Month: June 2020

Ma ruled out the Season Six Finale

Ma Qing Hua will miss the final six races of the season in Berlin, due to travel concerns with him leaving and re-entering China. The Nio 333 Formula E team considered a number of factors before making this decision, the biggest being the world travel limitations. The current Covid-19 Pandemic situation would have restricted Ma’s […]

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Vandoorne hopes new track layouts will add unpredictability to races

Mercedes driver Stoffel Vandoorne reveals that he would prefer not to see the new track layouts for the Berlin races in advance, with the hope it will add to the already unpredictable nature of racing in Formula E.   Formula E announced that it would conclude the season in Berlin with three doubleheader events across nine […]

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Exclusive: Lynn in consideration for 2021 Mahindra seat

Mahindra team principal Dilbagh Gill revealed that Alex Lynn is in contention for a 2021 seat with the team, in an interview with Formula E Zone. Lynn was brought in to finish the current season following the decision of Pascal Wehrlein to depart with immediate effect. Asked whether Lynn is in contention for the seat […]

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Exclusive: Gill disappointed with Wehrlein departure

Mahindra Team Principal Dilbagh Gill revealed that he was disappointed with the circumstances around Pascal Wehrlein’s departure from the team, in an interview with Formula E Zone. Wehrlein announced that he had parted ways with Mahindra earlier this month, with reports stating that he will replace Neel Jani at Porsche at the end of this […]

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Lynn signs for Mahindra for the final six races

Mahindra Racing has announced that Alex Lynn will replace Pascal Wehrlein for the remainder of the season. Wehrlein left the team earlier in the month, as the German driver is set to move Porsche for season seven. His replacement Lynn has had plenty of Formula E experience, as the 26-year old Brit drove in the […]

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The championship could be decided on emotions: Sims

BMW i Andretti driver Alexander Sims feels this season’s championship could be won by the driver who is least affected by a bad result, as all the teams and drivers prepare for six races in nine days at Berlin’s Tempelhof airport.  The Brit is currently 21 points behind Antonio Felix Da Costa in the drivers’ […]

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Season 7 Formula E calendar published

The FIA’s world motorsport council unveiled a 14 race calendar for the seventh season of Formula E on Friday; the first season to officially be recognised as an FIA world championship. The provisional calendar is comprised of twelve prospective venues, with Saudi Arabia and the season finale in London both forming double headers. For the […]

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Rast signs for Audi to replace Abt

Two-time DTM champion Rene Rast will replace Daniel Abt at Audi for the final six races of the 2019-20 Formula E season in Berlin. The all-electric series has revealed a six-race programme, which includes three double-header events on three different track layouts at the airfield and is set to take place over nine days. Abt, […]

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Bird and Envision Virgin are itching to get back

After a five-month suspension of season six, Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird is delighted for the season to resume and says the team is ‘raring to go again’.  The season will return in Berlin with six races from the 5th to 13th August.  Following the announcement and the lengthy break in racing the British […]

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The right decision to just race in Berlin: Nyck De Vries

Mercedes Formula E driver Nyck De Vries felt Formula E made the correct decision to race in Berlin, rather than racing on permanent circuits to close out the season.  Over the past couple of months, before Formula E decided to have six races around the Berlin Templehof airport, a number of ideas on how to […]

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