Santiago E-prix (2020)
Latest news on Santiago E-prix
Jaguar’s Mitch Evans says a lack of energy information on his dash display early in Formula E’s Santiago E-Prix led to overconsuming and his eventual slide out of the lead.
Nissan e.dams' Sebastien Buemi says a broken steering wheel regen paddle caused his illegal power spike in Formula E's Santiago E-Prix, which cost him his first points finish of 2019-20.
With just a handful of laps to go in Santiago, Maximilian Gunther appeared to have lost his shot at a maiden Formula E victory. His response to that, which included a sensational overtake to reclaim the lead, proves why BMW's new star is one to watch
Antonio Felix da Costa says his DS Techeetah team gave him “either incomplete or wrong information” regarding his battery temperature, which he feels cost him a potential Formula E victory in Santiago.
Mercedes driver Nyck de Vries lost a maiden Formula E podium in Santiago because the battery coolant his team added to his car ahead of the race was too cold.
BMW’s Maximilian Gunther passed DS Techeetah’s Antonio Felix da Costa on the final lap to win a stunning Santiago E-Prix battle, the third round of the 2019-20 season at the O’Higgins Park venue.
Jaguar’s Mitch Evans claimed pole position for the Santiago E-Prix, the third round of the 2019-20 season, by topping the superpole session on Saturday at the O’Higgins Park venue.
Nissan e.dams driver Oliver Rowland topped the red flag-interrupted Formula E practice ahead of the Santiago E-Prix as only the top three managed to post a full-power lap.
Mercedes driver Stoffel Vandoorne reckons the layout changes made to Santiago’s Park O’Higgins circuit have created “one of the most tricky corners” on the Formula E calendar.