Felipe Massa and Stoffel Vandoorne both the Former F1 stars had very bad Formula E debuts in spite of achieving so many boosts from the fans, with Vandoorne completing seventeenth and and ex-Ferrari racer Massa coming in Fourteenth.
As Oliver Rowland reach home in seventh place so he became the only one of 5 British drivers to end in the points.
Verstappen to watch Formula E stewards as a major aspect of “open administration” discipline
Drivers are expecting significantly more from the Attack Mode work – and all the more surpassing subsequently – this end of the week in Marrakesh after the situation of the planning circles was transformed from the last race in Saudi Arabia.
The sensor cushion position at the Ad Diriyah circuit implied drivers would lose time moving over to exploit the lift and would get less profit by it.
Likewise, track specialists state the planning circles are increasingly unmistakable on the Morocco track.
Under the tenets, drivers need to draw in Attack Mode something like twice in each race. To do as such, they push a catch on the controlling haggle roll over the circles to actuate the framework.
This opens a powerful mode which gives drivers additional speed for a controlled timeframe – the blue blazing lights on the vehicle’s corona tells fans the mode has been made dynamic.
Another driver making the switch from F1 to FE is Stoffel Vandoorne. The Belgian was let go by McLaren after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in November and is racing for the HWA Racelab team. Other big names on the grid include Nick Heidfeld, who spent a decade in Formula 1, and former Toro Rosso driver Sebastien Buemi.
The FIA Formula E Championship is the world’s first all-electric single seater arrangement and is set to set out on its fifth period of rivalry.
With a 13-race logbook spreading over eight months – from December to July 2019 – the arrangement will visit 12 of the world’s greatest urban communities including Rome, Paris and New York.
Season five sees another vehicle acquainted for the drivers with get to grasps with. It has a more drawn out battery life that will wipe out the need to change vehicles amid the race, while BMW and Nissan join the quickly developing rundown of makers.
The 45-minute long races will include various approaches to include additional fervor with the drivers having ‘Assault Mode’ and ‘Fan Boost’ available to them to help surpassing just as extra focuses for post position and quickest lap.
Race schedule and BBC TV coverage
Pursue all the activity from each race of the new ABB FIA Formula E Championship over the BBC.
The title comprises of 11 groups and 22 drivers, with 12 races remaining including the season finale – a twofold header in New York.
Live inclusion will be accessible to watch on the Red Button, Connected TV, BBC Sport site, versatile application and the BBC iPlayer.
12 January – Marrakesh (Morocco)
14:30-16:30, Marrakesh E-Prix, BBC Connected TV & online
17:25-19:25, Marrakesh E-Prix (replay), BBC Red Button
26 January – Santiago (Chile)
16 February – Mexico City (Mexico)
10 March – Hong Kong (China)
23 March – Sanya (China)
13 April – Rome (Italy)
27 April – Paris (France)
11 May – Monaco
25 May – Berlin (Germany)
22 June – Bern (Switzerland)
13 July – New York (USA)
14 July – New York (USA)