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Learn more about this copy. Other Popular Editions of the Same Title. Search for all books with this author and title. Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Formula E truly has it all: crashes, pile-ups, bumper-to-bumper racing, narrow twisty circuits and multiple winners - and that's just in one season that isn't even over yet.
In its five-year existence, it has created its own niche as an environmentally friendly racing series, allowing manufacturers to test and develop new technology for the electric car market. While Formula 1 - in its 70th year - battles criticism over the sport being too predictable, with controversial penalties dictating race results and a shortage of close racing, the Formula E season has been packed with thrilling races.
The title race comes to a head this weekend with a double-header in New York City, where Jean-Eric Vergne will hope to convert his commanding point lead at the top of the drivers' standings into his second successive title.
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The stage could not be more grand for the season finale, but just what is it that makes Formula E so electrifying? Media playback is not supported on this device. The narrow street circuits of Formula E, with some tricky degree corners, can make overtaking difficult. But the close proximity of the walls and the lack of run-off areas means the margin for error is smaller, and races see frequent yellow flags and safety cars.
The only possible way to get by your rival is to dive for the momentary gaps, or attack on a straight with the extra 25kw of power from the Attack Mode or Fanboost bonuses afforded to the drivers during a race.
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In Morocco, Britain's Sam Bird lost his place at the front of the race to the two BMW i Andretti drivers of Antonio Felix da Costa and Alexander Sims, who swapped positions as leaders until an over-excited Sims locked up, showing his team-mate the wall. Cars getting as close as they can is something fans love, even if it doesn't always work out so successfully for the drivers.
In Formula E there's less 'dirty air' disrupting the flow from the aerodynamics of the car in front - as in F1 - meaning drivers can get closer to their rivals.
Bird was given a five-second penalty for what was a "disgusting move", according to Lotterer, stripping him of his win after he had already collected the trophy on the podium and dropping him down to sixth. In previous years, Formula E drivers had to pit for a new car as the batteries did not last for the duration of the race.
But the new 'Gen2' cars can hold on for the minutes-plus-one-lap race duration as long as drivers conserve enough energy to cross the line with some battery life remaining.
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