Author: Jack Giordmaina

Start-line is in the wrong place: Vergne

Jean-Eric Vergne believes that the start position for the Rome E-Prix is in the wrong place, after admitting he wasn’t surprised that there was an incident at the start line during free practice.  The Frenchmen was hit from a stationary position during practice by Oliver Turvey who entered the quick Turn 6 corner at 2o0km/h […]

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Di Grassi Fastest as Vergne Turvey and Dennis have a huge accident

Lucas Di Grassi has ended the first free practice session fastest in Rome, which was overshadowed by a crash after the session between Oliver Turvey, Jean-Eric Vergne and Jake Dennis.  The crash occurred as the driver stopped on track to prepare for a practice start, but Turvey came into Turn 6 at full speed and […]

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Jaguar Commit to the Gen 3 regulations

Jaguar have become the latest manufacturer to commit to Formula E’s Gen 3 regulations, which come into effect at the end of 2022.  NIO and Mercedes are now the only two manufacturers left to confirm their place for GEN 3 with BMW and Audi already stating that they are leaving the series at the end […]

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“More to come from Audi” states McNish

Audi Team Principal Allan McNish is confident that Audi have more to offer going into the doubleheader in Rome after a slow start in Diriyah.  The German manufacturer believe they can achieve similar results to the Envision Virgin Racing team who were fighting for the race win in Diriyah with Robin Frijns using the Audi […]

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Rome and Valencia become double headers

Formula E has confirmed that the Rome and Valencia E-Prixs next month have both been made into double-header events as COVID-19 continues to plat havoc with its calendar. The second Rome race on the new-look Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR circuit is also expected to have an earlier start time than the usual 4pm start time. The […]

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Porsche sign up to GEN 3

Porsche has become the fourth Formula E manufacturer to sign up to the championship’s new Gen3 rules which will run until the end of the 2025-26 season. The new regulations will start at the end of 2o22 ahead of Formula E’s ninth season. The German manufacture join Mahindra, DS, and Nissan in committing to the all-electric […]

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Financial stability is the main issue surrounding GEN 3

Mercedes EQ Team Principal Ian James believes that the financial stability of Formula E in the future has been one of the major issues the teams must iron out before they sign up for the Gen 3 era in 2022.  James admitted that the series will attract new manufacturers to the sport despite Audi’s and BMW’s departures at […]

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Sam Bird Wins a halted Diriyah E-Prix

Sam Bird has won a halted Diriyah E-Prix after a red flag stopped the race with three minutes remaining after a crash between Mitch Evans and Alex Lynn, which has resulted in Lynn being taken to hospital for precautionary checks.  Maximillian Gunther came together with Tom Blomqvist at Turn 18 and immediately after the Evans […]

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Brake failure likely cause of Mortara’s FP3 Crash

The Venturi Formula E Team has suspected that brake failure could be the cause of Edoardo Mortara’s crash at the end of Free Practice 3 in Diriyah.  Mortara did a practice start, but the Swiss-Italian driver went straight on at Turn 18 and slammed into the Tecpro barriers without slowing down. Therefore the teams feel […]

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Nyck De Vries dominates the Diriyah E-Prix

Nyck De Vries back ups his first pole position in Formula E with his first win in the series after a commanding drive from lights to flag in Diriyah.  The Dutchmen was able to to survive two safety car periods by creating a second gap on the restart to ensure that he could take his […]

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