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Formula E CEO Jamie Reigle says it’s not currently part of his vision for the series to race on the same schedule as Formula 1.
Jean-Eric Vergne says Sebastian Vettel now believes F1 should be taking lessons from Formula E, having previously described the cars as “lawnmowers”.
Mark Webber has added his voice to those suggesting Formula 1 and Formula E could share a race weekend, describing it as “a no-brainer”.
Jean-Eric Vergne has called for Fernando Alonso to race in Formula E, to prove he can live up to his tag as one of the world’s best drivers by winning in equal machinery.
Formula E will create its own version of the F1 Concorde Agreement to bring greater structure to the series and boost viewing figures.
FIA president Jean Todt has followed Toto Wolff in suggesting Formula 1 and Formula E could share a race weekend.
Formula E founder Alejandro Agag believes that the future of both that series and Formula 1 is a merger between the two.
Alpine are the latest F1 team to be considering broadening their horizons to Formula E – and are also looking at a World Endurance Championship tilt.
Mercedes’ Formula E team principal Ian James thinks the series is approaching the stage where it can now start supplying Formula 1.
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.