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Fenestraz exclusive and former F1 driver returns – RacingNews365 FE Review

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On the outside, Sacha Fenestraz is one of the most welcoming, bubbly, charismatic drivers you will ever come across not just in Formula E, but in world motorsport.

However, underneath his warm nature, is a driver who took the ultimate risk as a teenager and is now reaping the rewards with Nissan. Last week, RacingNews365 spoke exclusively to him last week.

READ MORE: Fenestraz exclusive: Nissan title dream, embracing his personality and similarity to Norris

Aitken confirmed for Formula E Misano test

Former F1 driver Jack Aitken will complete the upcoming rookie practice session in Misano for Envision, the side he has participated in recent tests for.

The inaugural Misano E-Prix next weekend will kickstart with FP0 – a practice session specifically for 11 Formula E rookie drivers. It is effectively a 30-minute rookie test.

READ MORE: Aitken confirmed for Formula E Misano test

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	© XPBimages

'Proud moment' etching name in history – Günther

Maximilian Günther has hailed his stunning victory last weekend in the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix as a "proud moment", in what was dubbed as the biggest race in Formula E's history.

Formula E has worked hard to make a race happen in the Japanese capital for years, and at long last, it happened last Saturday.

READ MORE: 'Proud moment' etching name in history – Günther

McLaren Japan nightmare 'does hurt' – Bird

McLaren's Sam Bird openly conceded that failing to score a point last weekend in Tokyo "hurt", with the outfit having entered the huge event on the back of winning in São Paulo.

The Woking-based outfit entered the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix full of confidence, after Bird secured the team's first victory in Formula E in Brazil.

READ MORE: McLaren Japan nightmare 'does hurt' – Bird

			© Sam Bloxham / Formula E
	© Sam Bloxham / Formula E

Formula E schedule 2024 Misano E-Prix

This weekend, two races will take place, namely the sixth and seventh rounds of the Formula E season, both held at Misano.

It's the second weekend featuring a double-header on the calendar, with an E-Prix being held both on Saturday, April 13th, and Sunday, April 14th.

READ MORE: Formula E schedule 2024 Misano E-Prix

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