Year: 2019

Da Costa
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Formula E drivers are not campaigning to change qualifying

Formula E drivers have not asked the FIA to review the qualifying system for season six despite the majority of the field that actually “don’t like”  the system.  The drivers’ main complaints about the qualifying system is the grouping system, with the main issues being about group one. Group one contains the top six in […]

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Monaco
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Drivers want the full circuit in season seven for Monaco

Formula E drivers have been calling for the FIA to allow Formula E to race on the full Monaco Grand Prix layout for season seven.  The FIA stopped Formula E from racing on the full layout this season to avoid the comparison between the electric series and Formula 1. However, reigning Formula E champion Jean-Eric […]

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Rowland
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Rowland did not want to risk the points in Monaco

Nissan E.Dams driver Oliver Rowland explained that he didn’t want to throw away 18 points challenging for the lead of the Monaco E-Prix.  Rowland qualified fastest in Super Pole, which would have normally given the British driver pole position, but a three-place grid penalty carried over from Paris meant the 26-year old started fourth. Despite […]

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Frijns believes he is still in the hunt for the championship

Robin Frijns still believes he has a strong chance of fighting for the title despite failing to score point in Monaco and receiving a five-place grid penalty for Berlin.  The Dutchman looked set to score points after coming through the field after a poor qualifying session.  However, a run in with Alexander Sims put a […]

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Vergne breaks streak and wins in Monaco

Jean-Eric Vergne became the first driver this season to win multiple races after a dominant drive around the streets of Monte Carlo. The Frenchman led the race from start to finish, but it wasn’t as simple as he was challenged throughout by Oliver Rowland, Felipe Massa and Pascal Wehrlein. Massa scored his first podium in […]

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Rowland qualifies fastest but Vergne is on pole

Oliver Rowland may have qualified fastest in the Superpole session, but a three-place penalty for causing an incident in Paris, means that second-placed Jean-Eric Vergne will take his first pole of the season. The penalty means that, provisionally, Mitch Evans will start on the front row, however, the Kiwi is under investigation for not following […]

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Rowland leads final practice

Oliver Rowland topped the second and final practice session in Monaco, becoming one of three drivers to set a lap time below the 50-second mark. The Brit set a 49.847 around the shortest lap on the calendar over a tenth clear of the two Techeetahs of Jean-Eric Vergne and Andre Lotterer. Alex Lynn set the […]

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Di Grassi tops opening Monaco session

Lucas Di Grassi was the fastest driver after the opening 45-minute practise session around the short Monaco layout. The season three champion set a 50.183 to be seven hundredths faster than Sam Bird and just over a tenth quicker than Mitch Evans in third. Sebastien Buemi was fifth, sandwiched between Alexander Sims in fourth and […]

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Lotterer aiming to get his first Formula E win.

Andre Lotterer is looking to claim his first win in Formula E in Monaco after missing out in Rome and Paris.  The veteran German driver is currently second in the drivers’ championship one point behind Robin Frijns and has finished second in the last two E-Prix’s which is something Lotterer wants to change. “I’m incredibly […]

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We are in a position to fight for the championship: Di Grassi

Audi driver Lucas Di Grassi is confident that the German Manufactuer now has a car capable of challenging for the championship after a slow start to the season.  The season four champion has taken 36 points from the last four race of the season, which has seen him rise to third in the drivers’ championship, […]

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