Month: July 2019

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Why Esteban Ocon should join Mercedes’ Formula E team

One man on the sidelines this season is Mercedes F1 test and reserve driver Esteban Ocon. But a new opportunity has presented itself at the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team. We make the case for why Ocon should go for the electric division of the German squad rather than waiting another year for an F1 […]

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BMW to test Gunther for Season Six

BMW has announced that Maximilian Gunther will test for the BMW Andretti as they continue to evaluate drivers for season six. Gunther, who raced 10 races for Dragon Racing last season, will join BMW factory driver and FE racer Alexander Sims at the test, which will take place at the Calafat track in northern Spain. […]

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Season Five’s Top Ten Drivers, Part 2

5. Lucas Di Grassi Lucas Di Grassi made it into the top five due to his last-ditch championship effort, which the Brazilian has constantly been able to do in every season of Formula E. Despite starting the season slowly with nine points from the first three races. He would go on to kick start his […]

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Season Five’s Top Ten Drivers Part 1

10. Pascal Wehrlein It wasn’t until round three of the championship in Chile that we saw the true potential of Pascal Wehrlein. The German suffered a difficult start to the season, missing the opening round in Ad Diriyah due to contractual issues with Mercedes, and then being knocked out of the Marrakesh E-Prix on the […]

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WEC will move SPA clash with Formula E

The FIA World Endurance Championship is set to move the 6 Hours of Spa one week forward in order to prevent a clash with Formula E’s Seoul E-Prix.  When the original caldendar was rveleaved Formula E and the WEC championship had three clashes in total. Currently, WEC’s race at Bahrain on the 14th December clashes […]

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Podium finish “long time coming” for Sims 

BMW i Andretti Motorsport driver Alexander Sims admitted his second place finish in the season five finale in New York felt like it had “been a long time coming”.  The British driver had a strong weekend to end his maiden season in Formula E resulting in his first podium finish.  New York saw Sims secure […]

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Lotterer moves to Porsche for the 2019/2020 season.

Porsche has signed Andre Lotterer to drive alongside Neel Jani for its debut ABB FIA Formula E season in 2019/20. It was announced today that Lotterer had decided to leave the  DS Techeetah team following the final round of the 2018/19 FE season in New York. Lotterer had been linked with a move to Porsche […]

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Frijns wins, as Vergne claims championship

Envision Virgin Racing’s Robin Frijns has claimed victory in a hard-fought New York City E-Prix, as Jean-Eric Vergne became the first two-time Formula E champion Sunday in Brooklyn. A bold move around the pole-sitting BMW i Andretti Motorsport entry of Alexander Sims on Lap 16 saw Frijns stretch out to a lead en route to […]

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Sims on pole in New York

Alexander Sims has claimed his first career ABB FIA Formula E Championship pole for Sunday’s season-ending New York City E-Prix. The Englishman took his BMW iFE.18 to a 1:09.617 in Super Pole, edging out Envision Virgin Racing’s Robin Frijns by 0.095 seconds. It marked the second pole for BMW i Andretti Motorsport, bookending the season […]

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D’Ambrosio quickest in FP3

Jerome D’Ambrosio was quickest in a red-flag affected Free Practice 3 in New York City. The Mahindra Racing driver reeled off a 1:09.712 lap time, as the only driver to complete a qualifying sim lap in 250 kW power in the 45-minute scheduled session. The session was halted for more than 10 minutes due to […]

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