Photo credits: Formula E

Shanghai E-Prix | FE Qualifying |Hughes takes pole after incredibly close Duel with Vandoorne

Group A sees out on track the Nissan, Envision and Maserati drivers, as well as Cassidy, Dennis, Vandoorne, Ticktum and De Vries. After the first set of attempts the ERT driver is leading the way with a 1:15-013s, followed by Rowland, Frijns and Fenestraz. With seven minutes to go both Maserati drivers get into the…

Read More
Photo Credit: Formula E | Sam Bagnall

Shanghai E-Prix | Qualifying | Vergne continues his legacy in China and takes pole position

With Mitch Evans on top during FP1 and Norman Nato and Jean-Éric Vergne matching each other’s times in FP2, the Formula E drivers, were ready to battle it out in the first qualifying session of the doubleheader weekend in Shanghai. So far this season, Pascal Wehrlein has scored the most pole positions, with three under…

Read More
Photo credits: Formula E | Simon Galloway

Shanghai E-Prix | FE FP1 | Evans fastest in a troubled session ahead of Nato and Vergne

It’s time for the first on track session of the weekend’s double header in Shanghai. The first drivers to set a timed lap were Frijns and Buemi, returning to Envision following their Endurance round break from Formula E. Sam Bird has also resumed his spot driving for Neom McLaren following his hand surgery. Five minutes…

Read More
Photo credits: Formula E | Dom Romney

Berlin E-Prix | FE Qualifying | Mortara takes first Mahindra points ahead of Vandoorne and Vergne

Group A features both Porsche and Mahindra drivers as well as Dennis, Evans, Vergne, Fenestraz, Ticktum, Daruvala and Eriksson, with the latter the first driver to exit the pits ahead of the first qualifying session on the new Berlin layout. After the first set of attempts Vergne has the early benchmark in 1:03.77s, joined by…

Read More
Photo Credit: Jaguar TCS Racing

FE Monaco E-Prix | Race | A double podium for Jaguar TCS Racing with Evans in the lead

At the start of the Monaco E-Prix, Pascal Wehrlein expertly converted his pole position into a lead, while Stoffel Vandoorne had to immediately defend his second place as the field sorted itself into formation. However, drama unfolded early as Nyck de Vries lost his front wing in an incident at Saint Devote, setting off a…

Read More
Photo credits: Tag Heuer Porsche

FE Monaco E-Prix | Qualifying | Championship leader Wehrlein on pole ahead of Vandoorne

In the initial phase of qualifying, drivers were divided into two groups based on their championship positions, with Group A consisting of odd-numbered positions. This saw the likes of Mitch Evans taking to the track first, while newcomer Barnard awaited his turn. Group A hit the circuit, with only four spots available for the subsequent…

Read More
Photo credits: Jaguar TCS Racing

Misano E-Prix | Qualifying Report: Evans on Pole after close Duel with Vergne

Group A came first out on track, featuring both Porsche, Maserati, Ds, Nissan drivers as well as Frijns, Di Grassi and Sette Camara. The first set of attempts sees Vergne lead once again with a 1:18.513s, with Vandoorne, Fenestraz and Gunther provisionally making the cut to the Duels as well. The Frenchman shaves off some…

Read More