AlphaTauri team principal Franz Tost says new Formula 1 drivers need at least three years to prove they can compete at the top level.
Formula E’s first season with its new ‘Gen3’ cars begins this weekend. Here’s what else has changed in the all-electric series.
With the year coming to an end, a new Formula E season begins in a matter of weeks. Before then, RaceFans looks back at the best performers of 2022.
Dragon have announced their rebrand as Penske Autosport, as well as the arrival of a new powertrain supply and two champions for the next Formula E season
Following criticism of its long-standing qualifying format Formula E has introduced a complicated new ‘duels’ system. Here’s how it will work when the 2022 championship begins next week.
Vergne has won a second Formula E title, as his championship rivals crashed each other out on the final lap of the New York Eprix.
Championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne has taken pole position for the Bern EPrix, narrowly beating Mitch Evans one of 16 drivers still fighting for the title with three races to go.
Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne warned fans will be “bored” if the championship’s new format for 2018-19 leads to more flat-out racing.
Formula E championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne is relishing the prospect of having more power under his foot when the series introduces its second-generation car later this year.
Formula E championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne says he doesn’t consider the category a lesser series than Formula One anymore.
Ferrari have announced further changes to their test driver line-up with Jean-Eric Vergne joining the team.
Jean-Eric Vergne will make his debut in Formula E at this weekend’s round in Uruguay with the Andretti team.
Jean-Eric Vergne has ruled himself out of remaining in Formula One with Toro Rosso in 2015.
Jean-Eric Vergne has been moved back to tenth place in the final classification for the United States Grand Prix following a penalty for colliding with Romain Grosjean.
Jean-Eric Vergne has become the second driver this weekend to collect a grid penalty for an engine change.
Jean-Eric Vergne, who does not have an F1 seat for 2015, said he had shown his potential by equalling his career best result of sixth in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Jean-Eric Vergne has been given a penalty point for leaving the track and gaining an advantage during the German Grand Prix.
The stewards have penalised Toro Rosso after the team fell foul of one of the new regulations introduced for the 2014 season.
Jean-Eric Vergne says the lack of run-off at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is part of what makes the circuit so rewarding to drive.
Jean-Eric Vergne believes Toro Rosso can fix many of the problems they still face as they prepare for the first race of the season.