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We Must Keep Improving: Dilbagh Gill

Mahindra Racing Team Principal Dilbagh Gill is not keen on resting on the team’s positive start to the season as they managed a podium finish in Beijing and a double-points scoring position in Malaysia. However, Gill believes that this season is all about the development race around the powertrain, and if they want to maintain […]

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ExCel Centre Ready To Snatch London ePrix

The ExCel Exhibition Centre in London is ready to pounce if Wandsworth Council decides not to host a Formula E race next season. The south London authority are set to make their decision this evening on whether they will again stage the fully electric single-seater championship at Battersea Park. The staging of the race at […]

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Residents to Vote on Possible Adelaide ePrix

The Australian city of Adelaide is looking into the prospect of staging a Formula E ahead of a Town Hall by-election. Thirteen candidates have made proposals to the public, with Formula E being one of the proposals up for discussion. The public will be sent out a ballot paper this week to vote on the […]

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Putrajaya Timetable Reshuffled.

The Putrajaya timetable has been moved forward by two hours for the second year in sucession. The reason for the move is to avoid a potential heavey downpour later in the evening. The race will take place at 2 pm local time, which is 6 am(GMT). There will only be one practice session that will […]

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Mahindra’s Problems come mainly in Qualifying

The Indian team have a strong race package as Bruno Senna has often come through the field to score points during the ePrix’s. Senna said that Mahindra Racing have tried may different setups that they thought would work in qualifying, but actually they haven’t worked. “We have different strategies for qualifying and the race, we […]

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The Formula E Car is a Challenging Car to Drive

Amlin Aguri driver Antonio Felix Da Costa feels that a Formula E car is a very hard car to drive. The 23-year-0ld has driven a wide calibre of cars in his career and he feels that a Formula E car is just as challenging to drive. The Portuguese driver who is part of the Red […]

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San Francisco in Talks With Formula E about Hosting a Race

San Francisco in California are in talks with Formula E about hosting an ePrix in the future. The United States of America already hosts two ePrix’s at Miami and Long Beach and it is unclear if one of these events will be replaced, or if San Francisco will be added to the calendar alongside these […]

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Agag Wants to Change The Fanboost Rules

Alejandro Agag is working with the FIA in order to try and change the rules regarding the Fanboost. Agag wants to give the fans far more involvement in the sport if the FIA allows him to change the rules. Currently, the rules for Fanboost are that fans can vote for their favourite driver up to […]

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Previewing the Long Beach ePrix

The Long Beach street circuit has been an icon for motor-racing since 1975 when Formula 5000 took to the streets of California for the first time. From 1976, Formula One entered Long Beach for its first race in Los Angeles, which was won by Clay Regazzoni in his Ferrari. Formula One spent eight years at […]

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Drivers Discuss the Pit Stop Minimum Time

The pit stop minimum time has caused a lot of confusion over the first four races of the Formula E season. As drivers have to change car during a pit stop at each ePrix, Formula E decided to install a minimum pit stop time of one minute and 11 seconds. To clarify this is the […]

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