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Track contribution and pivotal factors: a BMW i Andretti Motorsport preview for a Julius Baer Swiss E-Prix.

Munich. This entrance weekend, a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship will be in Bern (SUI) for a initial time, for the
eleventh competition of a season. Our preview provides we with a most
significance contribution about a circuit and a pivotal factors for a
successful Julius Baer Swiss E-Prix.



Circuit length

2.750 km. Anticlockwise.


8 left
and 6 right handers. Slowest corner: underneath 50 km/h. Fastest
corner: approx. 90 km/h.

Track surface

Probably unequivocally uneven, swapping surfaces.

Grip level

Leaves might make a lane sleazy and be a waste for
subordinate organisation 1.

Circuit layout

Very demanding. Relatively high average
speed. Therefore, comparatively high appetite consumption. Great
differences in altitude (up to 50 metres). Relatively high
tip speed on a downhill domain (approx. 225 km/h). Several
straights, though a unequivocally slight lane make overtaking unequivocally difficult.

Tyre wear

to be high. Narrow chicanes and prolonged straights meant lots of
interlude and starting on a track.

Attack Zone

ATTACK MODE is activated on a straight. This
means there will be frequency any time loss.

Pit lane

prolonged and narrow.

Risk of crashes

Very high due to a narrow, perfectionist track.

Key factors

starting position, good potency of expostulate train, good and
accurate appetite management.


Quotes forward of a Julius Baer Swiss E-Prix:


Roger Griffiths (Team Principal BMW i Andretti Motorsport):

“Bern as a venue is uncharted domain for any Formula E team. In
a initial instance, this poses organisational and logistical
hurdles for us given we need to get to grips with a new
environment. From a racing viewpoint we have some make-believe data,
though will usually unequivocally be means to tell what is in store once we get
there. This is good news for Alexander Sims, given as a Formula E
rookie this time he will be starting a competition weekend on accurately the
same basement as his gifted rivals. We wish that a lane will suit
us and that we can finish a European deteriorate on a high.”


Alexander Sims (#27 BMW iFE.18):

“It feels good to be entrance to Bern with a tip 10 outcome in Berlin
underneath my belt. The circuit there will be new for everybody, so we are
all starting underneath a same conditions. The idea contingency be to get used
to a conditions as fast as probable and to have a high learning
curve. At initial glance, a lane looks unequivocally parsimonious and has copiousness of
climbs and descents. It is unequivocally opposite to a circuit in Berlin. I
am vehement about a plea as Formula E provides new surprises
from competition to race.”


António Félix da Costa (#28 BMW iFE.18):

“Bern is a final competition before a grand deteriorate culmination in New York.
Looking during a championship, it is generally critical to record a
good outcome there and hopefully be concerned in a conflict for a win.
The circuit looks unequivocally sparkling though we will usually get a genuine feeling
for it when we are there, as nothing of us have driven in Bern before.
Switzerland was a good horde final year, so we am unequivocally looking forward
to a race.”


The FANBOOST vote.

FANBOOST gives Formula E fans a event to opinion for their
favourite motorist and endowment them an additional boost of appetite during the
race. The 5 drivers with a many FANBOOST votes are awarded a
poignant detonate of power, that they can muster in a five-second
window during a second half of a race. Fans can opinion for their
favourite motorist in a 6 days before to, and heading adult to 15
mins into, any race. Each fan can opinion once per day. There are
3 ways to vote: Online during,
around a central Formula E App or on Twitter regulating a hashtag
#FANBOOST and a drivers initial and final name as a one-word hashtag.


Hashtags of a BMW i Andretti Motorsport drivers:




The BMW i Fleet

BMW i is “Official Vehicle Partner” of a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship in Season 5. Spearheading a swift are dual Safety Cars:
The BMW i8 Roadster Safety Car (combined fuel consumption: 2.0 l/100
km; total appetite consumption: 14.5 kWh/100 km; total CO2
emissions: 46 g/km)*, that has been specifically mutated for use during the
racetrack, and a BMW i8 Coupé Safety Car (combined fuel consumption:
1.8 l/100 km; total appetite consumption: 14.0 kWh/100 km; combined
CO2 emissions: 42 g/km)*. The BMW i swift also includes a BMW i3s
(combined fuel consumption: 0.0 l/100 km; total appetite consumption:
14.3 kWh; total CO2 emissions: 0 g/km)* as “Race
Director Car” and a BMW 530e (combined fuel consumption: 2.2-2.1
l/100 km; total appetite consumption: 13.6-13.3 kWh/100 km; combined
CO2 emissions: 49-47 g/km)* in the purpose as “Medical Car”.