Bird commends “impressive” location and track ahead of Paris ePrix

Sam Bird secured Super Pole in Paris last year, demonstrating fantastic performance around the Parisian streets, although a bad start resulted in a disappointing race for the British driver who could only manage a sixth place finish.

Looking ahead to this weekend and the return to the streets of Paris, Bird hopes to improve his result here from last April, however qualifying didn’t go quite as plan – Bird describing it as “the worst qualifying I have ever had in my career”. He qualified 18th with a 1:03.573, +1.402s off the pace of Buemi.

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Antonio Felix da Costa calls for longer Formula E weekends

The FIA Formula E Championship is known for its fast-paced, action-packed race days. We are witness to two practice sessions, qualifying and a race all within a Saturday, in addition to the handful of fan engagement sessions that are scattered through out the day for visitors of the all-electric racing series.

These crazy schedules have always been a challenge for the drivers and teams in the sport. It tests the stamina of the racing drivers and the displays the skill the mechanics and engineers have in order to get a car up and running in such a short space of time, as well as fixing any damaged sustained during a session.

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Evans: Formula E is “the busiest I’ve ever been behind the wheel”

Mitch Evans is a cheeky Kiwi that at the age of just 22, is the youngest Formula E driver on the current grid. Driving for British team Panasonic Jaguar Racing, Evans has proved himself to be a huge talent behind the wheel of his all-electric Jaguar I-TYPE, scoring championship points in the past two consecutive races.  Despite only competing in his and the team’s fifth Formula E ePrix over the weekend, the former GP2 race winner has made the transition into Formula E and it’s fair to say his performance is looking, well electric.

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Buemi dominates Monaco ePrix

Sebastien Buemi took his tenth Formula E career victory in Monaco, after a tense battle with di Grassi in the final laps.

It was an action-packed start for the Monaco ePrix, with Sebastien Buemi leading the field after starting from pole position around the iconic street circuit. The race would continue to be dominated by Buemi in his Renault e.Dams but also involved many fights for position in the points.

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Rosenqvist prepares for his ‘dream’ Monaco debut

Felix Rosenqvist is a driver that seems to ace any motorsport championship that is thrown his way. Whether that be single-seaters or endurance racing, he delivers top results in every discipline he does. Which is why it seems bizzare that this Swedish superstar of a driver has yet to race at Monaco professionally.

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Exclusive Q&A with Alex Lynn

British racing star Alex Lynn looked set to make his FIA Formula E debut on the streets of Monaco this weekend with DS Virgin Racing, after team-mate Jose Maria Lopez sustained an injury at Silverstone racing in the World Endurance Championship. Although we must wait until the end of the first practice session to understand if Lopez is fit enough to race, I caught up with Lynn to discuss his thoughts on the all-electric championship and why racing in the centre of London is “what dreams are made of”.

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