and drivers play a crucial role […]

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A Race in Switzerland Could be Set in 2016/2017

Switzerland have today changed the laws that governs street racing in the country. The law will allow electric racing in the country. Formula E are hopeful to have the race ready in 2016/2017. Switzerland last held a race in Bern  in 1954 at the circuit of Bremgarten. It will be important for Formula E to have […]

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Amlin Aguri Delighted with a Double Points Finish

The Amlin Aguri team was delighted with a double points finish after  starting the race from well outside the points in 12th and 16th place. Antonio Felix Da Costa jumped up ten places from his starting spot in 16th to finish in 6th place for his team. The Portuguese driver knew that the pace was […]

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Many Positives From Miami Despite Mistakes: Virgin Racing

  Virgin Racing were satisfied with their race weekend in Miami, despite mistakes that cost them a chance to battle at the front of the race. Sam Bird had a strong race and took the lead of the race just before the car had to pit. Sadly for Bird, in the excitement of taking the […]

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Battery Problems cost the Trulli Team in Miami

The Trulli Formula E Team suffered energy problems throughout the Miami ePrix, which made the ePrix harder for the team. Trulli and Liuzzi finished in 15th and 16th place in Miami. However, due to the battery problems the team had in Miami they were unable to push for any points scoring positions. Liuzzi was having […]

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Heartache for Mahindra in Miami

Mahindra Racing failed to impress again in Miami after both drivers struggled to make a real impression in the Miami ePrix. The Mahindra team did not have the best starting positions in Miami after a poor qualifying session. Senna lined up in 15th overall while Chandhok was in 20th position after he was given a […]

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I had a Battery Problem: Lucas Di Grassi

Lucas Di Grassi has told the press that he had a battery temperature problem five laps from the end of the race. The Brazilian driver has lost the lead in the championship after Nico Prost won the Miami ePrix. Reliability issue have seen to crop up lately for Di Grassi, as he had a suspension failure […]

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