Buenos Aires ePrix (2016)
Latest news on Buenos Aires ePrix
Adam Carroll came close to making his Formula E debut in Buenos Aires last weekend - not once, not twice, but three times. Sam Smith takes up the story.
Dragon Racing's Jerome d'Ambrosio believes a first-lap crash in the Buenos Aires ePrix ended up costing him a healthy points haul.
DS Virgin Racing boss Alex Tai says the team must set itself realistic goals for the remainder of the Formula E season after Sam Bird's Buenos Aires ePrix triumph.
It took skill, it took patience and it took excellent team management, and so, after just four races, DS Virgin Racing claimed their first win of the season. And it was all done in incredible fashion.
Antonio Felix da Costa feels he could have scored a second Buenos Aires Formula E win had it not been for a software problem that ended his bid.
Mahindra Racing were relieved scoring double points in the Buenos Aires ePrix, after having started the weekend on a rather subdued note.
Oliver Turvey finished ninth and Nelson Piquet Jr in 12th position.
Sam Bird converted pole position into his first Formula E victory of the season in Buenos Aires, just hanging on from a charging Sebastien Buemi, who recovered from last on the grid to second.
Sam Bird took his first Formula E pole position in qualifying for the Buenos Aires ePrix, as championship leader Sebastien Buemi consigned himself to last on the grid with a spin.
Formula E points leader Sebastien Buemi dominated the second practice session of the Buenos Aires ePrix, becoming the first driver in the field to dip into the 1m08s this weekend.
Formula E teams' ability to manage the temperature of the Williams Advanced Engineering battery is likely to be a key factor in the outcome of the Buenos Aires ePrix.
DS Virgin's Sam Bird set the fastest time of the first 45-minute practice session of Formula E's Buenos Aires ePix.
Nick Heidfeld will make a decision on whether he can return to the Mahindra Formula E cockpit after shakedown at the Buenos Aires venue on Friday.
Steven Lu: "We have been working on a few updates in the last month and we are expecting some improvements in Buenos Aires."
Interview with Renault Sport Project Leader, Vincent Gaillardot
DS Virgin Racing’s drivers Jean-Éric Vergne and Sam Bird will take on the 2.44km track set in the popular district of Puerto Madero next weekend in the forecast sweltering Argentinian heat.