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Ferrari talks confirmed and historic manufacturer extends commitment – RacingNews365 FE Review

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Formula E has confirmed holding "discussions" with Ferrari over possibly entering the all-electric championship.

CEO Jeff Dodds recently teased the possibility that talks had started over the prospect of Ferrari joining a series that already includes a stable of great manufacturing names, including Porsche, Jaguar, McLaren, Maserati, and Nissan.  

READ MORE: Formula E confirms exploratory discussions with Ferrari

Iconic British manufacturer commits to Formula E until 2030

Lola Cars has become the fourth manufacturer to commit to Formula E Gen4, with the iconic British company set to return to motorsport in the next season of the all-electric series.

It was announced earlier in the year that Lola will be entering Formula E Gen3.5 next season and form a technical partnership with Yamaha. 

READ MORE: Iconic British manufacturer commits to Formula E until 2030

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Evans applying 'less pressure' after magnitude of 2023 disappointment

Mitch Evans has revealed that he is putting "less pressure" on himself to win the Formula E drivers' championship this season, having been "really disappointed" after falling short in 2023.

The Jaguar driver enters the final four rounds of the season as the title outsider once again, following a recent flurry of impressive results. 

READ MORE: Evans applying 'less pressure' after magnitude of 2023 disappointment

Da Costa stunned by recent resurgence: 'I've surprised myself'

Antonio Felix da Costa has conceded that he has "surprised" himself by his recent Formula E resurgence, which has seen him win two of the last three races.

The Porsche driver claimed victory in the second race of last weekend's Shanghai double-header and also won the second race of the Berlin double-header three weeks ago.

READ MORE: Da Costa stunned by recent resurgence: 'I've surprised myself'

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	© Simon Galloway / Formula E

De Vries urges 'realistic' steps after hitting comeback milestone

Nyck de Vries has urged Mahindra to continuing taking "realistic" steps in Formula E and have accurate "expectations", after scoring his first points since returning to the series.

In last weekend's inaugural Shanghai E-Prix double-header, de Vries finished the first race of the event in a solid seventh place, which clearly energised the Dutch driver. 

READ MORE: De Vries urges 'realistic' steps after hitting comeback milestone

How Shanghai surprisingly worked for Formula E

Formula E's return to China last weekend was long-awaited, however, its chosen venue raised eyebrows ahead of the event.

The Shanghai International Circuit, best known for hosting F1's Chinese Grand Prix, played host to Formula E's inaugural trip to the Chinese city. 

READ MORE: How Shanghai surprisingly worked for Formula E

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