Rome ePrix I (2022)
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Robin Frijns relished the "fair, hard battles" against Stoffel Vandoorne and Jean-Eric Vergne in the Rome E-Prix, explaining that clearing attack mode early helped achieve his Formula E podium visit.
Nyck de Vries rued a lack of race pace in his Mercedes Formula E car, falling into a "downward cycle" before his Rome E-Prix ended after contact with Pascal Wehrlein.
Mitch Evans explained his decision to slow down on the penultimate lap of the Rome E-Prix, opting to "eliminate risk" to cement his first Formula E victory of the year.
Mitch Evans secured a scintillating Rome E-Prix victory from ninth on the grid to kick off his Formula E title aspirations after a tough start to the 2021-22 season.
Mercedes' Stoffel Vandoorne battled to pole position for Formula E's opening Rome E-Prix, dispatching Robin Frijns in the final duel as the Envision driver struggled with grip.
Jean-Eric Vergne headed the times in the second Rome E-Prix practice session, as Formula E points leader Edoardo Mortara was quickest in the first session.
Venturi's Edoardo Mortara says the near two-month gap between the Mexico E-Prix and this weekend's Rome round felt like an off-season, as the Formula E championship leader battled illness.
Dragon Penske Autosport's Antonio Giovinazzi says his first home Formula E race will bring "positive pressure", expecting the Rome circuit to be one of the most challenging on the calendar.
Venturi and Maserati have signed a multi-year partnership, with the incoming Italian company to supply Formula E powertrains from 2022-23.
Lucas di Grassi does not expect many changes to the size of Formula E's circuits for its upcoming Gen3 era, despite the increased power available to each car.