Teams and drivers changes for Formula E’s 7th season began even before 2019/20 ended. It all started with Pascal Wehrlein surprising everyone by trading Mahindra for Porsche. After him, Sam Bird, Daniel Abt and Alexander Sims were others who moved the chessboard of the series.
The category is in countdown to the pre-season in Valencia (on the end of November), so it is worth seeing how the teams are preparing for the new challenge.
After the turbulence caused by Daniel Abt’s departure, Audi recovered during the final rounds of the season. …
Weeks after the end of the 2019/20 season, Formula E remains on vacation. So, we still have time to focus on everything that happened during the year and analyze the pros and cons, the good and the bad. Finally, all the lessons we learned from Formula E season six.
We’ve talked a lot about Antonio Félix da Costa’s title, about the Berlin Season Finale, and about the various changes that have happened since last year.
At the end of season five, we made an analysis that included the performance of drivers and teams. We made it again after this season, but I think it is important to evaluate also how the category evolved during the 11 races disputed in its sixth year of existence. …
During the Formula E season finale in Berlin, a possible vacillating of a Venturi employee generated a small rumor about Jamie Chadwick’s joining the Monegasque team. In a conversation with a foreign website, the employee would have said “Ok, if you need any information about Felipe, Ed, or Jamie, just let me know”. Felipe and Ed, obviously, were Felipe Massa and Edoardo Mortara, but who was Jamie?
The story was told on the Formula E Zone YouTube channel in this video, starting at 10:14. In it, Jack Giordmaina reports that he interviewed Susie Wolff during the Berlin races and that Susie said that Jamie “is a driver that you definitely have to keep an eye on and that certainly other teams are doing it”. …