Brendon Hartley says two rookies would have been a “high risk” for Porsche, which ultimately selected Andre Lotterer over the ex-Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver for its Formula E line-up. Hartley, who will make his FE debut with Dragon in the upcoming 2019/20 season, had helped Porsche with its initial private testing of its 99X […]

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The upcoming season features 14 races in 9 capital cities across five continents – starting with a double header in Diriyah in Saudi Arabia on November 22 and 23 and coming to a close in London with another double-header in July 2020. This year’s expanded 12-team entry list will see 24 of the world’s top […]

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Brendon Hartley, Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima gave the No. 8 Toyota TS050 Hybrid its first victory of the 2019-20 FIA World Endurance Championship season with a dominant performance in the 6 Hours of Fuji. The winning crew never gave up the net lead to their sister No. 7 car, which finished second in the […]

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LMP1 Toyota Gazoo Racing has locked out the front row of the grid for Sunday’s FIA World Endurance Championship race, with Rebellion Racing remaining close on one-lap speed in qualifying. Mike Conway started off qualifying with a rapid first flying lap in the #7 Toyota, going top with a 1:36.038, and immediately pitting afterwards to […]

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New GEOX Dragon signing Brendon Hartley says that Porsche supported his move to becoming an ABB FIA Formula E Championship driver. In his first interview since being announced as a GEOX Dragon driver, the Kiwi told e-racing365 that he is “appreciative” of Porsche allowing him to form a Formula E program after he was approached […]

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Brendon Hartley will give priority to his Toyota Gazoo Racing role should any clashes remain between the ABB FIA Formula E Championship and FIA World Endurance Championship. The New Zealander signed a deal in April with Toyota Gazoo Racing to replace Fernando Alonso and partner Sebastien Buemi and Kazuki Nakajima for a full 2019-20 WEC […]

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Brendon Hartley has signed to drive for GEOX Dragon in the upcoming ABB FIA Formula E Championship season. The two-time FIA World Endurance Champion will make his Formula E debut at the Ad Diriyah E-Prix this November in one of the latest iterations of the Penske Autosport-designed car, to be known as the Penske EV-4. […]

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The New Zealander made one appearance in the Super Season, racing with SMP Racing at Sebring in March, finishing third at the end of the 8 Hour event in Florida. We caught up with Brendon Hartley at The Prologue, the two day official pre season test held at Barcelona, to talk about the coming season […]

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Kazuki Nakajima set the pace for Toyota Gazoo Racing in the second session of the FIA World Endurance Championship Prologue which was truncated by a lengthy red flag. Broken curbing in the second sector put Tuesday evening’s four-hour session hold for an hour and prompted WEC officials to extend the run-time by 30 minutes. By […]

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Brendon Hartley says it remains “a possibility” that he will race for Porsche’s Formula E squad in 2019/20, despite joining Toyota for the World Endurance Championship over the same period. Hartley has been involved in Porsche’s initial on-track development for its ABB FIA FE powertrain alongside Neel Jani, who is already confirmed as one of […]

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