Month: April 2021

Jake Dennis wins the Valencia E-Prix

Jake Dennis has won the Valencia E-Prix after lights to flag victory in a race here nobody wanted to lead the race.   With energy management being a major concern this weekend teams didn’t want lead the race as they wanted to save energy in the slipstream and attack at the end of the race. However, […]

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Jake Dennis starts on pole in a drying qualifying in Valencia

Jake Dennis has taken his maiden pole position and BMW i Andretti eighth pole position in Formula E in a wet to dry session which has seen the championship leaders start from back of the grid as they did their lap times on a wet track.  The Brit takes four points from qualifying after he […]

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Nyck De Vries wins an energy management thriller

Nyck De Vries has won the Valencia E-Prix after saving his energy throughout the race which came to his benefit after an energy deduction from five safety cars saw 15 cars limp home with little or no energy remaining with two laps to go.  The race saw four safety car periods, and during a safety […]

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Vandoorne secures pole for the Valencian E-Prix

Stoffel Vandoorne secures pole position for the first race in Valencia to secure three pole positions in five races for Mercedes in this season.  The Belgian qualified into Super Pole from group one and in Super Pole the Mercedes driver drove a spectacular lap to set a 1.26.4.94 to claim his second pole position this […]

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Gunther ends FP2 Fastest for BMW

Maximilian Gunther has ended FP2 fastest for a revitalised BMW i Andretti team who have struggled in the opening four rounds of the championship.  The German set a 1.26.958 to finish the session fastest ahead of Alexander Lynn for Mahindra who set a 1.26.970. Nyck De Vries ended the session third fastest for Mercedes setting […]

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Da Costa ends FP1 fastst in Valencia

Antonio Felix Da Costa has ended the first practice session of the day fastest, setting a 1.27.238 for Ds Techeetah. The teams were focused on managing tyre wear and energy management during the session. Valencia will be the toughest track on energy management this season due to the fast sweeping corners and long straights. Also, […]

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Formula E confirms 15 race season 7 calendar

Formula E announced on Thursday that the current season seven calendar will end with four double-headers in Mexico, New York, London and Berlin, bumping up the number of rounds to 15 across eight different venues. The Santiago E-Prix, which was originally scheduled to be the season opener before being delayed due to COVID-19 related travel […]

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The Rookie with a Point to Prove: Jake Dennis

After the departure of Alexander Sims from BMW at the end of season six, the vacant Formula E seat was highly sought after by many contenders. After an impressive display of his talent and adaptability, Jake Dennis ended up being the driver to secure the seat and make his return to single seater racing. The […]

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De Vries receives a five-place grid penalty for Bird crash

Nyck De Vries will take a five place grid penalty at the first Valencia E-Prix on April 23rd after the FIA race stewards deemed the Dutch driver to have caused the accident which eliminated himself and championship leader Sam Bird. The accident occurred on the final lap of the race immediately after the track went […]

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Vandoorne wins Rome thriller

Stoffel Vandoorne won his first race of the season on the streets of Rome following a frantic race climatising in a one lap shootout for the win. Pole sitter Nick Cassidy led the start once the safety car came in, however spun out of the lead at the first braking zone due to a braking […]

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