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Marrakesh E-Prix, Race 10

R10: No points for Porsche in the heat of Marrakesh

The return of Formula E to Marrakech did not result in the desired success for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team. Despite intensive preparation of the Porsche 99X Electric race cars on the highly challenging street circuit and a strong performance by Pascal Wehrlein (GER/No. 94) in qualifying, the team from Weissach failed to score points in round 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship season.
In the heat at the Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan Pascal Wehrlein finished 12th with temperatures of almost 35 degrees celsius. His teammate André Lotterer (GER/No. 36), who had to start the race from the last position on the grid, made up seven places to finish in 15th place.

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Jakarta E-Prix, Race 9

R9: Hard-earned points for Porsche at Formula E debut in Jakarta

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has scored critical points in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship as it heads into the second half of the season. At the wheel of the No. 94 Porsche 99X Electric, Pascal Wehrlein (GER) concluded the first Formula E event in Indonesia in eighth place. His teammate  André Lotterer (GER/No. 36) took the flag in ninth place at the Jakarta International E-Prix only to have a time penalty relegate him back to 11th. Extreme weather conditions with temperatures of 33 degrees celsius and very high humidity threw tough challenges at drivers, vehicles and teams.

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Berlin e-Prix, Race 8

R8: André Lotterer scores more points at race two in Berlin with the Porsche 99X Electric

At the wheel of his Porsche 99X Electric, André Lotterer (GER/No. 36) earned important championship points again this weekend for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team, in race 8 at the Berlin E-Prix. On the apron of the historic Tempelhof Airport, he took the flag in eighth place after narrowly missing out on a podium finish the day before. His teammate Pascal Wehrlein (GER/No. 94) finished 12th.

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Berlin e-Prix, Race 7

R7: Solid start for Porsche into the Berlin Formula E weekend

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team made a solid start to the Berlin Formula E weekend, in a first-class race with many overtaking manoeuvres and changes at the front of the field. At the wheel of his Porsche 99X Electric, André Lotterer (GER/No. 36) clinched fourth place, narrowly missing out on a podium spot at round seven of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. His teammate Pascal Wehrlein (GER/No. 94) took the fastest race lap and was rewarded with an extra point. He crossed the finish line in sixth place. On Sunday, race 8 of the innovative electric racing series will be contested on the apron of the historic Tempelhof Airport.

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Monaco e-Prix, Race 6

R6: Despite time in the lead, neither Porsche 99X Electric saw the flag in Monaco

A disappointing race day for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team – despite a good start at the Monaco E-Prix and time spent leading the field in the first half of the race, neither Porsche 99X Electric crossed the finish line. After a strong performance among the frontrunners, Pascal Wehrlein (GER/#94) retired with a technical defect. André Lotterer (GER/#36) became the unwitting victim of a collision, which threw him out of contention at race six of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in the Principality on the Cote d’Azur.In the drivers‘ standings of the all-electric racing series, André Lotterer ranks sixth after six of 16 races with 43 points. Pascal Wehrlein sits just one point behind in seventh place. In the team standings, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team is sixth with 85 points.

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Rome e-Prix, Race 5

R5: TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team scores points after strong team effort in Rome

Strong team performance in the Eternal City this weekend at the Rome E-Prix with André Lotterer (GER/#36) and Pascal Wehrlein (GER/#94) earning more valuable points for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team in their title bid. An exciting race 5 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, saw Lotterer take the flag in fourth place after leading the field for some time on the Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR. Wehrlein finished in sixth place.

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Rome e-Prix, Race 4

R4: Valuable points for Porsche at the first European race of the Formula E season

The two Porsche 99X Electric race cars have finished in the points at round four of the Rome E-Prix, the first European race of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. Pascal Wehrlein (GER/#94), who claimed the first victory for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team recently in Mexico, came eighth in the Eternal City, with his teammate André Lotterer (GER/#36) crossing the finish line two places behind him. The next race of the all-electric championship is tomorrow Sunday, 10 April, again in Rome.

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Mexico City E-Prix, Race 3

R3: TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team clinches historic one-two finish

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team celebrated its greatest success to date with an historic one-two victory at the Mexico City E-Prix. Starting from pole position on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in the No. 94 Porsche 99X Electric, Pascal Wehrlein (GER) clinched the first victory for Porsche in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. His teammate André Lotterer (GER) finished second in the No. 36 car, making the perfect triumph for the Stuttgart sports car manufacturer at round three of this season’s Formula E.By clinching the top two podium positions in Mexico, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team progresses up the team rankings to third place. In the drivers’ standings, Pascal Wehrlein sits third, tied for points with André Lotterer in fourth.

