Month: June 2021

“I have to look at the positives”: Wehrlein

Porsche driver Pascal Wehrlein resolved to look at the positives after losing two results that would have taken him into the lead of the drivers’ championship if he wasn’t disqualified or penalised.  The German driver crossed the line first in Saturday’s Puebla race but was disqualified after an administrative error meant that the team failed […]

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Mortara takes Championship lead with Puebla win

Edoardo Mortara played his use of Attack Mode to perfection to seal his first win of the season in Mexico at Puebla.  The Rokit Venturi racer started from third on the grid, and got a good enough start to jump Pascal Wehrlein for second. Mortara timed his use of Attack Mode perfectly, so he could […]

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Redemption for Rowland with Puebla pole

Oliver Rowland has claimed his first pole of the season as he looks for redemption after a front row start in yesterdays race turned sour. Rowland was able to string the lap together in Superpole after narrowly beating Pascal Wehrlein, who also looks for redemption this afternoon. The Brit set a time of a 1.23.579 […]

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De Vries tops third practice in Puebla

Nyck De Vries has topped the only Sunday practice session ahead of the second Puebla E-Prix this afternoon, The Dutchmen set a 1:21.492, just under one and a half tenths quicker than Jean-Eric Vergne, with Oliver Rowland, who topped both practices yesterday, in third. The session was straightforward, with only one yellow flag for Rene […]

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Di Grassi wins the Puebla Eprix after Wehrlein disqualification

Lucas Di Grassi has his third victory in Mexico in the city of Puebla after Pascal Wehrlein was disqualified for “failing to declare tires.” The German driver dominated the E-Prix from start to finish after securing pole position and crossing the line first.  Wehrlein drove a strategic race to ensure to ensure he crossed the […]

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Wehrlein snatches Puebla pole off Rowland

Pascal Wehrlein has taken his maiden Porsche pole in Puebla beating Oliver Rowland by just six hundredths of a second. The Porsche driver topped both the group qualifying session and Superpole to take pole, and four championship points. Apart from Mortara who ran wide on his flying lap in Super Pole every driver took provisional […]

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Rowland continues Puebla charge

Oliver Rowland continued where he left off in FP1 setting the fastest time of the second practice session, a 1:22.861, over a quarter of a second ahead of the DS Techeetah pair of Antonio Felix da Costa and Jean-Eric Vergne. Alex Lynn ended the session fourth fastest despite being over six tenths down, ahead of […]

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Rowland tops disrupted opening practice in Puebla

Nissan e.Dams driver Oliver Rowland has topped the first practice session for this afternoon’s Puebla E-Prix, setting a time of 1:24.314, whilst the track dried from overnight rain. The session was heavily disrupted when Alexander Sims broke down on the exit of turn 11, causing the session to be red flagged for over 20 minutes, […]

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Mortara ready to fight in Mexico

After a five week break Formula E is back and returning to Mexico. The all-electric series will not be racing at Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez where Edoardo Mortara has a 100% record of scoring points, but instead will be taking to the Autódromo Miguel E. Abed in Puebla for the first time. The new track which […]

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Frijns aims to extend “unexpected” championship lead in Mexico

Current championship leader Robin Frijns has revealed that he was not expecting to be leading the championship at this stage of the season ahead of this weekend’s Puebla E-Prix. The Dutchman holds a five point lead over compatriot Nyck De Vries following a strong second place in Monaco at the start of May. “I don’t […]

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