Month: March 2021

Rome and Valencia become double headers

Formula E has confirmed that the Rome and Valencia E-Prixs next month have both been made into double-header events as COVID-19 continues to plat havoc with its calendar. The second Rome race on the new-look Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR circuit is also expected to have an earlier start time than the usual 4pm start time. The […]

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Porsche sign up to GEN 3

Porsche has become the fourth Formula E manufacturer to sign up to the championship’s new Gen3 rules which will run until the end of the 2025-26 season. The new regulations will start at the end of 2o22 ahead of Formula E’s ninth season. The German manufacture join Mahindra, DS, and Nissan in committing to the all-electric […]

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Nissan commits to the next five seasons of Formula E

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan officially announced today that it will commit to Formula E’s Gen3 regulations, remaining in the series until the end of the world championship’s twelfth season in 2026. The Nissan e.Dams team becomes the third Formula E squad to sign up to the Gen3 rules, which come into force for Formula E’s […]

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Financial stability is the main issue surrounding GEN 3

Mercedes EQ Team Principal Ian James believes that the financial stability of Formula E in the future has been one of the major issues the teams must iron out before they sign up for the Gen 3 era in 2022.  James admitted that the series will attract new manufacturers to the sport despite Audi’s and BMW’s departures at […]

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Da Costa Can’t wait for new car

Antonio Felix Da Costa can’t wait to get his hands on Ds Techeetah’s new car in Rome after he secured a podium in Diriyah on Saturday. Ds Techeetah ran with their season six powertrain in Diriyah, and Da Costa was delighted that the team were still able to secure a podium with the old car. […]

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