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Diriyah E-Prix, Race 2

R2: Porsche narrowly misses first podium of the season

In the second night race at the season-opener of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, Porsche narrowly missed out on claiming its first podium result. At the wheel of the No. 36 Porsche 99X Electric, André Lotterer secured a strong fourth place for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. Finishing ninth in the No. 94 car, Pascal Wehrlein also earned world championship points. After an accident towards the end, the race finished behind the new Formula E safety car, the Porsche Taycan Turbo S.

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Diriyah E-Prix, Race 1

R1: Zero points for Porsche at the Formula E season-opener

Strong qualifying – disappointing race: The start to season 8 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team was not crowned with success. Scoring eleventh place with his No. 94 Porsche 99X Electric at the Diriyah E-Prix in Saudi Arabia, Pascal Wehrlein (GER) narrowly missed out on earning points. His teammate André Lotterer (GER) took the flag in P13 with the No. 36 car.

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R10: Marrakesh Recap

Results and standings

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has fought for points, positions and podium places in the world’s first fully electric racing series since season 6. With success: At Porsche’s debut race in Diriyah, André Lotterer clinched the first podium spot with second place – and repeated this feat at race six of the season in Berlin.

Pascal Wehrlein joined the team in Season 7 and finished third to claim his first podium result at the Rome E-Prix. Lotterer made it onto the podium in the Sunday race at the Valencia E-Prix. The two Germans line up for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team again in Season 8. You can find all the key facts and statistics on the 2021/2022 Formula E season here.

Driver

Status: 02 July 2022

  1. 1

    #48 Edoardo Mortara [ROKiT Venturi Racing]

    139

  2. 2

    #25 Jean-Éric Vergne [DS TECHEETAH]

    128

  3. 3

    #5 Stoffel Vandoorne  [Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team]

    125

  4. 4

    #9 Mitch Evans [Jaguar TCS Racing]

    124

  5. 5

    #4 Robin Frijns [Envision Racing Formula E Team]

    81

  6. 6

    #13 Antonio Felix Da Costa [DS TECHEETAH]

    75

  7. 7

    #17 Nyck de Vries [Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team]

    73

  8. 8

    #11 Lucas di Grassi [ROKiT Venturi Racing]

    66

  9. 9

    #36 André Lotterer [TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team]

    61

  10. 10

    #94 Pascal Wehrlein [TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team]

    55

  11. 11

    #27 Jake Dennis [Avalanche Andretti Formula E]

    42

  12. 12

    #13 Sam Bird [Jaguar TCS Racing]

    31

  13. 13

    #37 Nick Cassidy [Envision Racing Formula E Team]

    16

  14. 14

    #30 Oliver Rowland [Mahindra Racing]

    11

  15. 15

    #23 Sebastian Buemi [Nissan e.dams]

    10

  16. 16

    #3 Oliver Turvey [NIO 333 FE Team]

    6

  17. 17

    #28 Oliver Askew [Avalanche Andretti Formula E]

    2

  18. 18

    #29 Alexander Sims [Mahindra Racing]

    2

  19. 19

    #22 Maximilian Günther [Nissan e.dams]

    2

  20. 20

    #33 Dan Ticktum [NIO 333 FE Team]

    1

  21. 21

    #7 Sergio Sette Camara [Dragon / PenskeAutosport]

  22. 22

    #99 Antonio Giovinazzi [Dragon / PenskeAutosport]

