Jean-Eric Vergne mark new record in the test Formula E


cruise Speed. Formula E has crossed the equator of your first week of test , and has done so with a track record at Donington. With excellent conditions with sun and a dry track, Jean-Eric Vergne has stopped the clock in 1:29.634, more rapid registration of a Formula E on the track british. The time of the French rider of the team Techeetah has been carried during the morning session, and although in the evening session the fastest was Daniel Abt, the German has not been close to the first three classified of the ,’Session 3′ of these tests.

What is certain is that the drivers and teams of the Formula E ripped with a lot of momentum during the morning session, and that caused that the fast times were happening, disruptions in court were minimal. Sébastien Buemi, Loïc Duval, or Felix Rosenqvist were some of the authors of the best time of the session until 1:29.634 marked by Jean-Eric Verge. A time that exceeds three-tenths of the record marked by Lucas di Grassi a year ago and that have also been able to overcome the own Rosenqvist and Buemi. Nick Heidfeld was fourth, six tenths, while Loïc Duval finished fifth.

After the break for lunch, the activity has returned to the track,
although the afternoon has been considerably more rugged. Along
of the same have been produced up to three red flags to stay
standing in track, three cars of different teams
. The first
in the opening of this particular list was the Penske 701-EV of Jerome
D’ambrosio, vehicle technology, Faraday’s Future.
Also suffered from various problems the Jaguar I-Type of Mitch Evans and the
Renault Z. E 16 Ma Qin Hua
, pilot who has carried the cross enel
within the training Techeetah.


all in all, Daniel Abt has
managed to set the fastest time in the afternoon
, although his 1:30.192 is
it has been five-tenths of the time of reference, all of Vergne.
During this session, and the second has been Sam Bird with the car of DS
Virgin and third Nico Prost, showing once more that the car
Renault is one of the most strong in this start of the season. Loïc
Duval was fourth in the ,’Session 4′ and Oliver Turvey, fifth, giving
some visibility to the team NextEV NIO after a first day in the
that had some problems.

Still a day more than
test at Donington
to the drivers and teams of the Formula E, before
collect all of the data collected and return to the track English to the
second week of testing. By the time the pilots and new teams
are showing lights and shadows. While Jean-Eric Vergne has
led the team Techeetah to give it a positive image, point
Jaguar Racing is not taking a very prominent role
in the test. What
same goes with the new pilots as the margin of Felix Rosenqvist,
men as ‘Pechito’ Lopez, Maro Engel, Mitch Evans or Adam Carroll not to
are shining in excess

Times second day of tests Formula E at Donington

Position Pilot Car Difference
1 Jean-Eric Vergne Techeetah Renault Z. E 16 1:29.634
2nd Felix Rosenqvist Mahindra Racing Mahindra M3 Electro +0.085
3rd Sebastien Buemi Renault e.Dams Renault Z. E 16 +0.131
4th Daniel Abt ABT Schaeffler Audi ABT Schaeffler FE02 +0.558
5th Sam Bird DS Virgin DSV-02 +0.660
6th Nick Heidfeld Mahindra Racing Mahindra M3 Electro +0.696
7th Nico Prost Renault e.Dams Renault Z. E 16 +0.710
8th Loïc Duval Faraday Future Dragon Penske 701-EV +0.952
9th Jerome D’ambrosio Faraday’s Future Dragon Penske 701-EV +1.038
10th Oliver Turvey NextEV NIO NextEV TCR Formula 002 +1.059