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.
TRACK FACTS BERN.
2.750 km. Anticlockwise.
and 6 right handers. Slowest corner: underneath 50 km/h. Fastest
corner: approx. 90 km/h.
Probably unequivocally uneven, swapping surfaces.
Leaves might make a lane sleazy and be a waste for
subordinate organisation 1.
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.
to be high. Narrow chicanes and prolonged straights meant lots of
interlude and starting on a track.
ATTACK MODE is activated on a straight. This
means there will be frequency any time loss.
prolonged and narrow.
Risk of crashes
Very high due to a narrow, perfectionist track.
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 https://fanboost.fiaformulae.com/,
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”.