Month: May 2019

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Paffett hopes positives from Berlin can continue

HWA driver Gary Paffett is hopeful that he takes the positives from qualifying into the final three races of the season.  The Brit made it through to Superpole and qualified fourth alongside team-mate Stoffel Vandoorne who qualified in second. Paffett thinks the team have been improving in recent races to get the pace they want […]

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Di Grassi surprised with winning race pace

Lucas Di Grassi was surprised by the race pace of his Audi as he secured victory in Berlin with a commanding drive.  The Brazilian – who started third-  aim before the race was to score essential championship points. However, once the race started, he soon realised he had the pace to overtake and take the […]

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“My future is not in my hands” Daniel Abt

Audi Sport driver Daniel Abt revealed that his future is “not in his hands” after the Berlin E-Prix.  The German driver has been with the Audi team since Formula E’s inaugural season. In that time, Abt picked up pole position in Long Beach in the series first season and took victory in Mexico and Berlin […]

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Di Grassi wins on German soil for Audi

Lucas Di Grassi has secured victory in the Berlin E-Prix for Audi, as the German manufactuer makes it back to back wins in Berlin.  The Brazilian driver drove an intelligent race after starting in third place and calculated the best moments to pass Stoffel Vandoorne and Sebastien Buemi.  Di Grassi passed both drivers on the […]

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Buemi on pole in Berlin

Sebastien Buemi will start on pole for the Berlin E-Prix after an impressive qualifying lap. The Swiss driver secured his first pole position this season, and will now aim to take his first victory in the series for two years. The Nissan e.Dams driver was fifth out in Superpole and set a lap of 1:07.295 […]

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Tyres will play a major role in the race

Formula E drivers are expecting tyre wear to play a huge role in the Berlin E-Prix on Saturday.  Due to the track having a concrete surface compared to the typical asphalt street circuits, Berlin has seen much higher tyre degradation compared to other cities. However, in the four races that Formula E has held at […]

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Lotterer top after second free practice

DS Techeetah’s Andre Lotterer finished the 30- minute FP2  practice session quickest with a lap of 1:07.401. The German driver improved sixteen places from the first practice session and put to bed any concerns that Techeetah wouldn’t be competitive this weekend after a slow start to the day. Edoardo Mortara finished second again, only 0.284 […]

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Evans quickest after FP1 in Berlin

Mitch Evans topped the timings sheets in a close-fought opening practice session in Berlin.  The Kiwi lapped the Tempelhof Airport circuit in 1:08.162 to top the timesheets by just 0.066 seconds. After leading early on in the session, Stoffel Vandoorne finished third fastest, being bumped down a place by Edoardo Mortara with a quick lap […]

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Mahindra Racing hoping for another memorable weekend in Berlin

Mahindra Racing mark turning five years old in Berlin this week and are looking celebrate at a track which has ‘special memories’ for the team. Pascal Wehrlein is heading into his first home race in Formula E, off the back of two Superpole appearances and a fourth-place finish in Monaco. After a strong performance in […]

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Building on title bid main aim for Envision Virgin Racing in Berlin

Envision Virgin Racing is aiming to keep their bid for the constructors’ championship alive in Berlin after a poor showing in Monaco. With only four rounds remaining, Virgin Racing currently find themselves second in the championship, 38 points behind DS Techeetah, the current championship leaders. With both drivers not securing any points from Monaco, they […]

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