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Ticktum Exclusive and McLaren's huge progress – RacingNews365 FE Review

Catch up with the biggest Formula E stories from the past week with the new RacingNews365 FE Review.

Ticktum - Diriyah - 2024
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To news overview © Simon Galloway / Formula E

RacingNews365's Formula E Editor Nick Golding sat down with ERT's Dan Ticktum, to discuss his negative reputation on social media.

The British driver takes full responsibility for his negative reputation following incidents when he was younger, although he's eager for people to start viewing him for the person he is today and to "let go" of his past.

READ MORE: Ticktum Exclusive: 'I don't feel like I'm treated the same'

Rivals warned as McLaren 'most efficient' in Diriyah

Neom McLaren were incredibly the best team when it came to energy management at the recent Diriyah E-Prix, something which will have caught Jaguar and Porsche by surprise.

After a below-par end to 2023, McLaren have started Season 10 with a bang, following strong performances in both Mexico City and Diriyah.

READ MORE: Rivals warned as McLaren 'most efficient' in Diriyah

			© Simon Galloway / Formula E
	© Simon Galloway / Formula E

Formula E CEO outlines new Gen4 details

Formula E CEO Jeff Dodds has outlined some of the expectations for the upcoming Gen4 era of the sport, which will get underway in Season 13 (2026/27).

Faster cars and longer races are on the agenda for the next era of the all-electric series, with the plan being for the new cars to be capable of reaching 100 km/h in less than two seconds.

READ MORE: Formula E CEO outlines new Gen4 details

Relief for Sette Camara but ERT's underlying issues remain

Sergio Sette Camara scored ERT's first points of the season at the recent Diriyah E-Prix, but their issues remain as pressing as ever before.

The recent Diriyah double-header offered the backmarker Chinese outfit a moment of relief after what has been a torrid start to Season 10.

READ MORE: Relief for Sette Camara but ERT's underlying issues remain

			© Sam Bagnall / Formula E
	© Sam Bagnall / Formula E

McLaren must keep 'expectations in check'

Neom McLaren have made a stellar start to Season 10 but Team Principal Ian James is aware that there is still a lot of racing ahead.

McLaren have made significant progress in energy management but James recognises that the coming races will follow a different style of racing compared to Mexico City and Diriyah.

READ MORE: McLaren must keep 'expectations in check'

			© Simon Galloway / Formula E
	© Simon Galloway / Formula E

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