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DS Techeetah take positives from Diriyah ePrix despite challenges

Last season’s champions DS Techeetah have responded to a tough weekend in Saudi Arabia where they were only able to pick up three points. DriversĀ  champion Jean-Eric Vergne had to retire from race one with a steering column failure, before coming from the back of the grid to finish eighth in a penalty-blighted second race. […]

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Team Aguri look to the positives despite retirements

Team Aguri looked on course for a poduim place finish with Anotonio Felix Da Costa until his car shut down a lap before the pit stop window. Duran had also retired from the race, but the team left in high spirits, despite a double retirement. Returning race winner, Antonio Felix da Costa, recorded a personal […]

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London ePrix close to selling out

The final two rounds of the Formula E championship will begin in two weeks time and there are only a limited number of tickets left available for the season finale. The London race is also set to continue for another year, as the Wandsworth council have been extremely pleased with the interest levels the British […]

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Duran will Race in Miami for Amlin Aguri

Salvador Duran has been confirmed by Amlin Aguri to take part in next weeks Miami eprix. Formula E Zone brought you an exclusive that Duran was more than likely to remain at Amlin Aguri for the rest of the season. This will be the Mexican’s driver third race behind the wheel of the Amlin car. […]

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Mid Season Review: Amlin Aguri

Amlin Aguri have had a mix start to the season in the inaugural Formula E championship. Despite the difficult start of the season, Amlin Aguri secured their first win last time out in Buenos Aires eprix. During pre season testing, Amlin Aguri struggled to get to grips with the set up of the car, which […]

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