Month: June 2019

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3 races clash with World Endurance Championship

The majority of Formula E drivers were given headache when the FIA World Motorsport Council revealed next seasons race calendars for World Endurance Championship and Formula E. With several drivers racing in both series, both championships had set up a gentlemen’s agreement to avoid running on the same weekend, but as Formula E continues to […]

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Extra point in qualifying and Attack Mode rule changes for season six

Formula E has announced a raft of rule changes for season six that included the forbidden use of Attack mode under any cautions and an extra point in qualifying.  Attack mode has seen some significant changes as drivers have been given an additional 10kW of power available when using Attack mode rising from 225kW to […]

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Seoul on the season six calendar

Formula E’s governing body, the FIA, has revealed the calendar for season six of the all-electric series, which will see the inclusion of Seoul and the absence of the Marrakesh E-Prix and the Swiss E-Prix.  Beginning on 22nd November this year, the season opener will once again kick off in Ad Diriyah, with a double-header […]

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Marrakesh dropped for season six

Formula E is set to reveal that Marrakesh will not be on the calendar for season six after the Morrocan round spent three years as part of the series calendar.  Marrakesh’s position on the calendar has been under threat lately and with drivers saying that the track is too difficult on energy management, due to […]

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Berlin to get a new layout in season six

Berlin will receive a new layout for season six at the Tempelhof airport.  The Tempelhof airport has featured in every season apart from season two when the Berlin E-Prix was hosted on Karl-Marx-Allee near Alexanderplatz. In those four seasons, the layout at the Tempelhof airport has changed. There was a major change between season one […]

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Are Formula E facing having to change the race format again?

Formula E’s timed races have started to raise concerns among drivers, as the time limit of 45 minutes plus one lap is not providing the right type of racing for Formula E.  Drivers are becoming concerned that the championship, which devotes itself to increasing the efficiency of electric cars, has moved away from its philosophy […]

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