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New Electric Single-Seater Category Set to Serve as Formula E Talent Feeder

13 Feb 2023 | Abstracted from Move Electric

Challenger "electric single-seater championship that is intended to create opportunities for new talent to break into zero-emission racing is set to launch in 2024.

"...feeder series to the ABB Formula E World Championship...single-seater car that will is described as an “evolved vehicle similar in performance to the Gen2 Formula E car...Teams will each run two cars, and unusually will be able to run the same cars – with different drivers."



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