Montreal ePrix (2017)
Latest news on Montreal ePrix
This week, the new mayor of Montréal, Valérie Plante, declared that her new administration would not stage the FIA Formula E race this season. Here is the local view of why that happened…
Sebastien Buemi says he will be more careful approaching his fellow Formula E drivers in the future after the “annoying” television coverage of his heated discussions with rivals in Montreal.
Motorsport.com spent the final two rounds of the Season 3 of the FIA Formula E electric Championship in the garages of the Faraday Future Dragon Racing team, listening to the instructive radio conversations.
The Techeetah Formula E's team first-ever race win in last weekend's Montreal ePrix will transform the Renault customer squad's prospects next season, believes Jean-Eric Vergne.
New Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi has claimed he never gave up on the season three title, and cited a determined attitude as the key reason why he overturned Sebastien Buemi’s points lead.
Outgoing Formula E champion Sebastien Buemi has told Motorsport.com that he has no misgivings about his performances this season, despite the disappointment of not retaining his crown.
Abt Audi’s Lucas di Grassi was crowned the 2016/17 Formula E champion with seventh place in the Montreal season finale, which was won by Jean-Eric Vergne.
Sebastien Buemi has been thrown out of the results of the first Montreal ePrix after his car was found to be underweight at post race technical checks on Saturday evening.
Lucas di Grassi will take a six-point advantage into Sunday’s Formula E finale in Montreal after Sebastien Buemi lost the championship lead despite a charging drive in Saturday’s race.
Lucas di Grassi will start the first of Formula E’s two races in Montreal from pole position, with title rival Sebastien Buemi only 12th after a grid penalty.
Renault e.dams driver Nicolas Prost was fastest after two practice sessions for the inaugural Montreal ePrix, while teammate and points leader Sebastien Buemi suffered a big crash.
Former IndyCar and NASCAR Cup driver, Patrick Carpentier drove the first laps around the street circuit of the Montréal ePrix.
The Renault e.dams Formula E team undertook a secret Montreal-specific test last Thursday as part of final preparations for the season finale in the Canadian city this weekend.
Patrick Carpentier believes that the circuit for the inaugural Montreal ePrix in July will be one of the most challenging that Formula E drivers have faced.
Montréal will host the final two races of the third Formula E season in July. Celebrating its 375th anniversary, the city is getting ready for its first ePrix, which is part of a wider vision of emerging as one of North America’s greenest cities.
Former IndyCar and NASCAR racer Patrick Carpentier will act as the official spokesperson for this summer’s Montréal ePrix.