Formula E’s first season with its new ‘Gen3’ cars begins this weekend. Here’s what else has changed in the all-electric series.
In the round-up: “Simple” change to Zandvoort’s Tarzan corner will aid passing – Norris • Lotterer moves to Andretti in Formula E • Lawson not concerned by Red Bull bid for Herta
Gen3 uses the series’ biggest progress point, regenerative braking. But can the delayed project keep up with road tech?
Andre Lotterer will make a surprise Formula One debut in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, taking Kamui Kobayashi’s place at Caterham.