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.
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Maserati has revealed the livery it will use when the brand returns to single-seater racing in Formula E next year.
McLaren have completed their Formula E line-up for next season, signing rookie Jake Hughes to partner Rene Rast
Former Super Formula and WEC driver James Rossiter has been confirmed as the team principal of Maserati’s new Formula E entry.
Gen3 uses the series’ biggest progress point, regenerative braking. But can the delayed project keep up with road tech?
Formula E have unveiled the third generation of the car that the series will race with from the start of the 2023 season.