Renault: F1 technology must be distinct to Formula E

F1’s introduction of hybrid engines in 2014 was recognised as a move towards road car relevance – and some, including F1’s newly-appointed sporting boss Ross Brawn, have suggested that the continuation of that policy may logically lead to an electric formula.
Electric open-wheeler competition is currently the domain of Formula E, and Abiteboul, who works for a manufacturer involved in … Keep reading

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