The new series has rough edges, but gets a lot right.
The second ever race in the history of the FIA Formula E Championship served to confirm the growing enthusiasm for the new racing category.
The FIA Formula E championship serves as a unique technological laboratory.
Longstanding motorsport enthusiasts, the Renault Sport teams were not content to just count the points!
On 13 September, motorsport will enter a new era with the first ever FIA Formula-e race, staged in China on the streets of Beijing.
The fifth and final test takes place on August 19.
The first batch of electric Spark-Renault SRT_01E racing cars have now been delivered to the championship’s 10 registered teams at Donington, England.
Each Formula E team received one fully-electric single-seater which has been designed and built by Spark Racing Technology.
What did former F1 winner Jarno Trulli think of the Formula E car?