Antonio Giovinazzi

Dan Ticktum

Sergio Sette Camara

Alexander Sims

Oliver Askew

Maximilian Günther

Oliver Turvey

Sebastian Buemi

Oliver Rowland

Nick Cassidy

Sam Bird

Jake Dennis

Pascal Wehrlein

André Lotterer

Lucas di Grassi

Nyck de Vries

Antonio Felix Da Costa

Robin Frijns

Mitch Evans

Stoffel Vandoorne

Jean-Éric Vergne

Edoardo Mortara

TEAM

Status: 02 July 2022

  1. 1

    #ROKiT Venturi Racing

    205

  2. 2

    #DS Techeetah

    203

  3. 3

    #Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team

    198

  4. 4

    #Jaguar TCS Racing #DS Techeetah

    155

  5. 5

    #TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team

    116

  6. 6

    #Envision Racing Formula E Team

    97

  7. 7

    #Avalanche Andretti Formula E

    44

  8. 8

    #Mahindra Racing

    13

  9. 9

    #Nissan e.dams

    12

  10. 10

    #NIO 333 FE Team

    7

  11. 11

    #Dragon / Penske Autosport

Dragon  / Penske Autosport


NIO 333 FE Team


Nissan e.dams

Mahindra Racing

Avalanche  Andretti Formula E

Envision Racing Formula E Team

TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team

Jaguar TCS Racing

Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team


DS Techeetah

ROKiT Venturi Racing

Race Results

Status: 02 July 2022

André Lotterer

  • R1: Grid: 4, Finish: 13

  • R2: Grid: 7, Finish: 4

  • R3: Grid: 3, Finish: 2

  • R4: Grid: 8, Finish: 10

  • R5: Grid: 3, Finish: 4

  • R6: Grid: 6, Finish: DNF

  • R7: Grid: 5, Finish: 4

  • R8: Grid: 4, Finish: 8

  • R9: Grid: 8, Finish: 11

  • R10: Grid: 22, Finish: 15

  • R11: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R12: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R13: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R14: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R15: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R16: Grid: —, Finish: —

Pascal Wehrlein

  • R1: Grid: 10, Finish: 11

  • R2: Grid: 10, Finish: 8

  • R3: Grid: 1, Finish: 1

  • R4: Grid: 7, Finish: 8

  • R5: Grid: 7, Finish: 6

  • R6: Grid: 2, Finish: DNF

  • R7: Grid: 6, Finish: 6

  • R8: Grid: 19, Finish: 12

  • R9: Grid: 11, Finish: 8

  • R10: Grid: 4, Finish: 12

  • R11: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R12: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R13: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R14: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R15: Grid: —, Finish: —

  • R16: Grid: —, Finish: —

Race Calendar

  • 28.01.22
    R1: Diriyah (KSA)
  • 29.01.22
    R2: Diriyah (KSA)
  • 12.02.22
    R3: Mexico City (MEX)
  • 09.04.22
    R4: Rom (ITA)
  • 10.04.22
    R5: Rom (ITA)
  • 30.04.22
    R6: Monaco (MON)
  • 14.05.22
    R7: Berlin (GER)
  • 15.05.22
    R8: Berlin (GER)
  • 04.06.22
    R9: Jakarta (INA)
  • 02.07.22
    R10: Marrakesh (MAR)
  • 16.07.22
    R11: New York (USA)
  • 17.07.22
    R12: New York (USA)
  • 30.07.22
    R13: London (GBR)
  • 31.07.22
    R14: London (GBR)
  • 13.08.22
    R15: Seoul (KOR)
  • 14.08.22
    R16: Seoul (KOR)

E-Ducation

After over 30 years, Porsche returned to Formula racing in 2019. The goal is to continue the extraordinary history of the sports car manufacturer in motorsport, and to accompany the Porsche Strategy 2030 with the first fully-electric race car.

The overwhelming majority of the components in the Porsche 99X Electric are standard parts and are specified by the Formula E regulations. However, there are also areas, in which Porsche’s unique expertise can be applied. For example, the engineers were able to strike out on their own when developing the Porsche E-Performance powertrain, and could call on their experience gained during their successful time in LMP1.

The Porsche 99X Electric is also a development platform for current and future fully-electric production cars, such as the Porsche Taycan and the Taycan Cross Turismo.

Two drivers, one goal

André Lotterer and Pascal Wehrlein are the two regular drivers in the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team for Season 8 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. Lotterer competed for Porsche in its debut season in the fully-electric racing series. In Wehrlein, the team welcomes on board a young and highly-talented driver who has already amassed a wealth of experience in Formula E and other top-class racing series. Together, the two drivers will challenge for race wins and the World Championship title, awarded for the first time in Formula E in the 2020/2021 season. "André and Pascal have contributed significantly to this positive development.

André Lotterer

At 40 years of age, André Lotterer can look back on a long and successful motorsport career. Whether in Europe or Asia, Formula or GT racing, wherever Lotterer drives, he is successful – this includes Formula E, in which he made his debut in 2017 before ‘coming home’ to Porsche two years later. “We are going to make Formula E history,” Lotterer predicted at the time. A few months later, he was proved right. He claimed the team’s first podium finish in its first race in Diriyah – a feat that no other manufacturer had achieved since Season 2. Two other podium finishes have been added since then. In season 8, Lotterer aims to stand on the top of the podium for the first time with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team.

