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In the hothouse ambience reigning on the Rodriguez Brothers Autodromo, Sébastien Buemi played his part in the on-track action in the Mexico ePrix helping the Renault e.dams team to their third podium finish on the bounce!

The Renault Z.E.17 in the hands of Sébastien Buemi showed searing pace as he set the fastest time of the qualifying groups on this circuit that uses part of the Formula 1 layout. But in the SuperPole shootout, the Swiss driver was unable to reproduce this performance and qualified on the second row. Read More »

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– Commanding victory in E-Prix in Mexico City
– 25-year old first German winner in the electric race series
– Lucas di Grassi drives from last on the grid to ninth

Daniel Abt from the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler squad is the first German winner in Formula E history. In Mexico City, the 25-year-old produced a faultless race and in doing so simultaneously clinched the first victory for the Audi works team in the electric race series. Read More »

After the tremendous spectacle of the United States Grand Prix in Austin it’s no rest for the team as we head to another race which promises much for fans; the Mexican Grand Prix. Read More »

• The Signatech Alpine team produced an impressive performance to finish second in LMP2 as the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) resumed at the 6 Hours of Mexico.
• After claiming pole position, Nicolas Lapierre, Gustavo Menezes and André Negrão secured the no.36 Alpine A470’s best result this season.
• The FIA WEC continues in two weeks’ time in Austin (United States). Read More »

– Audi factory driver takes first victory of the season in Formula E race in Mexico
– Risky race strategy pays dividends for Lucas di Grassi
– Daniel Abt delivers strong fightback from 18th on the grid to finish seventh


Audi factory driver Lucas di Grassi reduces his deficit to championship leader Sébastien Buemi to five points following his first victory of the season in the fourth race of the Formula E season in Mexico City (Mexico). Team mate Daniel Abt scored points again after finishing seventh. Read More »

– Eventful Mexico ePrix results in podium finish for Sam Bird and P6 for Jose Maria Lopez
– DS Virgin Racing proves the pace of the DSV-02 after Jose Maria Lopez led the way for several laps before a spin after trying to overtake D’Ambrosio
– Due to the positive result in Mexico City, the team move to Monaco with increased confidence Read More »

DS Virgin Racing heads to Mexico City determined to prove the true pace of their car and drivers in the fourth round of the 2016/17 FIA Formula E Championship.

Despite a second place finish for Sam Bird in Marrakesh, the season so far has not been a true reflection of the team’s capabilities. After being in a position to win in Hong Kong before technical difficulties ended Sam’s race, and having had its drivers top of the timesheets in both practice sessions in Buenos Aires before each experienced difficult qualifying sessions, the team is determined to achieve a race result in Mexico City in line with the undoubted pace of its car and drivers. Read More »

– Thrilling performances by both driver squads in Mexican debut
– Marcel Fässler/André Lotterer second following recovery
– Lucas di Grassi/Loïc Duval/Oliver Jarvis score important points in manufacturers’ standings


Audi showed a strong battle in round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). Following Audi’s pole position, both Audi R18 cars took turns leading the race in Mexico in the early stage. Read More »

– FIA WEC makes debut in Mexico City
– Highest race at 2,300 meters above sea level
– Audi drivers di Grassi/Duval/Jarvis currently second in the standings


Just one month before the factory opening, Audi starts the crucial phase of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in Mexico. Five of the nine championship races on the calendar are held between September and November. Read More »

Ford pre-Mexico16b– First of the ‘flyaway’ races takes place this Saturday, Sept. 3, in Mexico City
– Racing outside of Europe presents logistical challenges for the WEC teams
– Stefan Mücke warms up for Mexico in a classic Ford Capri RS3100 race car!

The 2016 FIA World Endurance Championship goes global this weekend as the teams head outside of Europe for the first of the ‘flyaway’ races.

Saturday’s ‘6 Hours of Mexico’ takes place at the revamped Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in the heart of Mexico City and promises to provide the thrills and spills of a WEC event for motorsport fans who so enjoyed Formula 1’s return to Mexico at the same circuit last year. Read More »