Formula E

Formula E returns to London’s Battersea Park from July 1 to 3 with a season finale two-race spectacular. This report highlights five drivers on track for glory, the increasing popularity of electric vehicles and how the technology is moving from slipstream to mainstream. It also takes the Formula E car apart, outlining the changes that season two will bring to the development of the car’s components, and shines a spotlight on Jaguar’s plans to develop electric

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Formula E 2016
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Global brands racing to sponsor Formula E

Formula E electric-powered ePrix racing returns to London’s Battersea Park from July 1 to 3 with a season finale two-race spectacular


5 Formula E drivers on track for glory

Formula E has attracted a high calibre of world-class international racing drivers, who are a mix from Formula 1 to Le Mans. Here are five rising stars…


The Formula E car broken down

The chassis and battery are standard, but for season two Formula E has opened up development of the car’s other components to the teams’ engineers


Directions on the road to electric cars

What’s around the corner for electric cars, their production and adoption by motorists? Norbert Ruecker, head of commodities research at Julius Baer, offers some advice


Electric cars moving from slipstream to mainstream

Driven by environmental and health concerns over harmful exhaust emissions, electric vehicles are beginning to sell in larger numbers, benefitting in part from Formula E technological development


Jaguar is back and raring to go... electric

A revered marque in the world of cars, Jaguar is poised to pounce back into motor sport


Striving for the podium with a purpose

Formula E boss with the Virgin DS Racing team Alex Tai tells of his hopes and expectations for the groundbreaking sport


Game on for Visa Europe and Formula E

Visa Europe and Formula E – racing partners who challenge the status quo


Winning taste of victory

At the start of this season, Maison Mumm announced a new partnership deal with FIA Formula E Championship as the official champagne of the series

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