Formula E in talks over open batteries, custom bodywork for ‘Gen4’

Following the launch of the championship’s new Gen3 car at the Monaco Yacht Club, which will debut in the 2022-23 season, a number of manufacturers inside and outside of Formula E held talks about future directions for the championship following the third-generation rules.
Reigle, who was confirmed as joining the board of motorsport technology company Griiip on Friday, says that the …Keep reading Source

FE chief Reigle reveals Gen4 talking points; joins Griiip board

Following the launch of the championship’s new Gen3 car at the Monaco Yacht Club, which will debut in the 2022-23 season, a number of manufacturers inside and outside of Formula E held talks about future directions for the championship following the third-generation rules.
Reigle, who was confirmed as joining the board of motorsport technology company Griiip on Friday, says that the …Keep reading Source

How Mortara ended a long drought to revive Formula E title challenge

A run of two consecutive retirements, both as a result of damage from contact, had taken Edoardo Mortara out of the Formula E championship lead. Upon arriving at the disused Tempelhof Airport, the apron of the expansive terminals now transformed into a racing circuit, Mortara was fifth overall and 32 points behind championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne – the Belgian having taken a swing of 35 …Keep reading Source

How a long drought ending revived a Formula E ace’s title challenge

A run of two consecutive retirements, both as a result of damage from contact, had taken Edoardo Mortara out of the Formula E championship lead. Upon arriving at the disused Tempelhof Airport, the apron of the expansive terminals now transformed into a racing circuit, Mortara was fifth overall and 32 points behind championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne – the Belgian having taken a swing of 35 …Keep reading Source

Rowland: Mahindra making a “difference” with new Formula E updates

The Yorkshireman had just missed out on a spot in Sunday’s qualifying duels, ultimately starting 10th ahead of teammate Alexander Sims, who had made the final on Saturday.
Mahindra had been a presence among the frontrunners across practice, and Rowland put that newly extracted pace to good use in his rise through the field in the second race.
Having charged up to fifth as he sought to be the …Keep reading Source

Rowland: Mahindra making a difference with Formula E updates

The Yorkshireman had just missed out on a spot in Sunday’s qualifying duels, ultimately starting 10th ahead of teammate Alexander Sims, who had made the final on Saturday.
Mahindra had been a presence among the frontrunners across practice, and Rowland put that newly extracted pace to good use in his rise through the field in the second race.
Having charged up to fifth as he sought to be the …Keep reading Source

De Vries “surprised” by first corner Berlin E-Prix move on Mortara

Starting from third place, de Vries captured a strong getaway to make his way down the inside of second-placed Robin Frijns but, as polesitter Mortara left the door slightly ajar into the first corner, de Vries took the opportunity to go for the lead.
The opportunism paid off for de Vries, who picked up first early on and allowed him to dictate the pace of the reversed race around the Tempelhof …Keep reading Source

Da Costa: FE set “bad precedent” with no Frijns Berlin penalty

On the final lap, da Costa was trying to keep hold of fifth place by keeping Frijns at bay, and looked to have weathered the storm as the two approached Turn 6.
Frijns got the slipstream on da Costa and attempted to switch to his left to complete the move as da Costa was bearing right, which resulted in the Envision car hitting the DS Techeetah’s rear.
Da Costa produced an inch-perfect save …Keep reading Source

Da Costa: Formula E set “bad precedent” with no Frijns penalty in Berlin clash

On the final lap, da Costa was trying to keep hold of fifth place by keeping Frijns at bay, and looked to have weathered the storm as the two approached Turn 6.
Frijns got the slipstream on da Costa and attempted to switch to his left to complete the move as da Costa was bearing right, which resulted in the Envision car hitting the DS Techeetah’s rear.
Da Costa produced an inch-perfect save …Keep reading Source