Foto: Nissan
Photo: Nissan

Tempo shown. While Oliver Rowland worked his way up from eighth to fourth place in the opening race on Friday and barely missed the podium, the Briton managed an even more impressive catch-up on Saturday: . he finished the race in fifth place For the reigning vice-champion of the all-electric racing series, Sebastien Buemi, the weekend was unfortunate: In the opening race on Friday he had to park his vehicle after a Relate with the electric in the field, on Saturday he was lying in second place of another race car at the rear met ,


“The level of competition in Formula E has reached a whole new level – there was a tough fight every round,” said Michael Carcamo, Global Motorsport Director of Nissan. “We did not quite reach the goals we had set for this opening weekend, but we had a great qualifying and a strong pace in the race. Seb was extremely unlucky that he was hit from behind while driving in the high two, and Oliver had two great races – the potential is very promising. “

Nissan e.dams is now preparing for the third round of the Formula E season / . January 23

“We will use the gap until the next race to carefully analyze and improve all the experiences of this opening weekend,” said team boss Gregory Driot. “Last year, Nissan took the first pole-dwelling in Formula E in Chile and we look forward to repeating this achievement in January. “

For Nissan, this is the second season in the Formula E Championship, in which the company entered the world as the first Japanese manufacturer last year. Nissan uses the all-electric racing series to demonstrate the performance of its zero-emission EV technologies and to spread the Nissan Luminous Mobility vision. Under this motto, the company explores how cars can be driven, driven and connected to society in the future.

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