Nissan e.dams powers to second place in Formula E teams championship
Sebastien Buemi Oliver Rowland
More season highlights
Nissan's second season in Formula E began with two top five finishes in the two opening rounds. The teams' first podium came in round four in Mexico City where Buemi finished in third, but it was a late season surge in the six finale races in Berlin where the team fine-tuned a strong racing package into a car that could lead the rest of the field, with speed, grip, and, most importantly, energy efficiency.
Buemi drove his "best race of season six" charging his way through the field and into a point's place of P10, after starting from P22.
Race activations and activities
With the all-electric Nissan LEAF taking center stage, surrounded by the thrilling atmosphere of Formula E races, Nissan, with its Intelligent Mobility vision, showcased to the world that in racing, and on the road, EVs are exciting to drive.
When the global coronavirus pandemic put racing on pause, Nissan e.dams competed in the Formula E Race at Home Challenge. The online sim racing series featured all the Formula E teams, plus some of the fastest professional sim racers in the world, and took place over eight weekends on various digital replicas of iconic Formula E circuits.
Aug 17, 2020 at 15:13