Formula E founder Alejandro Agag reckons both his electric series and Formula One have a 50-50 chance of getting races run due to the COVID-19 pandemic that has stalled both championships.
The all-electric Formula E series will have full FIA world championship status from the start of the 2020-21 season after approval by the sport’s governing body, it announced on Tuesday.
Formula One: F1 teams should have no say in sport's governance, says Formula E chief executive Alejandro Agag
Formula One teams should have no say in the governance of the sport because they follow their own agenda and are an obstacle to change, Formula E founder and chief executive Alejandro Agag said on Thursday.
Formula E: Mahindra Racing aim to 'win the marathon' in 2018-19 after being just a sprinter for last few seasons
Mahindra Racing's Team Principal Dilbagh Gill says, "By Season 4, we knew how to win races. But we didn’t reach the level of maturity to know how to clinch a championship. We were a sprinter, not a marathon runner. That’s something we have looked at for Season 5."