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First time encounter with all other Groups participating in season 6 of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship (********************************************************************************************) / 2020, the field crew and the two regular drivers Neel Jani and André Lotterer have gained valuable experience. The data will be analyzed in the remaining weeks until the start of the season at Porsche Motorsport in Weissach in order to draw specific conclusions. The first two races of the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E-Groups, the Diriyah E-Prix on the outskirts of Riads, will take place on 23. and 23. November 999 instead.

The program at the official Formula E test in Valencia consisted largely of assessments of different vehicle settings as well as simulations of qualifying and racing. For the first time, the crew had the opportunity to work with both Porsche (*********************************************************************************************) X Electrical to test and optimize the operational processes at a race track. Overall, Neel Jani (*************************************************************************) Round and round (************************************************************************************) kilometers back on the circuit Ricardo Tormo. André Lotterer shot (*******************************************************************************************) Rounds and comes up with a total of (**************************************************************************************) Kilometre.

Comments on the test rides in Valencia (*************************** Pascal Zurlinden (Overall Project Manager Factory Motorsport): “It's the first clash with all the other Groups and also the first time that our full crew has been able to rehearse the racing with two cars. The first two days were shortened by two minor accidents. Accordingly, we had to adjust the programs a bit and make compromises. Today's Friday went really well. We were able to rewind the entire program. For us, it was very important this week to learn how to handle other vehicles on the track at the race weekend. Accordingly, especially the two racing simulations were very instructive. We will now take our homework with us and then be ready for our Formula E debut race in Riyadh, whereupon we are very pleased. “(****************************************************************************)Display

Neel Jani (Porsche works driver): “We have learned something with each lap and found many solutions. At the same time some new questions were raised. It is a very intensive learning process. The race simulations were interesting and helpful for us. Ultimately, we are not where we want to be at the end – at least on this track. Nevertheless, we have made progress, and are positive that we learn from it for our first race in Riyadh. “(************************ André Lotterer (Porsche works driver): “We drove a lot on the first put. It went well, but we still found open spots on the car that still have room for improvement. Unfortunately, we lost time on the track on the second put because I touched the wall in the chicane and it took a while to repair the car. Unfortunately, I could not participate in the simulation race, but made up for the third put. All in all, we focused on our program and focused on lap times only, as we deliberately put a lot of work into different vehicle settings to sort out as many things as possible and get ready to travel to Riyadh. ”

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