Tag Archive: Sébastien Buemi

Aug 03

Buemi: no championship has a brighter future

Both Mercedes-Benz and Porsche confirmed that they would be joining the series in Season 6

2017-07-30_13281Ex-Formula E champion Sebastien Buemi reckons that the all-electric racing series is the place to be for manufacturers in motorsport right now. Read the rest of this entry »

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Aug 01

Formula E Founder and CEO believes the 2016/17 season has been a ‘take-off’ one for the championship

“This has been our take-off season” – Agag

2017-07-28-1012The season finale in Montreal was sold out, with the packed grandstands treated to a typically unpredictable race.

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Jul 31

Champion di Grassi crowned at Montreal Gala

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New Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi was officially crowned at the end of season awards gala in Montreal.

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Jul 30

Vergne victorious, di Grassi crowned champion

Renault e.dams retains teams’ title for third consecutive season

2017-07-29_0055Lucas di Grassi is the new FIA Formula E champion after taking a solid seventh place in the Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix.

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Jul 30

Vergne wins, di Grassi is champion

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

2017-07-28_0206Lucas di Grassi is the new Formula E series champion after taking seventh place in the Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix.

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Jul 30

How Buemi can still be champion

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

2017-07-29-1060With six wins from 11 races, it seems inconceivable that Sebastien Buemi is only an outsider to defend his Formula E title.

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Jul 29

A difficult day for Renault e.dams

Both titles to be decided tomorrow 

2017-07-29-1924After a thrilling race but with mixed emotions, Renault e.dams remain on top of the standings with a 33-point advantage.

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Jul 29

10-place penalty for Buemi

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

2017-07-28_0200Lucas di Grassi has reduced his deficit to Sebastien Buemi in the championship fight to just seven points, by taking the Julius Baer Pole Position for today’s first Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix.

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Jul 29

Di Grassi takes pole, cuts gap to seven points

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

2017-07-29_0047Lucas di Grassi has reduced his deficit to Sebastien Buemi in the championship fight to just seven points, by taking the Julius Baer Pole Position for today’s first Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix.

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Jul 29

Prost fastest, Buemi crashes out

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

17-07-29_0029.jpgNico Prost set the pace in second practice for the Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix, but the real story of the session was a huge crash for championship leader Sebastien Buemi that destroyed the front end of his Renault e.dams car.

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Jul 29

Di Grassi strikes first in Montreal

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

17-07-29_0000.jpgLucas di Grassi got his Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix weekend off to the perfect start by setting the pace in the first free practice session.

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Jul 29

Stat attack: Buemi v di Grassi

Formula E – Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix

2017-07-28_0187Over the 31 Formula E races held so far, 51 drivers have taken part. While some like Alex Fontana or Fabio Leimer will be killer answer in a future series of Pointless, two drivers have strode over the championship like the Titans of Greek mythology.

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Jul 27

The season so far: the final chapter

The inaugural Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix brings the curtain down on the 2016/17 Formula E season

2017-07-26_0001The third installment of the all-electric street racing series brought about the arrival of two new teams and a host of new tracks and drivers, but heading onto the finishing straight it’s two of the series’ most experienced drivers and two of its stalwart teams that are advancing towards the silverware.

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Jul 26

How the Season 3 title can be won

And then there were four

After over nine months, almost 1000 kilometres of racing across 10 hard-fought races, the 2016/2017 Formula E season draws to a conclusion this weekend in Montreal. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 26

FanBoost opens for first Montreal race

Voting is now open for the Saturday race in the Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix double header

The first Formula E race to be held in Canada is part one of the season finale double header and is thus the penultimate opportunity to boost your favourite driver this season. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 14

WEC: Unpredictability adds to WEC fascination

Unpredictable

2017-06-18-0094A word that can have positive or negative meanings, but in the 2017 WEC it signifies just one thing – guaranteed racing excitement. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 10

Pierre Gasly to replace Sebastien Buemi for New York ePrix 

Due to a commitment with FIA WEC Championship and Toyota LMP1 at the 6 hours of Nürburgring

2016-10-21_69499Reigning GP2 Series champion and Red Bull Formula 1 reserve driver Pierre Gasly will replace Sebastien Buemi for New York’s double-header this week. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jun 11

Buemi gifted win by Mahindra pitstop confusion

Panasonic Jaguar Racing leave Berlin with first silverware and mixed emotions from first double-header weekend

Sebastien Buemi has extended his lead in the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championship to 32 points after picking up his 12th career win in the all-electric single-seater series.

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Jun 09

Renault e.dams confirm Sébastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost until 2019 

In the current standings, Renault e.dams lead the Teams’ championship by 75 points

Renault e.dams confirm Sébastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost until 2019 Renault e.dams is pleased to announce they will continue their successful partnership with Sébastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost until 2019. Renault e.dams has won 11 races with this outstanding duo. Furthermore, they have achieved two consecutive Teams’ titles and the Drivers’ crown with Sébastien Buemi in 2016.

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Jun 01

The season so far: part five

Five wins in six races have given Sebastien Buemi an enormous lead in the championship at its half-way point

A lights-to-flag win last time out, coupled with Lucas di Grassi’s first DNF of the season, means that Buemi is now 43 points ahead of his nearest rival. Read the rest of this entry »

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