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You’re Quickly Running Out of Reasons To Hate On Formula E

During Formula E’s first visit to a purpose-built race track, the event ended with half the grid out of juice before they crossed the line. It was a low point for the series and fueled the fires among its naysayers.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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You’re Quickly Running Out of Reasons To Hate On Formula E

During Formula E’s first visit to a purpose-built race track, the event ended with half the grid out of juice before they crossed the line. It was a low point for the series and fueled the fires among its naysayers.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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The Upcoming 2021/2022 Formula E Liveries Ranked

The eighth season of the Formula E series is just 59 days away (according to the series’ countdown clock), when it kicks off in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, in the 2022 new year. The new season brings with it sweeping changes to Formula E’s qualifying format, a slightly tweaked racing weekend, like the introduction of…Read more… […]

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Kazuki Nakajima Steps Out Of The Driver Seat After Racing For Toyota For 22 Years

Any racer would consider their career a success if they had raced in Formula One, taken the Le Mans 24 victory thrice, an FIA WEC world championship, and two Formula Nippon/Super Formula championships. That’s exactly what Kazuki Nakajima has done since joining forces with Toyota back in 1999. The 36-year-old driver…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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A Two-Seat Electric Racer Is The Best Way To Test Formula E Tech In The Real World, Apparently

If you ask any race fan what the point of top-tier motorsport is, they’ll probably wax poetic about how it showcases the very best automotive technology. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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“Extra Time” Is Coming To Formula E

The FIA World Motor Sport Council met in Paris yesterday. Along with approving the 2021-22 race calendar and the replacement of its awful qualifying format, the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship also received approval for a significant change to its race format. The electric single-seater category will no longer…Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Formula E Is Finally Getting Rid Of Its Awful Qualifying Format

Electric open-wheel racing series Formula E is set to get rid of its unpopular qualifying format ahead of the beginning of the 2021-22 season — pending approval from the FIA World Motor Sport Council, of course.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Extreme E Moves Its Season Finale To Its Own Backyard

Extreme E, the all-electric SUV racing series conceived of by Formula E founder Alejandro Agag, has finally announced where it will be wrapping up its inaugural season: a military base in Dorset, England for the Jurassic X Prix. And that decision stands in stark contrast to the series’ initial goals.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Extreme E Releases Its Provisional 2022 Schedule

Extreme E, the new series dedicated to off-road electric SUV racing, has announced the provisional schedule for its upcoming 2022 season. The biggest thing to note: It isn’t finished.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Touring Extreme E’s Arctic X Prix Track

Driving to Extreme E’s Arctic X Prix track from Kangerlussuaq, Greenland means you descend upon it from above. The paddock, start, and finish of the 5-mile (8.1-kilometer) circuit takes place in a sandy scar carved out of the tundra by a glacier that would have run through the mountains thousands of years ago. It…Read more… […]

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Alejandro Agag On Returning To Greenland, Extreme E’s Final Race Venue

During an interview with media ahead of the Arctic X Prix, Extreme E CEO Alejandro Agag shared his thoughts on the direction of the series and his plans for the near future — especially regarding the final race of the season and the return of the series for 2022. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Alejandro Agag On Returning To Greenland, Extreme E’s Final Race Venue

During an interview with media ahead of the Arctic X Prix, Extreme E CEO Alejandro Agag shared his thoughts on the direction of the series and his plans for the near future — especially regarding the final race of the season and the return of the series for 2022. Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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I’m Going To Greenland For The Arctic X Prix. What Do You Want To Know?

The Arctic X Prix, Extreme E’s Greenland-based event, is rapidly approaching — and I have very good news. I’ll be there. On site. In Greenland. Watching the event in person. What do you want to know?Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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I’m Going To Greenland For The Arctic X Prix. What Do You Want To Know?

The Arctic X Prix, Extreme E’s Greenland-based event, is rapidly approaching — and I have very good news. I’ll be there. On site. In Greenland. Watching the event in person. What do you want to know?Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Motorcycles Will Never Race At Pikes Peak Again

Following the 2019 death of Ducati rider Carlin Dunne (above) the Pikes Peak organizers decided to ban motorcycles from competing at the mountain. In spite of motorcycles having been raced on the mountain off and on for over one hundred years, and that motorcycles made up over one third of entries, the organizers had…Read more… […]

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Motorcycles Will Never Race At Pikes Peak Again

Following the 2019 death of Ducati rider Carlin Dunne (above) the Pikes Peak organizers decided to ban motorcycles from competing at the mountain. In spite of motorcycles having been raced on the mountain off and on for over one hundred years, and that motorcycles made up over one third of entries, the organizers had…Read more… […]

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Report Claims Toyota’s GR Super Sport Hypercar Is Dead, But Don’t Lose Hope Yet

One of the coolest things about Toyota’s new GR010 Hybrid hypercar program — perhaps the coolest thing — is that the Japanese automaker is also promising to build a limited run of road cars based on the prototype, called the GR Super Sport. The GR Super Sport first emerged as a concept three years ago, […]

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Report Claims Toyota’s GR Super Sport Hypercar Is Dead, But Don’t Lose Hope Yet

One of the coolest things about Toyota’s new GR010 Hybrid hypercar program — perhaps the coolest thing — is that the Japanese automaker is also promising to build a limited run of road cars based on the prototype, called the GR Super Sport. The GR Super Sport first emerged as a concept three years ago, […]

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What You Need To Know About The 2022 Formula E Schedule

Formula E, the all-electric open-wheel racing series, has just announced its full calendar for the 2021-2022 season, the eighth of its existence. While we chatted a little about the calendar’s release, I want to run you through the big talking points that you need to know as we get ready to race.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Formula E Will Travel To Three New Countries Next Season

On Thursday the world’s premier electric open-wheel racing series announced its 16-round season schedule for 2022. Season 8 will travel to Saudi Arabia, Mexico, China, Italy, Monaco, Germany, the U.S., and the U.K., as it has before. New on the calendar for next season, however, are single-event rounds in Cape Town,…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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