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Nick Cassidy, Envision Virgin Racing, Audi e-tron FE07, the field at the start
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The half-term report cards of each Formula E team in 2020-21

In an eventful Formula E season, punctuated by rain and energy-conservation controversy, the 12 teams contesting the championship have endured many challenges in the opening seven races. Here's how they've got on across the first half of the season.

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Nailing down the precise pecking order in Formula E so far this year has been as difficult a job as ever. Off-season rustiness to shake off in Diriyah, rain in Rome and an energy crisis in Valencia are simply the most noteworthy factors that have conspired to mask the true pace.

These elements arrive on top of the usual array of shunts and safety cars plus the group qualifying format which, as intended, has a habit of plonking the points leaders down in the midfield after they have set their flying laps on a slower and less rubbered-in track surface.

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