My honest thoughts on Daniel Abt’s Formula E exit

My honest thoughts on Daniel Abt’s Formula E exit

Over the past few hours, I have been trying to get down what I want to say about this whole situation. I’ve sat down and filmed myself, composed a thread on Twitter but still I gravitate back to my blog. The place where I can just blurt out my thoughts, feelings and opinions to the world.

I am not going to bullshit, I am just going to get straight into this. 

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6 things we learnt from the Formula E Season Finale in New York

6 things we learnt from the Formula E Season Finale in New York

Ah Formula E, you always know how to keep us on the edge of our seats. Whether it is producing 9 different winners, from 8 manufacturers nonetheless, or making us wait until the last round of the season to see who of the four contenders will be crowned drivers’ champion, you have got it all.

It has been a bit of a mental year, a new generation of cars meant that nobody really knew going into the season who would have the most competitive package and be able to storm ahead of the competition. As the field was so open for opportunity, a whole wave of teams and drivers were able to demonstrate the driving talent that got them in to the highly-competitive world of Formula E and at each of the first eight races, we saw a new winner crowned which brings us on to the first point nicely.

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