Saturday May 14, 2022 by Philippe Brasseur
This weekend, the Form E World Championships presents its 7th and 8th rounds of the 2022 season, on the Berlin circuit, which is being tracked at the former Tempelhof airport, in the heart of the German capital.
Swiss driver Edoardo Mortara (Venturi Race, pictured above) dominated the first of two races on Saturday, holding the pole position and then winning the race. After the first amazing rounds with no touch at all (which is rare in Form E), the event came alive due to the subtle nature of the attack and the fan Boost. But despite this, Mortara was greatly reduced by his opponents and won by almost two seconds ahead of Jean-Éric Vergne (DS Techeetah). The latter led the race, with his second-place bout also involving Stoffel Vandoorne, who started in 12th place and returned safely with his Mercedes, and André Lotterer, the first Porsche driver.
Vandoorne finished 3rd and 4th Lotterer, ahead of Mitch Evans (Jaguar), Pascal Wehrlein (Porsche), Sam Bird (Jaguar), Antonio Félix da Costa (DS Techeetah), Alexander Sims (Mahindra) and Nyck de Vries (Mercedes) . Witnessing the final intensity of the race, the first 10 crossed the finish line in groups of 6.6 seconds. For the full title, Click here.
But Phase 7 of 2022 was not the only major issue for Form E today. Shortly before the start, the McLaren Race confirmed his entry into the ranks from next season, which will mark the start of the 3rd generation (Gen3) of one seat.
So McLaren is adding Form E to its current and proven promises for the next few years in Formula 1, IndyCar and the Extreme E. series of electric motor technologies as part of their sustainability journey as they reach a new, more diverse international audience, “The announcement of the team. reads.
However, this does not mean that there will be two more cars in the championship as the McLaren team’s commitment will be through the purchase of the current Mercedes-EQ team. After the departure of Audi and BMW, so is the third German manufacturer preparing for the departure of Formula E.
“The contract between McLaren Racing and Mercedes-Benz will see the transfer of the ruling Formula E team to the McLaren Racing family. Ian James, the current Head of Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team, will continue to lead the team, facilitating positive transformation as the team prepares to play on the grid under the popular McLaren title next season. Can we on McLaren’s side explain this agreement.
McLaren is one of the biggest names in motorsport. Since its inception by Bruce McLaren in 1963 and its inception of Formula 1 in 1966, it has collected 20 Formula 1 World Cup titles, more than 180 Grand Prix victories, three Indianapolis 500 wins and 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1995, the first participation.
McLaren also said more details about his Formula E program, including its electric train distributor (although we can expect the Mercedes, which currently offers its own team along with Venturi) and its pilots, to be announced later in the year .
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