Formula E may see an entry from nanoFlowcell, the Swiss company that is developing a 48 volt fuel cell powered by a non-toxic liquid electrolyte.
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Formula E is offering a prime opportunity for high tech manufacturers to strut their stuff on the world stage.
On this week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review,” we look at the way that different auto manufacturers and motorsports are addressing the move to emissions-reducing transportation power.
There is a rumor being circulated by German Magazine Auto Bild that might be of particular interest to racing fans everywhere. That rumor: Porsche is coming back to Formula 1. That’s right- after another convincing win at the 24 Hours of LeMans earlier this month, Porsche seems to be setting its sights on other racing […]
Porsche claimed its 19th victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race last weekend, but will it continue in endurance racing or shift its focus to Formula E?
The all-electric Formula E racing series is about as forward-looking as racing gets, bringing together automakers and EV part suppliers in a unique and fascinating zero-emissions contest of speed. But while Formula E has some new and interesting ideas such as the social media-driven Fan Boost feature, the cars themselves looked like pretty much every […]
It stands to reason that Formula E, the world’s only open wheel racing series that uses electric race cars, would want the electricity that charges the batteries in those cars to be as green as possible. Oddly enough, Formula E uses two large diesel generators mounted in a shipping container for easy portability for that […]
How do IndyCar racers stack up against Formula 1, Japanese Super Formula, World Endurance Cars, and other top-tier race cars? Find out here!
Mercedes has signed an option to join the Formula E series beginning in 2018. Will it stay in Formula One after is contract with the senior series ends in 2020?
The proposed route of the track through Brooklyn has been submitted to the FIA for approval. New York City will host two races at the end of the sport’s third season in July, 2017.
Audi has announced plans to increase its involvement with the ABT Formula E team and have its own factory backed team in 2017.
When the third season of Formula E racing begins in October, the cars will feature a new front wing that is more aggressive and visually appealing. It also is visible to the drivers from the cockpit.
Faraday Future has entered into a partnership with Dragon Racing. It will provide the drivetrain components for the Dragon Racing Formula E race car for the next 4 seasons.
The second Formula E season wraps up in London this weekend. Next year, New York City will host a race and the series will experiment with virtual racing during CES week in Las Vegas.
Mahindra recently asked its fans to design a Formula E track for New Delhi. The request got a response from 120 people who became intimately involved in creating their idea of the perfect race course.
If you’ve ever dreamed about watching Formula E racing driver Daniel Abt get naked and sing Taylor Swift songs, you’ll want to pay attention.
Season 2 of Formula E allows the teams to come up with innovative new power unit solutions- you can see the different designs here.
The Buckeye Bullet 3 will attempt to set a land speed record for a battery powered car at the Bonneville Salt Flats this year. The car has 3000 horsepower and an estimated top speed of 372 mph.
Effective today, race-winning IndyCar and Toyota WEC driver Mike Conway will be replacing former Formula 1 Drivers’ Champion Jaques Villeneuve for the remaining eight rounds of the all-electric 2015/16 Formula E championship, following confirmation of Villeneuve’s departure. Venturi Formula E Race Car Venturi is a top team in Formula E so it’s great to […]
While the final shape that the next generation of Formula 1 engines remains to be seen, it seems like the hybrid component of the cars is here to stay. That could be a good thing for the fans as well as the activists- because some of the electric technology being developed in Formula E could […]