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Formula E 2019: why it is becoming the reference World Cup
Formula E has played 7 races in its fifth season, where it has seen 7 drivers and 7 different winning teams. Teams, drivers and cities fight to enter the championship.
Rather than raising passions as such, it is true that Formula E usually attracts very different opinions. The most purist of the races cry out against the "aberration" of watching one-hundred-electric electric car races, without emitting that loud bronco of other categories (less than practically all championships, however) and in urban and narrow circuits "without any grace." Even elite pilots, when Alejandro Agag had the World Cup kicked off by the FIA back in 2014, "slit" out of this championship ... and now they see it with different eyes.
Why? Why then brands fight to enter the championship? Why are cities on the waiting list to try to host a Formula E race? Why does the grid have a list of riders of more quality with the passing of the seasons? And after witnessing the seventh race of the season in Rome, in which we saw a seventh driver and a seventh different team winning a race, we asked ourselves ... is Formula E so exciting?
The E-Prix of Rome had Mitch Evans as the winner, giving the first victory to his team, Jaguar, in the championship. After Antonio Félix da Costa (BMW), Jérôme d'Ambrosio (Mahindra), Sam Bird (Virgin), Lucas Di Grassi (Audi), Edoardo Mortara (Venturi) and Jean-Eric Vergne (DS), Evans became the seventh different winner this season and Jaguar in the seventh team that wins in a race, something unusual.
It is enough to see the general classifications to confirm the tremendous equality of this season, in which the second generation of the main electric car has debuted: in the pilot table, there are only 13 points between the leader, d'Ambrosio, and the ninth classified, Mortara; and only 4 points between the first and the fourth, the aforementioned Evans. If we look at the team classification, the Roma event allowed distance to DS in the lead, although four structures are separated by just 14 points.
New Cooper Cup for circuits: enjoy running at low cost A new championship for circuit racing arrives in Spain for the 2020 season. The Lurauto dealer launches the new Cooper Cup with the Mini Cooper as protagonists. Juan Ignacio Eguiara / Adrián Lois - 02/14/2020 13:33 Lurauto dealer creates a new single-brand cup for circuits The most interesting promotional Cup of this season is already underway. It is called the Cooper Cup and it is organized through the official Mini dealer in Gipuzkoa and Navarra, Lurauto. It runs with the Mini Cooper over six tests in the following circuits: Jarama (Madrid), Jerez, Los Arcos (Navarra), Ricardo Tormo circuit (Valencia), Motorland circuit in Alcañíz (Teruel), and another circuit in Catalonia , to designate. It is important to highlight that any pilot can participate from the age of 15 (with parental permission in the case of being a minor). In addition, the idea is to distribute exit bonuses among the participants and prizes for the classification. There are also more start bonuses for young riders and females as well as their classification and final prizes. Each meeting of the Mini Cooper will consist of two races of 50 minutes each –more free and timed training–, in which two drivers will be able to relieve themselves and run both. Whoever participates will only have to wait a while to equalize the times with which they share a car. The total cost of the ready-to-run car is around 32,000 euros, but an interesting option is offered: entry of 10,000 euros, 36 installments of 388 euros, and a final payment of 11,800 euros. If you prefer, you can forget about this last disbursement and return the Mini. On the other hand, the Mini Cooper is delivered registered, so you can run rallies or climbs, and they give you all the parts they remove in exchange for those of competition, so it is possible, later, to convert it into a serial car.