1999

 Champion in Formula BMW ADAC

2006

 Champion in Japanese Super GT Championship

2009

 Champion in Japanese Super GT Championship

2011

 Victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Formula Nippon champion

2012

 Victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, WEC world champion

2014

 Victory in the 24 Hours of Le Mans

Since 2019

 Regular driver in the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team

Pascal Wehrlein

“I want to be successful and win races and championships. With this in mind, I believe I am at exactly the right place with Porsche,” said Pascal Wehrlein in 2020, just days after the announcement of his move to the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team. Anyone who believes that he is aiming too high need only take a look at the career so far of the young driver, who was born in Sigmaringen: whether in the DTM, Formula 1 or Formula E, Wehrlein has always impressed and demonstrated his immense talent. In just his fourth race with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team, Wehrlein made it onto the podium when he finished third place at the Rome E-Prix. More of them will hopefully follow in the coming season.

2011

 Champion in ADAC Formula Masters

2015

 Youngest DTM champion ever

2016

 19th place in Formula 1 (Manor Racing)

2017

 18th place in Formula 1 (Sauber F1 Team)

2018/19

 12th place in Formula E (Mahindra Racing); 1 podium, 1 pole position

2019/20

  18th place in Formula E (Mahindra Racing)

Since 2020

 Regular driver in the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team

Partners

The important team behind the team - the partners. They support the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team with know-how, passion and commitment. According to the quote from John C. Maxwell "Teamwork makes the dream work.", the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team pursues its goals together with its valuable partners. Because "The best successes are those that can be celebrated together!"

Tag Heuer
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Tag Heuer

Luxury watch manufacturer — Partner since 2019

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Vodafone
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Vodafone

Telecommunications — Partner since 2019

„We are on the same mission – building a more inclusive and sustainable society with the help of technology.”

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Formula E Sponsoring Partner Ansys
Ansys

Simulation software — Partner since 2019

“We work with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team because we share its focus on innovation.”

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Michelin
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Michelin

Tires — Motorsport partner since 2002

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Mobil
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Exxon Mobile

Oil and petrochemical — Motorsport partner since 1996

Together we continuously push technical boundaries, aiming for the highest level of performance.

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Boss

Fashion — Partner since 2019

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Abb
Formula E Sponsoring Partner ABB

Energy and automation technology — Partner since 2019

“ABB entered into a new and exclusive partnership with automobile manufacturer Porsche, in order to jointly promote e-mobility.”

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Loctite

Adhesives, sealants and coatings
— Partner since 2022

“LOCTITE is the global leader in adhesives, and it only makes sense that we partner with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team that is the leader in motor sport.”

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Puma
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Puma

Sports lifestyle Fashion — Partner since 2019

“PUMA´s mantra of “Forever Faster” perfectly fits the ambition of TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team to be the best team in Formula E.”

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Formula E Sponsoring Partner Trilux
Trilux

Lighting — Motorsport partner since 2016

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net app

Data storage and management — Partner since 2022

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Veltins 0,0
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Veltins alkoholfrei

Brewery — Motorsport partner since 2014

“We see Porsche as a global premium brand, representing a perfect fit for an association with our own premium brand and products.”

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Formula E Sponsoring Partner Humbel
Humbel

Development and manufacture of innovative gear technology — Motorsport partner since 1996

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Hazet

Tools — Motorsport partner since 1996

“We want to support the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team with high quality hand tools, tool trolleys and workshop equipment at the race track and in the motorsports garages.”

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Stilo
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Stilo

Helmets — Partner since 2019

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Sacred
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Sacred

Coffee and Tea — Motorsport partner since 2010

“We saw the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team as the perfect progression of our partnership globally and an innovative racing concept.”

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Kärcher
Formula E Sponsoring Partner Kärcher

Cleaning technology — Motorsport partner since 2019

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Luxury watch manufacturere
Partner since 2019

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Tag Heuer

Telecommunications
Partner since 2019

„We are on the same mission – building a more inclusive and sustainable society with the help of technology.”

Tag Heuer

Simulation software
Partner since 2019

“We work with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team because we share its focus on innovation.”

