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Jaguar expresses GEN4 commitment in Formula E

Jaguar expresses GEN4 commitment in Formula E

JAGUAR TCS Racing has confirmed a long-term commitment to the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship by signing to participate in the GEN4 era, set to commence in 2026 and running through seasons 13-16. Jaguar is one of Formula E’s most successful teams, boasting many race wins including with its current drivers in the 2023/24 season, New Zealanders Mitch Evans and Nick Cassidy. Cassidy is currently the leader of the 2023/24 drivers standings in the FE championship series. Jaguar TCS Team principal James Barclay (left), Nick Cassidy, race winner Mitch Evans (centre), and DS Penske's Stoffel Vandoorne (right) at the…
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Software Scare & Shanghai Showdown: China’s FE Return Heats Up

Software Scare & Shanghai Showdown: China’s FE Return Heats Up

FORMULA E greets its fans with the Chinese greeting “Ni hao” ahead of its eleventh and twelfth rounds in the world championship series.  The People’s Republic of China returned as hosts to the Formula E (FE) calendar, but this time in a different city from its first stint (a Beijing street circuit), in Shanghai. Nicolas Prost (e.dams-Renault) leading the way in the first Formula E street race in Beijing, China, 2014. Picture: Formula E. The Chinese double-header is the home race for the ERT team, which is one of the few original FE teams to have joined from the start…
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Jaguar’s Mitch Evans wins an intense Monaco E-Prix battle  

Jaguar’s Mitch Evans wins an intense Monaco E-Prix battle  

MITCH Evans fulfilled his racing dream as he crossed the finish line to take his (and Jaguar’s) first win at the Monaco E-Prix after only making the podium in four previous races.  The eighth round of the Formula E championship in the Principality featured a number of plot twists and damaged front wings collected by the track circuit barriers. "FINALLY!! Amazing work by everyone. Honestly, I have been waiting so long for this, way before Formula E. Great teamwork with Nick,” Evans said on a team radio post-race. Evans came from third to take his first chequered flag in the streets of…
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São Paulo heats up with dramatic win for Sam Bird

São Paulo heats up with dramatic win for Sam Bird

FORMULA E returned from a month-long break and travelled to Brazil for the fifth round of the world championship. Sam Bird celebrates towards the podium of the 2024 São Paulo E-Prix. Picture: Supplied São Paulo, a city with a rich motorsport heritage, was electrified as it geared up for the adrenaline-pumping race that brought feisty competition and flying front wings.  NEOM McLaren’s Sam Bird stormed to win the race, a tough battle against Jaguar TCS Racing’s Mitch Evans that carried after the second safety car right until the end of the race 34-lap race.  Evans and Bird engage in a…
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Da Costa wins Africa’s 1st ePrix in Cape Town

Da Costa wins Africa’s 1st ePrix in Cape Town

ON a beautiful sunny afternoon, right under the Table Mountain, Antonio Felix da Costa made history by winning the ABB FIA Formula E world championship - The Cape Town ePrix - and the first on African soil. The street race was filled with drama, with several key drivers, including championship leader Pascal Wehrlein, crashing out. Da Costa, driving for Porsche, drove a bold race and impressed with his brave overtaking skills after starting 11th, to register his first win in the championship. The victory also delivered glimpses of the ability of Da Costa, who won the championship in the 2019-20…
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