New York ePrix (2018)
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Andre Lotterer is "gutted" for his Techeetah squad after it missed out on claiming the Formula E teams' title following his jump start in the 2017/18 New York season finale.
Mahindra Racing capped off the 2017/18 Formula E season with a resurgent showing in the New York finale, ending fourth in the teams’ standings.
Newly-crowned Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne won a thrilling season-ending New York ePrix on Sunday, but his victory wasn’t enough to seal the teams’ title for his Techeetah squad.
Jean-Eric Vergne says he knew he would clinch the 2017/18 Formula E title in Saturday’s opening New York ePrix race despite starting at the rear of the field.
Renault’s Sebastien Buemi will start the final race of the fourth season of Formula E from pole position in New York.
Audi says the team orders row that threatened to overshadow its one-two result in this weekend’s opening Formula E race in New York was caused by a “miscommunication”.
Daniel Abt topped the only practice session ahead of the Formula E season-four finale in New York, as he seeks redemption for yesterday’s race, which he felt Audi teammate Lucas di Grassi robbed from him.
Audi’s Lucas di Grassi won the first race of the New York Formula E double-header on Saturday, as Jean-Eric Vergne was crowned champion despite starting from the back of the grid.
Ma Qing Hua will replace Oliver Turvey at NIO in Sunday's New York Formula E season finale after the Briton broke a finger in practice.
Sebastien Buemi took pole position for the first race of the New York ePrix double header, as title contender Jean-Eric Vergne exceeded the power limit in qualifying and will start from the back of the grid.
Audi’s Lucas di Grassi set the pace in the first free practice session for the Formula E title decider in New York, a session marred by two red flags that seriously reduced track time.
Formula E points leader Jean-Eric Vergne says title rival Sam Bird is “trying to find excuses” ahead of this weekend’s season four finale in New York.
Formula E title contender Sam Bird says the track changes made for this season’s New York ePrix are “not going to help” his Virgin Racing squad.