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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…

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Shanghai E-Prix | FE FP3 | Cassidy leads quiet session from Ticktum and Da Costa

It’s time for the second leg of this weekend’s Shanghai double header, starting with FP3. Will Jaguar be once again the fastest team on track? The dynamic duo is the first couple of cars out on track, with Cassidy setting the first benchmark in 1:15.77s. It’s improved shortly after by many drivers, including the DS…

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Formula E | Shanghai E-Prix | Race 1 | Mitch Evans wins from Wehrlein and Cassidy

Formula E is back in China, where the series made its start. After an intense Qualifying session, Jean-Éric Vergne proved he was quick and took pole position. This will be his 16th pole, equalling Buemi’s record. The Frenchman was the winner in Formula E’s last visit to China. The Shanghai International Circuit is a high-energy…

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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…

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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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Marta García takes part in Formula E’s Berlin Rookie Test and had to “adapt quickly” as she was straight out of FRECA race weekend

The reigning F1 Academy Champion added participation in Formula E’s Rookie Test to her busy schedule. Just this weekend, Marta García raced in the season opener for Formula Regional European Championship by Alpine (FRECA) with Iron Dames, alongside her teammate Doriane Pin. Though not scoring any points, it was certainly a valuable experience for the…

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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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