18:12 30 June 2015
Motor racing doesn’t need to be loud. This weekend, the inaugural season of the Formula E championship, the world’s first all-electric racing series, came to a close with the final two races at Battersea Park in London. New Scientist was lucky to get behind-the-scenes access to theas it prepared for the races. The team finished second in the championship.
Photos by David Stock for New Scientist
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Formula E cars are designed to be both green and cost-effective. The cars don’t emit any pollutants, and their batteries are charged by an on-site generator that uses, a clean-burning by-product of biodiesel. Here you can see the cars of the team’s two drivers: Loic Duval’s is in the foreground, with Jerome d’Ambrosio’s behind.
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