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Punta del Este set to make a return for 2018

Punta Del Este is likely to return to the Formula E calendar, in replacement to the Sao Paulo race, which has been postponed until 2019. After some speculation, it was officially announced that Sao Paulo would not host an ePrix in Season four. This comes after the area which would be used for the race, […]

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No points for Mahindra in Punta del Este

The Mahindra team came away with no points in yesterday’s Punta del Este ePrix after the Indian squad had high hopes coming from Malaysia. The result of Oliver Rowland (13th) and Bruno Senna (retirement) is a kick in the teeth for the team. Mahindra scored a podium and double points scoring position in the first […]

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E.dams takes championship lead after Buemi victory

The French e.dams squad is once again leading the championship after Swiss driver Sebastien Buemi took victory in Punta del Este. The team is now leading the Schaeffler-Abt team in the championship standings by two points. Buemi was delighted to pick up victory in Punta Del Este after the Toyota factory driver struggled in the early stages […]

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Bird: “D’Ambrosio was unbeatable”

DS Virgin driver Sam Bird admits that both Dragon drivers were unbeatable in today’s qualifying session for the Punta del Este ePrix. However, the Brit is pleased with his third position on the grid for the race. “Jerome [D’Ambrosio] was incredible today. I had no chance, he was simply unbeatable. I might have had the […]

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Dragon Racing pleased with front row lockout

For the first time in the team’s history, DragonRacing has bagged  a front row lockout in Formula E. Belgian driver Jerome D’Ambrosio out-qualified his team mate by four-tenths of a second in the Super Pole Shootout, securing himself his first ever Formula E pole position. “It’s amazing”, D’Ambrosio said. “After being robbed a great result in […]

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