Month: July 2021

“Melting Point” Envision Virgin Racing continue race against climate change

Formula E started as a mission to build awareness of electric vehicles and remind people about the constant battle our world is facing against climate change. Now, Envision Virgin Racing has put itself at the forefront of the climate change message, and together with Genpact they attempted to show the world the true effect of […]

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Lynn’s personal relief of finally winning in Formula E

After the euphoria of claiming his first win in Formula E on home soil, Alex Lynn opened up on his personal struggle that he has had with the series. The British driver won Sunday’s London E-Prix, and it was evident to see that the pressure of not being able to do so was finally lifted […]

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Gliding is what stopped Di Grassi winning the London E-Prix

Lucas Di Grassi has accepted data that showed he had not come to a complete stop in the pit lane Sunday’s London E-Prix, and the Brazilian has been subsequently disqualified from the race. The Audi driver was called into the pits during the safety car period when the trail of cars was crossing the start/finish […]

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Lynn takes first win in London after penalty for Di Grassi

Alex Lynn has taken his maiden Formula E victory following a 20 second time penalty for on the road winner Lucas Di Grassi after the Brazilian had overtaken multiple cars under the safety car by going through pitlane to gain the lead from seventh. Di Grassi was initially given a drive through penalty for the […]

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Vandoorne secures his second pole of 2021 in London

Stoffel Vandoorne beat home favourites Oliver Rowland and Alex Lynn to claim his second pole of the season for this afternoon’s London E-Prix. The Mercedes EQ driver set the second fastest time in group qualifying, but Alex Lynn,who was the fastest driver in group qualifying, was unable to beat the time set by the Belgian, […]

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Di Grassi tops Sunday practice

Lucas Di Grassi has topped the sole practice session ahead of Round 13 in London, setting a 1:20.001 to set the fastest time by more than a quarter of a second. Di Grassi is still searching for a drive for next season due to Audi pulling out of the series, and his recent form is […]

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Dennis launches into Championship contention with London win

Jake Dennis is now just two points from the championship lead after a stunning drive to take his second win of the season. Dennis took the lead from polesitter Alex Lynn when the Mahindra driver took his second Attack Mode, but couldn’t re-overtake the BMWi Andretti despite the extra 35kw of power. Nyck De Vries […]

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Lynn takes pole with British front row lockout in London

Alex Lynn has taken his first pole for Mahindra in a drying qualifying that saw the championship contenders being hampered by the changeable conditions.  Lynn, who came out or the third qualifying group, set a 1.23.245 and will start alongside fellow Brit Jake Dennis, with Season 1 London E-Prix winner Sebastien Buemi in third. The […]

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Guenther leads BMWi Andretti 1-2 in wet second practice

BMWi Andretti drivers Maximilian Guenther and Jake Dennis have topped the sole Saturday practice session which took place in wet conditions. Guenther set a best time of 1:26.838, which is about five seconds off the pace of yesterday’s dry session, while Dennis was 0.375 back in second. Andre Lotterer was over six tenths down in […]

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Vergne pips Frijns to first honours in opening practice

DS Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne has topped the opening practice session for this weekend’s London E-Prix at ExCeL, setting a 1:21.650, just four thousandths of a second quicker than Robin Frijns in second. Championship leader Sam Bird, reigning champion Antonio Felix da Costa, as well as Mitch Evans, all set a best lap time within a […]

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