Author: Abbey Conroy

Bird positive and prepared ahead of Berlin

Envision Virgin Racing driver Sam Bird is looking forward to racing resuming in Berlin and is hoping to be able to fight at the front of the grid again.  After five rounds, Bird is currently tenth in the driver’s standings. The season concluding in Berlin brings the added challenge of learning new track layouts, but […]

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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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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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Envision Virgin Racing Ready To Bounce Back in Marrakesh

After the disappointment of Mexico, Envision Virgin Racing are heading to Marrakesh optimistic they can bounce back from a run of disconcerting results in Marrakesh. Neither driver scored any points in Mexico with Sam Bird losing control and crashing out in the last few minutes and teammate Robin Frijns being disqualified from the race. Since […]

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Heartbreak for Envision Virgin in Mexico

Envision Virgin Racing’s Managing Director, Sylvain Filippi has branded the Mexico City E-Prix as “bitterly disappointing”. After a strong qualifying session from both Sam Bird and Robin Frijns, to start the race from fifth and sixth; the pair managed to move forward in the race and looked to be in contention for podium finishes. Bird […]

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D'Ambrosio

D’Ambrosio Was Confident of a Podium Finish In Mexico

Jerome D’Ambrosio believes a podium could have been in sight in Mexico if he was not impeded by a number of penalties.  Both D’Ambrosio and teammate Wehrlein started the race from the back of the grid after both cars incurred a 40-place grid penalty. Additionally, D’Ambosio was handed a 10-second stop-and-go in the race, while […]

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D’Ambrosio hoping for exciting Mexico City E-Prix

Jerome D’Ambrosio has expressed that he believes that the new track layout of the Mexico City E-Prix should provide exciting racing. The new layout will see drivers competing around a 2.606km circuit which will not consist of a chicane at the final corner at the famous Peraltada corner. However, the Belgian driver did think that […]

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Why Drivers Eye was a success in Santiago

When it comes to ingenuity Formula E are continually expanding fan experiences of the race series and Drivers Eye is no exception.  Formula E’s first fan engagement idea was the highly critiqued idea of Fanboost. Fanboost allows the fans to vote for your favourite drivers to give them an extra power boost in the race. […]

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Fourth was the maximum: Wehrlein

Mahindra’s Pascal Wehrlein is taking the positives out of his fourth-place finish in the Santiago E-Prix despite running in second after the first lap. The 25-year-old started third on the grid after making it to his third successive Superpole of the season. A good start to the race saw him move up to second for […]

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Da Costa forced to settle for second in Santiago

Antonio Felix Da Costa secured his first podium finish as a DS Techeetah driver, after narrowly missing out on victory in Santiago.  In only his third race for the Chinese team, Da Costa had his chance of winning the race snatched away by Max Gunther after an intense battle in the closing stages of the […]

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