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Oliver Rowland ends FP1 Fastest for Nissan

Oliver Rowland ended a curtailed FP1 session fastest after James Calado brought out the red flag with 10 minutes remaining, but the session was not restarted.  Calado was suffering from software issues and the Jaguar team decided to do a full power-unit change during the session to try and resolve the issue. The British driver […]

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Rast eyeing Audi seat for Season 7

Rene Rast is looking to extend his contract with Audi into season seven if the German driver gets the opportunity to at the end of the season.  The 33-year old will make his second start in Formula E on Wednesday after previously racing for Team Aguri during the season two Berlin E-Prix. The two-time DTM […]

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Da Costa approaching these races as if any one can win it

Championship leader Antonio Felix Da Costa has stated that anyone can take the championship in the final six races of the season in Berlin. The Techeetah driver currently has an 11 point lead over Mitch Evans in the Jaguar, but the Portuguese driver is trying to approach the race as a normal race weekend, instead […]

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2 people test positive for COVID-19 ahead of season restart

Formula E conducted their first round of coronavirus testing on Monday, and two people have been confirmed to have tested positive for COVID-19  As of Monday, August 3, 1,421 people tested received negative results and two received positive results. The two individuals have entered self-quarantine in accordance with the instructions of the relevant public health […]

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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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Berlin E-Prix Track worker killed in fatal accident

Helder Moreira was killed on Wednesday during construction work at Tempelhof Airport, Berlin, a week before the Formula E season was set to restart there on August 5th. Track workers were nine days into building the circuit, and operating for the first time under strict guidelines enforced by the German government as precautions against the […]

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Sergio Sette Camara replaces Hartley at Dragon

Dragon Racing has announced that Sergio Sette Camara will replace Brendon Hartley for the remaining six races of the 2019/2020 Formula E season.  The American team did not provide a reason to why the split with Hartley has occurred, but instead, Jay Penske the team Principal and Owner of the Dragon Racing team explained his […]

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Agag lays out vision for Gen 3 Formula E cars

Formula E founder and chairman Alejandro Agag has laid out his plans for the Gen 3 cars, which are set to be introduced from season 9. Speaking to a webcast this morning, Agag confirmed that the new generation of cars would be lighter, faster and better at regenerating energy. There had been fears that the […]

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Formula E to race on full Monaco circuit in 2021

Formula E chairman and founder Alejandro Agag has confirmed that the series will race on the full Monaco Grand Prix circuit next season. Previously, the all-electric series has run on a shortened layout of the classic circuit for the Monaco ePrix, with famous sections such as the Loews Hairpin and the tunnel excluded. However, speaking […]

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ABB to supply charging technology to Formula E Gen 3 cars

ABB has been confirmed as the provider of the charging technology for Gen 3 cars in the FIA Formula E World Championship. Currently, the series plans to introduce the Gen 3 cars from the start of the 2022-23 season, with the vehicles designed to be lighter, faster and more energy-efficient. The title partner of Formula […]

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