The pressure of Jaguar’s return to racing and a “painful” start to the 2016/17 Formula E season meant Mitch Evans was unsure he would be retained by the manufacturer. Evans was announced as one of Jaguar’s 2017/18 FE drivers, alongside new recruit Nelson Piquet Jr, at the team’s official launch last Thursday. Though Evans emerged as […]

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Jaguar has signed Formula E’s inaugural champion Nelson Piquet Jr to partner Mitch Evans for the 2017/18 season. Piquet switches from the NextEV/NIO team after failing to finish in the top 10 in the championship since winning the title. He replaces Adam Carroll in Jaguar’s line-up for its second FE campaign. Jaguar has sought Piquet […]

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Sam Bird put his name in the history books as the FIA Formula E Championship made its historic debut on the streets of New York City for round 9 of the 2016/17 Championship. In the first ever FIA-sanctioned competition on the streets of the American metropolis, the DS Virgin Racing team had a strong showing […]

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The FIA Formula E Championship returned to Paris for a second ePrix around the iconic streets of Les Invalides today, 20 May, and it was points-leader Sebastien Buemi who secured a fifth victory of the season for the Renault e.dams squad. Buemi had taken pole position earlier in the day, and fended off the challenge […]

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Sebastien Buemi has extended his lead in the FIA Formula E Championship standings to 15 points having just managed to stay ahead of main title rival Lucas Di Grassi around the narrow streets of Monaco following a high-pressure fight to the flag. The Renault e.dams driver secured an impressive pole position, and led the race […]

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Lucas di Grassi claimed an extraordinary first victory of the 2016/17 Formula E season after a chaotic race in Mexico City. The Abt Audi Sport driver was last after having to pit on the third lap to fix a broken rear wing, but gambled on a safety car just before the halfway mark and claimed […]

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Sebastien Buemi took victory in the Buenos Aires ePrix to become the first driver to win three Formula E races in a row. The Renault e.dams driver kept Jean-Eric Vergne at arm’s length in the second half of the contest to open up a 29-point lead at the top of the drivers’ championship. His nearest […]

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Lucas di Grassi put aside an earlier practice crash to take his first ever Formula E pole position at Buenos Aires. The Brazilian set a time of 1m09.404s in his Abt Schaeffler FE02 car to head Jean-Eric Vergne who looked as if he would take the top spot in the final moments of the session. […]

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