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Beijing Formula E 2015 Race

Can anyone match the power of Renualt's Powertrain? They couldn't in the Beijing ePrix
Nick Heidfeld scored Mahindra Racing’s first ever Formula E podium, finishing third in a tight battle with the double headed Dragon Team on the streets of Beijing.
We preview a successful team from the last season to see how it's preparing for the next chapter
Trulli are sad to announce that they have failed scrutineering as our engines and inverters are still stuck in customs in Beijing.
Ahead of the opening ePrix of the 2015/16 FIA Formula E season, we caught up with our Project Leader from Renault Sport, Vincent Gaillardot, to see how the championship has evolved for its second campaign.
Buemi cruises, Heidfeld slays the Dragons and Turvey has the advantage in the Battle of Britain!
Lucas di Grassi and Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport made a good start to the new FIA Formula E season in Beijing.
Check out your quick guide to Beijing Formula E 2015 race
Dilbagh Gill has been at the helm of the Mahindra Racing Formula E Team since it’s inception. In its second season, Mahindra Racing goes into battle as one of a select few manufacturers that is developing its own all-electric powertrain.
So after all the build up and some exciting practice laps we look at how the grid will line-up
Senior Team Managers, Alain Prost and Jean-Paul Driot, review the Beijing ePrix following the successful opening event of the 2015/16 FIA Formula E Championship, where Renault e.dams claimed its first victory of the season with Sebastien Buemi
Daniel Abt and Lucas di Grassi walk around the track in heart of China’s capital – but not before gathering their strength by drinking an exclusively prepared tea.