Month: March 2015

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Gearbox Problems cost Sarrazin in Miami

A gearbox problem during the pit-stop cost Stephane Sarrazin the chance to challenge at the front of the grid in Miami. The French driver was running in P5 as he entered the pit lane, but the Toyota LMP1 driver was in the pit-lane for two minutes and four seconds, one minute and one second longer […]

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Unchanged Grid in Long Beach

For the first time, this season the same 20 drivers will line up on the grid for consecutive Formula E races. So far, there has been a couple of different drivers competing in every Formula E race so far, but in Long Beach we will have the first consecutive grid line-ups. Dragon Racing have stuck […]

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We need to Recover from the First Half of The Season: Mahindra

Mahindra Racing have not had the best start to the Inaugural Formula E championship and the Indian want to put their season back on track in Long Beach, as they look to start the second half of the season off with a bang. Karun Chandhok and Bruno Senna currently sit in 12th and 13th in […]

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I Want Tires to Last The Whole Year: Agag

Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag has had discussion with Michelin over making a set of tires last a whole season rather than a whole race. Currently in Formula E teams have a set of tires for each car that has to last a whole race weekend, but Alejandro Agag wants to go a step further […]

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China Racing to Run a NEXTEV Power-train in Season Two

China Racing will run a powertrain built by Chinese EV technology company NEXTEV in season two of the Formula E Championship. NEXTEV were one of the eight manufacturers selected to build components for season two, when the regulations regarding the powertrain are opened up to allow competition. China Racing has released some technical details of […]

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Salvador Duran Will Race Alongside Da Costa in Long Beach

Salvador Duran will race alongside Antonio Felix Da Costa for Amlin Aguri in Long Beach. Duran’s performances in the Amlin Aguri car have improved greatly since his first race in Argentina. The Mexican driver feels that with every race he does, he begins to understand more about his car.  “With each race the team and […]

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Scott Speed will race for Andretti Autosport in Long Beach

American driver Scott Speed will race for Andretti Autosport in Long Beach after an impressive debut race in Miami. Speed finished in second place in his first outing after starting from 11th place on the grid. Scott Speed managed his energy consumption well throughout the race, and his team put him in a great position […]

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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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