Formula E to electrify Saudi streets with Diriyah night race (Formula E)
“Lighting the track with the latest low consumption LED technology will reduce energy consumption by up to fifty per cent compared to non-LED technologies. The remaining energy needed to power the floodlighting will be fully renewable provided by high performing low-carbon certified hydrogenated vegetable oil made from sustainable materials.”
Tom Blomqvist joins NIO for the 2021 Formula E world championship (Mark Blundell Partners)
“Returning to the Formula E championship; Tom participated in six races of the 2017/18 season for BMW Andretti and in the final two rounds of the 2019/20 season in Berlin for the Jaguar FE Team. Tom joins NIO 333, a Formula E team that has participated (under different ownerships) in the FIA Formula E Championship since its inception and won the inaugural drivers’ championship title as Team China Racing in 2015.”
Lewis Hamilton: Andy Murray says F1 champion deserves knighthood (BBC)
“He supports some great causes as well away from the racing track, so yes I would say he definitely deserves it in terms of his success.”
‘Every year I write down where I’m not great’ – Hamilton on his journey from boxing ring to F1 record breaker (Formula 1)
“It’s a lot of studying, I’ve done more this year than I would have done last year. I never understood that when I was younger, I’d just arrive and drive. The amount of homework I do in the background is probably the reason you see the results that I get today.”
The run in: Assessing Callum Ilott’s chances (Formula 2)
“Ilott has an extremely strong record over the course of the season, finishing outside of the points just four times across the 10 rounds so far – a significant improvement on his 2019 campaign, when he missed out 10 times.”
Bahrain Grand Prix Preview (Haas)
“I think it’s one of those things – it was a one-off. You just deal with it. The organizers there tried to do their best, I wouldn’t put any blame on them, they had everything working against them. Apparently when they resurfaced the track it rained, so they couldn’t run cars. A lot of things happened which were not planned for. The same happened at the weekend.”
From frustration to success (W Series)
“Apart from one day in a kart when one of my old mechanics asked me to help with some coaching, I have not been in a racing car since March. Having such a big gap is not good for a driver and feeling like I have lost a year is frustrating.”
Part one – 2020 Twelve Hours of Sebring (IMSA)
Part two – 2020 Twelve Hours of Sebring (IMSA)
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