Berlin ePrix I (2022)

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How Formula E helped change motorsport

The all-electric single-seater series has been a remarkable pioneer since it began in 2014. Its sustainability message has extended across the motorsport industry, leading several series to follow suit in electrifying, while also breaking out beyond the racing world into the vehicles we'll be able to buy for the road...

Vergne, Sims react to bizarre Berlin E-Prix identical duels laptime call

Jean-Eric Vergne rued his elimination from the Berlin E-Prix duels after setting an identical laptime to semi-final opponent Alexander Sims, wanting a "fair" rules change if it happens again.

Mortara: "Long and stressful" road to Berlin E-Prix win executed "perfectly"

Berlin E-Prix winner Edoardo Mortara says he and his Venturi Formula E team overcame "a long and stressful" race, making the most of good pace to execute its strategy "perfectly".

Berlin E-Prix: Mortara holds off Vergne for second victory of 2022

Edoardo Mortara converted his maiden Formula E pole position into a well-controlled victory at the Berlin E-Prix, seeing off a late threat from Jean-Eric Vergne to win by 1.7s.

McLaren Formula E entry a "huge rebound" for championship - Agag

McLaren's entry into Formula E is a "huge rebound" for the championship after losing a number of manufacturer teams last season, according to chairman and founder Alejandro Agag.

Berlin E-Prix: Mortara beats Sims to claim first Formula E pole

Edoardo Mortara clinched his first Formula E pole position for the Berlin E-Prix, the Venturi driver beating an impressive Alexander Sims by just over a tenth of a second.

Berlin E-Prix: Lotterer beats Mortara to top practice times

Andre Lotterer logged the fastest time in Berlin free practice, posting a late 1m05.967s lap to lead the Formula E morning timesheets ahead of qualifying.

Reversed layout races "should be done more" in racing - Ticktum

NIO 333 driver Dan Ticktum reckons more championships should experiment with reversed circuit races, ahead of the Berlin E-Prix's overnight direction change for its Formula E double header.

Evans: Jaguar underestimated "peloton" tow effect in Monaco Formula E race

Mitch Evans says that his energy management concerns from the Monaco E-Prix were due to an exaggerated slipstream effect, which allowed his rivals to consume less energy over the race.

How Formula E's path to Gen3 and beyond reflects its ambition

The next incarnation of Formula E car that will be racing later this year moves the game on considerably. The Gen3 car is smaller, lighter, faster, more powerful and more sustainable than the current machines and underlines how the championship's machinery has evolved in line with the series' growth in prominence

The key trait needed to win in Formula E

It helps to be smart and strategic, while being fast goes without saying. But the closeness of the field in Formula E means that consistency is the key word cited by those who’ve lifted the crown

Marrakech added to 2021-22 Formula E calendar as Vancouver replacement

Marrakech will host the 10th round of this year's Formula E championship on 2 July as a replacement for the previously postponed Vancouver E-Prix.

How Jake Dennis’ struggles turned him into a Formula E front-runner

Having emerged as one of Formula E’s strongest drivers in his one-and-a-half seasons in the championship, Jake Dennis cemented his place in the series with a breakout maiden season. But it's not always been smooth sailing for the Brit

Mortara: Di Grassi "pride" led to Monaco E-Prix retirement after contact

Edoardo Mortara says Lucas di Grassi had too much "pride" to accept his Venturi team-mate's Monaco E-Prix pass on him, leaving Mortara with a puncture after the two made contact.

How Vandoorne recaptured Mercedes' winning feeling in Monaco

The Mercedes Formula 1 team is struggling, but its Formula E arm is in fine form at the moment and once again leads the drivers' standings courtesy of Stoffel Vandoorne. Here's how the Belgian took a well-judged Monaco victory to emerge at the head of the brewing four-way championship tussle