Formula E’s first season with its new ‘Gen3’ cars begins this weekend. Here’s what else has changed in the all-electric series.
Nissan driver Norman Nato has chosen to race as number 17 in his return to Formula E next year as a tribute to Jules Bianchi, his fellow French racer who died seven years ago.
McLaren have announced multiple DTM champion Rene Rast as one of their Formula E drivers. Meanwhile Nissan have confirmed an all-new line-up.
All Mercedes-powered Formula E cars have been allowed to participate in today’s race, having been barred from joining the qualifying session earlier today.
Monaco-based Formula E team Venturi have announced its former reserve driver Norman Nato as the replacement for Felipe Massa, who left the team immediately after this year’s Berlin finale.