Tag Heuer

Tires
Motorsport partner since 2002

Follows-soon

Tag Heuer

Oil and petrochemical
Motorsport partner since 1996

Together we continuously push technical boundaries, aiming for the highest level of performance.

Tag Heuer

Fashion
Partner since 2019

Follows-soon

Tag Heuer

Energy and automation technology
Partner since 2019

“ABB entered into a new and exclusive partnership with automobile manufacturer Porsche, in order to jointly promote e-mobility.”

Tag Heuer

Adhesives, sealants and coatings
Partner since 2022

“LOCTITE is the global leader in adhesives, and it only makes sense that we partner with the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team that is the leader in motor sport.”

Tag Heuer

Sports lifestyle Fashion
Partner since 2019

“PUMA´s mantra of “Forever Faster” perfectly fits the ambition of TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team to be the best team in Formula E.”

Tag Heuer

Lighting
Motorsport partner since 2016

Follows-soon

Tag Heuer

Data storage and management
Partner since 2022

Follows-soon

Tag Heuer

Brewery
Motorsport partner since 2014

“We see Porsche as a global premium brand, representing a perfect fit for an association with our own premium brand and products.”

Tag Heuer

Development and manufacture of innovative gear technology
Motorsport partner since 1996

Follows-soon

Tag Heuer

Tools
Motorsport partner since 1996

“We want to support the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team with high quality hand tools, tool trolleys and workshop equipment at the race track and in the motorsports garages.”

Tag Heuer

Helmets
Partner since 2019

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Tag Heuer

Coffee and Tea
Motorsport partner since 2010

“We saw the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team as the perfect progression of our partnership globally and an innovative racing concept.”

Tag Heuer

Cleaning technology
Motorsport partner since 2019

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Tag Heuer

About Formula E

Since September 2014, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship has been the most exciting international all-electric racing series. Races take place on just one race day in major cities worldwide. Up to 24 drivers duel it out in the narrow street canyons. Since 2019, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has been in the middle of the action. From January 2022, the 8th season will start, crowned with an official world championship for the second time ever.

Race Mode

220 kW / 299 PS

Attack Mode

250 kW / 340 PS

Fanboost

250 kW / 340 PS

race mode

Season 8 saw some changes in the overall power allocation: in Race Mode, drivers have now 220 kW (299 PS) available power. At the same time, the power during Attack Mode was increased as well.

Attack Mode

Another special feature of Formula E is Attack Mode. During the race, drivers have to move off the racing line and pass through several Activation Zones in a certain part of the track. This gives them an extra 30 kW, or a total of 250 kW (340 PS), which they can use for about four minutes. Each driver can deploy Attack Mode twice during a race.

Fanboost

With Fanboost, Formula E is the only racing series in the world to offer its fans the opportunity to actively influence the action. Fans can vote for their favourites via an online voting function on the Formula E app or on the homepage, and in doing so earn them an extra energy boost in the race. The five drivers with the most votes can call on an extra 100 kJ in a short time window in the second half of the race.

New sporting regulations
in season 8

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Formula E
Media Guide

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Data determined in accordance with the measurement method required by law. Since 1 September 2017 certain new cars have been type approved in accordance with the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP), a more realistic test procedure to measure fuel/electricity consumption and CO2 emissions. As of 1 September 2018 the WLTP replaced the New European Driving Cycle (NEDC). Due to the more realistic test conditions, the fuel/electricity consumption and CO2 emission values determined in accordance with the WLTP will, in many cases, be higher than those determined in accordance with the NEDC. This may lead to corresponding changes in vehicle taxation from 1 September 2018. You can find more information on the difference between WLTP and NEDC at www.porsche.com/wltp.

Currently, we are still obliged to provide the NEDC values, regardless of the type approval process used. The additional reporting of the WLTP values is voluntary until their obligatory use. As far as new cars (which are type approved in accordance with the WLTP) are concerned, the NEDC values will, therefore, be derived from the WLTP values during the transition period. To the extent that NEDC values are given as ranges, these do not relate to a single, individual car and do not constitute part of the offer. They are intended solely as a means of comparing different types of vehicle. Extra features and accessories (attachments, tyre formats, etc.) can change relevant vehicle parameters such as weight, rolling resistance and aerodynamics and, in addition to weather and traffic conditions, as well as individual handling, can affect the fuel/electricity consumption, CO2 emissions and performance values of a car.

Important information about the all-electric Porsche models can be found here.