Panasonic Jaguar Racing welcomes test driver Sacha Fenestraz to drive the Jaguar I-TYPE 4 in the one-day ‘rookie’ test on 1 March following the Marrakesh E-Prix.
Frédéric Makowiecki (FR) and Thomas Preining (AT) will be on track in Morocco for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team during the official ABB FIA Formula E Championship rookie test. The day after the Marrakesh E-Prix (1 March 2020), the two Porsche drivers will take over the cockpits of works drivers Neel Jani (CH) and André Lotterer (DE). This will give Makowiecki and Preining the chance to gain experience behind the wheel of the Porsche 99X Electric and provide the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team with more insights during the team’s maiden season.
Panasonic Jaguar Racing welcomes Jamie Chadwick as the first driver for the ABB FIA Formula E rookie test in Marrakesh on Sunday 1 March.
Leading British female racing driver Alice Powell has been chosen by the Envision Virgin Racing team to be one of its two rookie drivers to take part in the only in-season test of the current Formula E season on Sunday 1 March.
Envision Virgin Racing driver Robin Frijns believes he and team-mate Sam Bird will be ‘on the limit’ during this weekend’s Mexico City E-Prix as their all-electric Formula E cars are set to record their fastest qualifying speeds to date approaching 240kph (150mph).
On 15 February the ABB FIA Formula E Championship will race in Mexico City for the fifth time in the series’ history.
Takuma Aoki, former World Superbike and Grand Prix motorcycle road racer, joins the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY racing for Team Yokohama Challenge.
Formula E and the FIA have today given fans a first look at the newly named Gen2 EVO, using a reimagined design that will debut in season seven when the electric racing series competes under the banner of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
All Chinese staffs of the NIO 333 Formula E team celebrated the traditional Chinese New Year’s holiday in China after the Santiago E-Prix.
In view of the continued spread of coronavirus and after close consultation with the relevant departments of Hainan Province and Sanya Municipal Government, Formula E – together with the FIA, the Federation of Automobile and Motorcycle Sports of People’s Republic of China (CAMF), and regional partner Enova Holdings – have jointly decided not to race in Sanya on the scheduled date of March 21, 2020.