Month: April 2019

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Gunther to race in Paris instead of Nasr

Maximilian Günther will also replace Felipe Nasr for the Dragon team at the Paris E-Prix after originally only supposed to be driving in the Rome E-Prix.  The German driver started season five with the Dragon team, competing in the opening three rounds and scoring a best position of 12th in Marrakesh before being replaced by […]

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qualifying
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Why Formula E’s qualifying system must change

With controversy surrounding the qualifying format used by Formula E in season five, we take a look at how the system has affected the championship and explain why the drivers’ complaints about qualifying are valid and should be taken more seriously. “Now hold on a second!” some of you might well be saying. “Isn’t Formula […]

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Lotterer
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Lotterer aiming to build momentum

Ds Techeetah’s Andre Lotterer is aiming to build up momentum after picking up fourth place in Sanya and second in Rome.  The Veteran German driver explained that consistency in Formula E has become crucial towards creating a title push, but as the 37-year old will be in group one in qualifying for Paris, he is […]

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Wehrlein
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Wehrlein unsure where Mahindra pace has gone.

Pascal Wehrlein is struggling to understand where the pace of his Mahindra car has gone since the beginning of the season.  The young German has had an extraordinary start to his career as a Formula E driver, as from his first race in Marrakesh the 24-year old showed that he had the potential to win […]

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Evans
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Evans was relieved that Lotterer came through the chicane

Mitch Evans was relieved when he saw Andre Lotterer come through the chicane after the Kiwi made his race-winning move in the Rome ePrix.  The Jaguar Racing driver secured his and Jaguar’s first win in Formula E after a move down the inside of the Turn 11 and 12 chicane which nearly put Lotterer in […]

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Nissan
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Solid Start to the European Races for Nissan

Nissan e.dams has made a positive start to the European leg of the season in Rome scoring points with both drivers for the second race in a row. Sebastien Buemi finished in fifth with teammate Oliver Rowland crossing the finish line in sixth behind him to claim important championship points for the team. Despite some […]

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Mitch Evans takes maiden win in Rome Thriller

Mitch Evans took his and Panasonic Jaguar Racing’s maiden win in ABB FIA Formula E after a titanic duel with pole sitter Andre Lotterer that ran all the way to the flag. The Kiwi stayed behind Lotterer until he activated his first attack mode and made a move into the tight Turn 11/12 chicane where […]

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Lotterer pole after wet-dry Superpole session

Andre Lotterer took a stunning pole position in an extraordinary qualifying session ahead of this afternoon’s Rome E-Prix. The German still set the fastest time after making a mistake at the Turn 13 hairpin which caused the Jaguar team to erupt with glee as Mitch Evans was on provisional pole at the time. Celebrations in […]

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Vergne tops disrubted final practice

Reigning champion Jean-Eric Vergne topped the final practice ahead of qualifying for the Rome E-Prix. The Frenchman set a 1:29.370 round the 2.86km track which put him just a tenth and a half clear of championship leader Antonio Felix da Costa, Sebastien Buemi just one thousandth slower than Da Costa, and teammate Rowland was fourth […]

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Rowland tops opening Rome session

Nissan e.Dams’ Oliver Rowland topped the opening session from Rome as he stole top spot away from Jean-Eric Vergne at the death. The Brit was 0.055 faster than the reigning champion setting a 1:29.738 around one of the longest tracks on the Formula E Calendar. Lucas Di Grassi ended third just a little over a […]

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