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The Rookie with a Point to Prove: Jake Dennis

After the departure of Alexander Sims from BMW at the end of season six, the vacant Formula E seat was highly sought after by many contenders. After an impressive display of his talent and adaptability, Jake Dennis ended up being the driver to secure the seat and make his return to single seater racing. The […]

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Da Costa Can’t wait for new car

Antonio Felix Da Costa can’t wait to get his hands on Ds Techeetah’s new car in Rome after he secured a podium in Diriyah on Saturday. Ds Techeetah ran with their season six powertrain in Diriyah, and Da Costa was delighted that the team were still able to secure a podium with the old car. […]

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Why Formula E’s latest esports competition should be taken seriously

In the midst of a worldwide pandemic, Formula E staged sim-racing to fill the gap, but unfortunately the series itself was underwhelming and overshadowed by controversy. Formula E’s latest sim-racing series starts at the end of the month; we take a look at what went wrong last time, and why those mistakes won’t be repeated […]

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Which permanent circuits should Formula E consider during COVID?

With last month’s announcement that the Santiago E-Prix has been postponed, it’s starting to look like the upcoming calendar for the 2021 Formula E season could be forced to undergo significant changes. When Formula E announced their calendar in August last year, COVID-19 was seemingly starting to disappear and the optimism was there that we […]

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Alex Lynn on Jaguar, Sustainability and Mahindra’s new powertrain

Alex Lynn has been a presence in Formula E since 2016, when he first participated in Jaguar’s pre-season testing at Donington Park. On Wednesday, Lynn was announced as a Mahindra driver; the first time since season four that he has secured a race seat for a full season. Lynn was without a seat for the […]

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Scuderia-E in contact with three Formula E teams

Scuderia E, an Italian-Turkish team that has registered interest in joining Formula E in 2022, is in contact with three teams from within the series as they look to find their way onto the grid.  Formula E has a maximum of 12 teams allowed to participate in the championship, which means that the man spearheading […]

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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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Why Formula E’s esports thunder has been stolen, and how to win it back

It’s been three years since Formula E pioneered motor racing esports with their $1 Million eRace event in Las Vegas. Since then Formula One has found huge success with their own esports series. It begs the question: Why hasn’t Formula E been able to capitalise on their head-start in esports? Last month, in a shopping […]

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Why Antonio Felix da Costa is the most significant summer signing

If you’re a driver in Formula E, the team to be with at the moment is DS Techeetah. A double world championship winning team, current team of two time world champion Jean- Eric Vergne and now the new home for Antonio Felix da Costa. Having raced in the all electric series for five seasons now, […]

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Why Jaguar made the right choice in signing James Calado

Panasonic Jaguar Racing signed James Calado to complete their driver lineup for season six, a decision which few had anticipated beforehand. However, we take a look at the Englishman’s career thus far to argue that Jaguar have made a very shrewd and inspired driver choice. It’s fair to say that many people were expecting one […]

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