Daniel Abt and Jerome D’Ambrosio go searching for the biggest animals in the world
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Before the Mexico City ePrix, eventual race winner Jerome D’Ambrosio paid a visit to the mysterious city of Teotihuacan
Mexico City is one of the most densely populated metropolises in the world, with over 20 million people living within the Greater Mexico City boundaries. As a result, green spaces are few and far between, as every piece of land is exploited to the max.
Dragon Racing star talks Beijing, Super Pole and FanBoost
After a strong end to last season with three podiums in the final four races, the DHL Berlin ePrix race winner Jerome D’Ambrosio is looking forward to replicating that sort of form in Beijing. We caught up with the Dragon Racing driver to get his thoughts ahead of the second season of Formula E…
Jerome D’Ambrosio and Alejandro Agag give the press a tour of Battersea Park
“I don’t think I’ve ever raced anywhere quite as pretty as this, with all the trees and flowers next to the track,” Jerome D’Ambrosio told the assembled media as they joined him for a lap of the Battersea Park track, where the Visa London ePrix will take place on June 27/28.
D’Ambrosio still on course for maiden win
Andretti Formula E racer Jean-Eric Vergne is on course for a record-extending sixth #FanBoost win. The Frenchman has already received the backing of the public five times so far during his Formula E career, and with three days to go before the Moscow ePrix, he is currently at the top of the leaderboard.
DHL Berlin ePrix winner Jerome D’Ambrosio is set to follow up his first race triumph in Formula E with a maiden #FanBoost win.
Senna leads the way in second practice
Mahindra’s Bruno Senna went quickest in the dying stages of the second Monaco ePrix practice session to edge out Virgin Racing’s Jaime Alguersuari. Sebastien Buemi (e.dams-Renault) will start from pole position for this afternoon’s Monaco ePrix ahead of Audi Sport ABT’s Lucas di Grassi and Dragon Racing’s Jerome D’Ambrosio.