Beijing ePrix (2015)
Latest news on Beijing ePrix
Alain Prost: "The new powertrain from Renault seems to work really well with the battery and the chassis, and we know that our drivers have the ability."
Jacques Villeneuve says there is no lingering ill feeling with Antonio Felix da Costa after the pair's mid-race coming together in the Beijing ePrix last weekend.
The result of the Beijing ePrix sees Team Aguri occupy eighth in the teams’ standings, and Berthon eighth in the drivers’, with four points.
Lucas di Grassi took second place in an exciting race.
DS Virgin Racing’s Sam Bird picked up his first points of the season in Beijing as Renault’s Sébastien Buemi claimed victory in the Chinese capital.
Both NEXTEV TCR drivers were in the top three of the FanBoost vote, Nelson Piquet Jr in second and Oliver Turvey in third.
Sebastien Buemi took a clear pole position for today’s Beijing ePrix after topping the first-ever Formula E Super Pole qualifying session.
News in and around Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport from Beijing.
The Renault e.DAMS team dominated the first collective session of the second season of the FIA Formula E Championship at Beijing.
Dragon Racing Formula E driver Loic Duval is targeting early results in the new season of Formula E before the more radical year-two powertrains match their pace with reliability.
Mahindra Racing's team principal Dilbagh Gill feels optimistic about his team's chances in the second Formula E season ahead of the first race at Beijing this weekend.
For the second season the team, together with technology partner Schaeffler, has developed its own powertrain for the single-seater racing car.
Brazilian racer Lucas di Grassi reckons it is impossible to pick out favourites for the season two opener in Beijing as there remain "too many unknowns".
DS Virgin Racing will take to the streets of Beijing soon with new drivers, new partners, a new powertrain and plenty of momentum.