Nissan e.dams building pace ahead of Formula E New York City E-Prix
YOKOHAMA, Japan – Nissan e.dams is back racing on New York City’s Red Hook Circuit in Brooklyn – the venue for Nissan’s first Formula E race win, in season five – buoyed by a strong performance at the previous race in Mexico.
Last time out at round nine, the Puebla E-Prix, Nissan e.dams team driver Oliver Rowland took pole position and a podium, showing improved pace with the new Nissan Gen2 Formula E powertrain. The team is still working hard to build pace and consistency with both its drivers, with Sebastien Buemi looking to push hard in a bid to take the top step of the podium in New York City again. Oliver Rowland Sebastien Buemi
My P7 in qualifying in Mexico shows some improvement in our pace, but the race results are not what we would want or expect. I’m working hard with the team and my engineers to understand how to unlock the performance we know the car has, and I’ll be using all my racing experience and knowledge of this great Brooklyn track to score points this weekend.
Anna TeslikHead of global motorsports communications Phone: +33 7 7614 7286ATeslik@nissan-europe.com
Jul 06, 2021 at 18:30