## BMW Will Be Official Car Of Formula E

BMW will showcasing its entire line of advanced electric and hybrid cars at every Formula E event as an official sponsor.

Read moreBMW will showcasing its entire line of advanced electric and hybrid cars at every Formula E event as an official sponsor.

Read moreThe Formula E series kicks off its first race this September in China, followed by another nine races spanning the breadth and width of the globe. Such a world-hopping organization needs a tidy headquarters, and work has begun on a new 44,000 square-foot office at the U.K’s famed Donington Park Racing Circuit.

Read moreThough the 2014 Formula E series is still almost a year away from its debut race, teams have been scrambling

Read moreThe all-electric Formula E racing series is promising to push the boundaries of electric vehicles via motorsports, introducing new and

Read moreFormer Formula 1 driver Lucas Di Grassi recently took to the track in a Formula E racer to give the

Read moreThe newly-formed Formula E series has been slowly gaining momentum ahead of its September 2014 debut. The latest news from Formula E includes a teaser trailer, a provisional calendar, and another team to root for (or against).

Read moreThe Formula E racing series could change everything we know and love about racing, and to me that’s a very good thing. This all-electric race series has steadily lined up 10 world-class cities, and now the official race car of the Formula E series has been revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

Read moreThe 21st century has brought about many societal and technological changes, among them the resurgence of electric cars and the use of crowdsourcing to fund projects or charities. 24-year old race car driver Yuki Shiraishi wants to use a Japanese crowdfunding website to put together a Formula E team to compete in next year’s inaugural electric racing series.

Read moreDue to the limitations of battery technology, the high-performance electric racers of the upcoming Formula E series can’t complete an hour-long race on just a single charge. One would think that teams would simply swap batteries, but instead the FIA is mandating drivers switch their entire car. Many EV racing fans, ourselves included, have wondered why, so we reached out to Formula E in this exclusive interview for answers.

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