Formula E: the future is electric

Formula E: the future is electric

Formula E unveiled its car this week, taking another step that brings the championship closer to reality. DIETER RENCKEN talked to series boss Alejandro Agag about its development and plans for the future

Over lunch immediately after the launch of his brainchild on Tuesday at the Frankfurt Motorshow, Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag is in jaunty mood, taking jibes from our three table companions in good spirits.

As we await tempura prawns and sushi, racing is momentarily on hold as we discuss Spain's latest disappointment - Madrid's failure to clinch the 2020 Olympics - then talk again turns to the world's latest international racing series.

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