Author: Jack Giordmaina

Fast Charging could see Formula E introduce pit stops.

Formula E could see pit stops return to the series in GEN 3, as the all-electric championship will introduce fast charging.  The electric championship is hopeful to achieve charging times of 30 seconds, which will allow the option for Williams Advanced engineering, who won the tender for the GEN 3 battery, to create a battery […]

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Hankook will become Formula E’s new tyre supplier for GEN 3

South Korean tyre company Hankook has won a tender to supply tyres for the Gen3 Formula E car from the 2022-23 season, seeing off competition from current supplier Michelin. The decision, approved by the FIA World Motor Sport Council, came as it was announced that original battery provider Williams Advanced Engineering would return for Gen3, replacing McLaren […]

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Williams Advanced Engineering will produce the GEN 3 battery

Williams Advanced Engineering has been given the contract to exclusively supply the battery system for the Gen3 Formula E car by the FIA World Motor Sport Council. The technology firm produced the Gen1 car battery system, which was designed and built-in under a year, used in the inaugural 2014 FE season and continued through to […]

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Daniel Abt signs for NIO for the remainder of the season

 Daniel Abt has been signed by the NIO 333 team to replace Ma Qinghua for the six remaining races of the 2019-20 Formula E season. Ma Qing Hua had to miss the final races of the season due to travel restrictions from China into Europe, which also affects many team members who are based in […]

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Ma ruled out the Season Six Finale

Ma Qing Hua will miss the final six races of the season in Berlin, due to travel concerns with him leaving and re-entering China. The Nio 333 Formula E team considered a number of factors before making this decision, the biggest being the world travel limitations. The current Covid-19 Pandemic situation would have restricted Ma’s […]

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Lynn signs for Mahindra for the final six races

Mahindra Racing has announced that Alex Lynn will replace Pascal Wehrlein for the remainder of the season. Wehrlein left the team earlier in the month, as the German driver is set to move Porsche for season seven. His replacement Lynn has had plenty of Formula E experience, as the 26-year old Brit drove in the […]

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The championship could be decided on emotions: Sims

BMW i Andretti driver Alexander Sims feels this season’s championship could be won by the driver who is least affected by a bad result, as all the teams and drivers prepare for six races in nine days at Berlin’s Tempelhof airport.  The Brit is currently 21 points behind Antonio Felix Da Costa in the drivers’ […]

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Rast signs for Audi to replace Abt

Two-time DTM champion Rene Rast will replace Daniel Abt at Audi for the final six races of the 2019-20 Formula E season in Berlin. The all-electric series has revealed a six-race programme, which includes three double-header events on three different track layouts at the airfield and is set to take place over nine days. Abt, […]

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The right decision to just race in Berlin: Nyck De Vries

Mercedes Formula E driver Nyck De Vries felt Formula E made the correct decision to race in Berlin, rather than racing on permanent circuits to close out the season.  Over the past couple of months, before Formula E decided to have six races around the Berlin Templehof airport, a number of ideas on how to […]

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Formula E returns in August with a Berlin Festival

Formula E is set to resume racing in August at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin following approval of the FIA, with six races in nine days deciding who will win the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. The historic German airfield has been chosen to close out the current season, hosting three double-headers in quick succession […]

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