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Putrajaya Formula E 2015 Race

Lucas di Grassi is the new FIA E championship leader. The Brazilian from Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport won convincingly the chaotic race for the electric powered cars in Putrajaya (Malaysia) thanks to perfect teamwork.
The Mahindra Racing Formula E Team scored a double points finish in Putrajaya with the new M2Electro racing car.
In a topsy-turvy Putrajaya ePrix, Team Aguri's Antonio Felix da Costa raced to sixth position, while team-mate Nathanaël Berthon finished 15th.
Renault e.dams experienced a character-building weekend at the second FIA Formula E event of the 2015/16 season (November 7) in Putrajaya.
We look at how the Malaysia leg of this season’s Formula E went down
Looks like Trulli's season has gone from bad to worse! After the disappointment in Beijing, the put-upon Trulli team has found itself out of Saturday's race in Putrayaja ePrix after failing scrutineering. Hopefully we'll see a triumphant return from the team...
Formula E takes to the track this Saturday (November 7) in Putrajaya . We get the news from Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport from Malaysia.
Team founder Jarno steps back into the cockpit after rough times for the outfit
Last year's winner Sam Bird talks about the Putrajaya ePrix
Felix da Costa and Nathanaël Berthon will be aiming to score points in Malaysia following an encouraging performance at the opening round in Beijing.
Mahindra's team principal Dilbagh Gill talks about business that needs to be settled in Malaysia.
Following on from victory at the FIA Formula E Championship curtain-raiser in Beijing, we decided to delve further into the development of the Renault Z.E.15 powertrain with Renault Sport Formula E Project Leader, Vincent Gaillardot.
For the second Formula E race this season, the drivers will once again be taking to the streets of Malaysia and the demanding Putrajaya circuit.
Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport has scored the first important points in the new Formula E season. Now, Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt aim higher

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