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Formula E’s founder has denied that Honda’s withdrawal from Formula 1 at the end of 2021 is a boost for his series.
Criticised by Liberty Media and Red Bull, Formula E chief executive Jamie Reigle says it is “flattering” that F1 should talk about his sport.
We thought Lando Norris v Simon Pagenaud would be the biggest esports story from lockdown…not any more.
It probably doesn’t get any weirder than this with Daniel Abt fined for using a ringer in Saturday’s Formula E race.
Formula E, F1’s growing rival for fans and PR image, is “racing for a reason” according to Audi driver Lucas di Grassi.
The signing of Formula 1’s new Concorde Agreement is on hold with Formula E boss Alejandro Agag urging the sport to seize the opportunity to “shake down the whole system”.
The 2019/20 Formula E season has been suspended temporarily due to the global outbreak of the coronavirus.
Formula E will not head to China next month as the death toll from the deadly coronavirus continues to climb.
Although he keeps a watch on F1’s rival series, Formula One Group CEO Chase Carey doesn’t see Formula E as a direct threat.
Five years after the all-electric Formula E series was founded, the FIA has now officially granted it World Championship status.
Felipe Massa reckons Formula E will attract any driver not making it into Formula 1 as the electric car series is “getting bigger and bigger”.
Oliver Rowland has said he grew tired of chasing his Formula 1 dream due to the “extremely political” nature of the sport.
Lewis Hamilton says a switch to Formula E is one of several moves he could make after his Formula 1 career is over.
Audi Formula E driver Lucas di Grassi claims the manufacturer “gains more in Formula E” than it would in Formula One.
Reigning Formula E World Champion Jean-Eric Vergne says he wants to see Formula One and Formula E merge in the future.
The ever outspoken Jacques Villeneuve has taken aim at Formula E and its aim to push itself into the mainstream.
On Saturday evening, Jean-Eric Vergne became the fourth man to win the Formula E Championship, and the fourth ex-Formula 1 driver to do so.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has hit back at Formula E, calling the all-electric series a “street party” rather than a “sports event”.
Formula 1’s decision to axe the grid girls has been welcomed by Formula E, who couldn’t resist poking at their rival series.