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post Nov 20 2019, 04:02 PM
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2019/20 Season

22nd November 2019- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
23rd November 2019- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
18th January 2020- Santiago, Chile
15th February 2020- Mexico City, Mexico
29th February 2020- Marrakesh, Morocco
21st March 2010- Sanya, China
4th April 2020- Rome, Italy
18th April 2020- Paris, France
3rd May 2020- Seoul, South Korea
6th June 2010- Jakarta, Indonesia
21st June 2010- Berlin, Germany
11th July 2020- New York, USA
25th July 2020- London, Great Britain
26th July 2020- London, Great Britain[/b]


Teams and Drivers:

Envision Virgin Racing-

Sam Bird (GB)
Robin Frijins (NED)

NIO 333 FE Team-

Oliver Turvey (GB)
Ma Qinghua (CHN)

Mercedes-Benz-

Stoffel Vandoorne (BEL)
Nyck de Vries (NED)

GEOX Dragon-

Brendon Hartley (NZL)
Nico Muller (SUI)

Audi Sport-

Lucas Di Grassi (BRA)
Daniel Abt (GER)


DS Techeetah:

Antonio Felix da Costa (POR)
Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA)

TAG Heuer Porsche:

Neel Jani (SUI)
Andre Lotterer (GER)

Venturi Racing:

Felipe Massa (BRA)
Edoardo Mortara (SUI)

Panasonic Jaguar:

Mitch Evans (NZL)
James Calado (GB)

Nissan e.dams:

Oliver Rowland (GB)
Sebastien Buemi (SUI)

BMW i Andretti:

Alexander Sims (GB)
Maximillan Gunther (GER)

Mahindra Racing:

Jerome d'Ambrosio (BEL)
Pascal Wehrlein (GER)

Live coverage will be on BBC and selected races live will be on QUEST.
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post Dec 16 2019, 05:45 PM
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The FIA has issued the technical tenders for the next generation of Formula E car that will race in the all-electric world championship from the 2022-23 season onwards.

The new deal will encompass three seasons covering the series up to and including the 2024-25 campaign.
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post Jan 18 2020, 11:27 PM
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post Jan 19 2020, 09:25 AM
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What a race. Stunningly impressive drive from Max Günther. Measured and clean.

He’s just made FE look like a really viable option for a young driver in F3 or F2.
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Jaguar's Mitch Evans took a dominant win at the Mexico City E-Prix after a brave move at the first corner.

The New Zealander overtook polesitter Andre Lotterer after squeezing his car between the wall and the Porsche.

Britain's Sam Bird looked set for a well-earned second place for Envision Virgin Racing before crashing out under pressure from Antonio Felix da Costa with four minutes to go.

Evans takes the lead in the drivers' standings from Stoffel Vandoorne.

Mercedes driver Vandoorne failed to score for the first time this season as Britain's Alexander Sims, who finished fifth for BMW iAndretti, moved into second place in the standings on 46 points, one behind Evans.
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The introduction of the new Formula E car has been delayed to save costs amid the coronavirus crisis.

The new Gen2 Evo was to be raced at the start of the 2020-21 season, but teams agreed to hold it back to help lower development costs.
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Audi have fired Formula E racer Daniel Abt after a professional gamer played under his name in an esports version of the series.

Abt, 27, had admitted the deception in Saturday's Formula E Race at Home Challenge Series, saying he had not taken it "as seriously as I should".

"Today I was informed in conversation with Audi that our ways will split from now on," Abt said.

"We won't be racing together in Formula E any more."

He added: "It is a pain that I have never felt in this way in my life."

The Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler driver had been competing in Formula E since the sport's inaugural season in 2014.

His third-place finish in Saturday's Race at Home event had raised suspicions among fellow competitors after he had failed to score a single point in the previous four rounds of the esports series.
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Such a bizarre story...
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Formula E 2021 provisional calendar

Santiago, Chile - 16 January, 2021
Mexico City, Mexico - 13 February
Diriyah, Saudi Arabia - 26 February
Diriyah, Saudi Arabia - 27 February
Sanya, China - 13 March
Rome*, Italy - 10 April
Paris, France - 24 April
Monaco*, Monaco - 8 May
Seoul*, South Korea - 23 May
Berlin, Germany - 19 June
New York City, USA - 10 July
London*, UK - 24 July
London*, UK - 25 July
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Formula E driver Daniel Abt has secured a return to racing a month after being sacked for letting another driver impersonate him in an esports event.

The German, 27, will drive for the Chinese Nio 333 team in the six season-finale races in Berlin from 5 August.
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