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Vandoorne exclusive and Cassidy's bold view – RacingNews365 FE Review

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

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RacingNews365 spoke exclusively to Season 8 Formula E World Champion Stoffel Vandoorne about his road to redemption.

Defending a title in any racing category is a tall order, although it's arguably the tallest of orders in Formula E. The all-electric championship is ferociously competitive, to the extreme extent that the tiniest of errors can be the difference between glory and defeat.

READ MORE: Exclusive: Vandoorne's sights set on redemption

Cassidy: Dennis' Diriyah yo-yo proof of 'incredibly tight' field

The Formula E field has bunched up in Season 10, with Nick Cassidy believing that over half the grid can now fight for victory.

The Kiwi has three rostrums – including a victory – to his name from the opening three rounds, giving him a healthy 19-point lead in the Drivers' Championship. However, he's had to work hard for his podiums, as more drivers than arguably ever before are in the mix.

READ MORE: Cassidy: Dennis' Diriyah yo-yo proof of 'incredibly tight' field

			© Alastair Staley / Formula E
	© Alastair Staley / Formula E

Break welcoming to 'reset' after disappointing performances – Da Costa

Antonio Felix da Costa and Porsche have been working hard to understand why the season hasn't started well.

The opening three rounds of Season 10 have been massively disappointing for Antonio Felix da Costa, who entered 2024 having looked sharp last October in pre-season testing.

READ MORE: Break welcoming to 'reset' after disappointing performances – Da Costa

Cassidy's stunning start 'not frustrating' – Evans

Mitch Evans hasn't found Nick Cassidy's sensational start to life at Jaguar frustrating, with his bad luck annoying him more.

Mitch Evans has endured a challenging start to Formula E Season 10 for reasons completely out of his control, with the Kiwi having had something happen to him in every race so far this year.

READ MORE: Cassidy's stunning start 'not frustrating' – Evans

			© Malcolm Griffiths / Formula E
	© Malcolm Griffiths / Formula E

Rookie Daruvala stunned by 'mentally demanding' races

Jehan Daruvala is the only rookie in Formula E this season but has been settling into the series and into Maserati MSG Racing very well.

Formula E is renowned for being arguably the most difficult single-seater motorsport category for a rookie, due to the complexity of driving the all-electric cars. Being a rookie in Formula E is very much about survival, as several don't return for a second season.

READ MORE: Rookie Daruvala stunned by 'mentally demanding' races

'Great friends' Cassidy and Evans confused by rivalry claims

Jaguar Team Principal James Barclay has admitted that the entire outfit has been left puzzled by claims that Nick Cassidy and Mitch Evans are rivals.

The claims that the pair are rivals has developed from the duo being title contenders in Season 9, whilst they also dramatically collided in Rome last summer – Evans launched over the top of Cassidy.

READ MORE: 'Great friends' Cassidy and Evans confused by rivalry claims

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

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