Month: May 2018

Abt
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“We had to nail qualifying”:Abt

Qualifying has been the Achilles heel for Audi this season according to Daniel Abt, but the German believes when the team gets it right as they did in Berlin, the team can be unstoppable.  In Paris and Rome, both Abt and Lucas Di Grassi showed how the Audi could fight through the field after a […]

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Lopez
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Berlin result not a true indication of Dragon’s pace: Lopez

Jose Maria Lopez is confident that Dragon’s race pace in Berlin does not show a true reflection of the American’s teams pace.  Dragon Racing had a good qualifying session with Jerome D’Ambrosio qualifying in fourth place with Lopez in 11th, but the Argentine was only a tenth and a half away from Superpole. Speaking to […]

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Abt
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Abt wins home race in Berlin

Daniel Abt cruises to victory in Berlin and claims his second Formula E victory. Lucas Di Grassi came home in second to make it an Audi one-two in Germany.  Abt found a rhythm around the Templehof circuit and simply drove away from the competition, despite losing three seconds in the pit-stop window and seeing Di Grassi […]

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Abt
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Abt on Pole, but under investigation in Berlin

Daniel Abt claims pole position for his home race in Berlin but has to survive a pending investigation from the stewards before he knows if he can start from the front. Abt broke Article 33.1 in the group qualifying session when he switched his car into the 200kW in sector two, rather than in the final sector […]

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Vergne
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Vergne ends practice fastest

Jean-Eric Vergne ends the final free practice session fastest in Berlin in a session where many drivers where blocked on their qualifying runs.  Vergne’s qualifying run was relatively clear, but Rosenqvist who finished a tenth off the Techeetah driver was slightly held up by Lucas Di Grassi in the final sector. Andre Lotterer, Vergne’s teammate ended the […]

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Features
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Formula E in Berlin: Renewed Turn 6 promises improved overtaking

The BMW i Berlin E-Prix 2018 looks set to be even more exciting than in previous years. Due to a new adaptation to the highspeed hairpin at Turn 6.  The changes have been made to the track in Tempelhof to provide new overtaking opportunities o the 1.5-mile circuit. The arguably most striking difference compared to […]

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Heidfeld
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Heidfeld ends FP1 fastest in Berlin

Nick Heidfeld has ended the first practice session fastest in Berlin after being the only driver to complete a 200kW lap. The German did the lead in the early part of the session on a 170kW with teammate Felix Rosenqvist behind in second after the early stages of the session. Sebastien Buemi ended the session second […]

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Saudi Arabia secure ten-year race deal with Formula E

Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, will hold the first race of Season five of Formula E, this December as part of a ten-year deal. It will be the first time Formula E has raced in the Middle East, which will take place on the outskirts of the city. The full details will be released […]

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Massa
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Felipe Massa joins Venturi for season 5

Former Formula One driver Felipe Massa will race for Venturi in season five after signing a three-year deal with the Monegasque team.  Massa has been linked with a move to Formula E ever-since the Brazilian retired from Formula One in 2017. The 37-year old will take part in a private testing session at the wheel of […]

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Bird
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It’s the same car as last year: Bird

With four races remaining, Sam Bird has become Jean-Eric Vergne’s closest title rival in a car that has not changed very much from season three.  The Brit is currently 31 points behind Vergne in the championship fight but is worried that his DS Virgin Racing team won’t be able to respond to anything Techeetha do […]

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