Hartley to join Dragon Formula E Team

The Ferrari Formula 1 simulator driver and Toyota World Endurance Team regular Brendon Hartley to go electric for the 2019/2020 season. Former Toro Rosso driver Brendon Hartley has been announced as part of the Dragon Racing line up for the 2019/2020 season of Formula E. Having previously done testing for the Porsche factory team, he... Continue Reading →

Swiss E-Prix: Vergne on pole

Jean-Eric Vergne took pole position for DS Techeetah today, sharing the front row with Mitch Evans. Evans was top of the results, but Vergne set a 1:18.813 in superpole, promoting him to the front. Evans clipped the inside wall on the long left of T6 during his effort, leaving him 3 tenths behind. He managed... Continue Reading →

Buemi takes clear Berlin Pole

Sebastien Buemi will start today's Berlin E-Prix from pole position after setting a time in Superpole almost four tenths clear of fastest man in group qualifying, Stoffel Vandoorne. Lucas Di Grassi will start third after becoming the first man this season to reach superpole coming from group one, ahead of Vandoorne's teammate, Gary Paffett. Alex... Continue Reading →

Vergne wins the Monaco E-Prix

Jean-Eric Vergne has clinched his second race win of the season after converting pole position into victory at the Monaco E-Prix. In a race that would be all about energy conservation, Vergne held on for the victory from a hard-charging Oliver Rowland who had saved a bit more energy than the Frenchman in the early... Continue Reading →

Wehrlein snatches Parisian pole

Pascal Wehrlein became the first repeat pole sitter of the 2018-19 Formula E Season after he beat the Nissans of Oliver Rowland and Sebastien Buemi in the superpole shootout. Formula E had been on a run of seven different pole sitters and seven different winners from seven different teams. Robin Frijns is the furthest up... Continue Reading →

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