Kimberley Hoefnagel

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Shell and Mahindra are changing the EV industry: ‘In all the EV-Plus products you can purchase, there’s a little bit of FE involved’

Sustainability has been at the core of Formula E ever since the series was born over ten years ago. Shell and Mahindra Racing have now taken their sustainability efforts a step further, with an exciting and innovative E-Fluid recycling project. This project will not only change the way we race, but will without a doubt…

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Frijns urges FE and FIA to improve race calendars for the future: ‘Clashes shouldn’t happen’

Robin Frijns was one of four drivers that had to miss out on the Berlin E-Prix due to its clash with the 6 hours of Spa-Francorchamps. The Dutchman wasn’t too happy with the FIA, as he believes it would have been possible for them to find a solution for the clash between the two races….

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Fenestraz left ‘upset’ after crash with Nato in FE Berlin E-Prix: “Very optimistic move”

During the second Formula E race in Berlin-Tempelhof last week, we saw Sacha Fenestraz being sent into the barrier by Norman Nato. Right after the incident, Fenestraz was seen sarcastically applauding his former teammate in the cockpit of his Nissan. Following the race, Fenestraz looked back on the crash, stating Nato’s move was ‘desperate’ and…

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Ticktum reacts to crash with Di Grassi: ‘If you don’t go for a move, you’ll get done’

The first of two races in Berlin was one filled with incidents and crashes. It was seemingly impossible for the drivers to stay out of trouble, which Ticktum and Di Grassi experienced first-hand. In the 21st lap of the race, Di Grassi was hit by Ticktum, after which the Brazilian had to retire his car….

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