The third season of the FIA’s Formula E World Championship saw the introduction of a new manufacturer in the form of Jaguar, and while the entrance of a world-class brand captured the intrigue of many within the championship, not everything went as smooth as originally planned.
After being forced to sit out for the majority of the 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series season due to injury, Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais proved he hasn’t lost his touch and recorded a top-10 result in his comeback race Saturday night at Gateway Motorsports Park.
Team Penske driver Will Power claimed his 32nd-career Indy car victory in a frantic and chaotic ABC Supply 500 at Pocono on Sunday, rallying from a broken front wing that left him a lap down to celebrate in victory lane at day’s end.
Abt Schaeffler Audi Sport driver Lucas di Grassi drove a conservative race on the streets of Montreal to claim his first Formula E world championship, as title rival Sebastien Buemi’s title hopes dramatically unraveled.
Brazil’s Lucas di Grassi put on a commanding show Saturday and proved that he is still in the hunt for the Formula E World Championship, taking the win in the inaugural Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix.