Formula E is coming of age in season five – it’s no longer trying to copy Formula One, and that’s a good thing

//Formula E is coming of age in season five – it’s no longer trying to copy Formula One, and that’s a good thing

Formula E is coming of age in season five – it’s no longer trying to copy Formula One, and that’s a good thing

Sitting high up in the Conrad Hotel last summer, Formula E founder Alejandro Agag was excitedly previewing the upcoming fifth season.“We have a great line-up of drivers, second only to Formula One,” he told the South China Morning Post, after the additions of F1 stars Felipe Massa, Stoffel Vandoorne and Pascal Wehrlein. “Apart from that we are probably the best in the world.”If anything has held Formula E back slightly since its inception five years ago, it’s a perceived attempt to try and…

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