The '7 magnificent' seek partner or break the tie in Paris

The eighth appointment of the calendar arrives with the uncertainty in the general and the doubt on if the hex will be broken to see a winner repeat triumph.

Ad Diriyah, Marrakech, Santiago de Chile, Mexico City, Hong Kong, Sanya, Rome. Seven ePrix with seven different winners of seven nationalities and seven different teams ... and seven nationalities. The immaculate streak has an important challenge in Paris, host on Saturday (4:00 pm on of the eighth race of the fifth season of Formula E. The Portuguese Da Costa (BMW), the Belgian D'Ambrosio (Mahindra), the British Bird (Virgin), the Brazilian Di Grassi (Audi), the Italian Mortara (Venturi), the Frenchman Vergne (Techeetah) and New Zealander Evans (Jaguar) are ready to break the spell that haunts the winners and, by the way, give a blow on the table of a general classification that has a whopping nine drivers in thirteen points .. And with four in fourteen points in the team.

Equality reigns in the FIA electrical contest and not only for the distribution of wins, which could still increase considering that Buemi, Lotterer, Wehrlein or Frijns have not yet won, since tam we have seen seven different poleman and no less than 13 riders already know what it is to step on the podium this year. Again full is expected in the stands of the City of Light and also on the starting grid as the be the appointment of the FIA house there will be 'overbooking' of guests and personalities related to motoring.

Among the novelties highlights the expected presence of the young German Gunther who will follow the wheel of the GEOX Dragon instead of the Brazilian Felipe Nasr, who wants Focus on your leadership in the IMSA. On the other hand, the Formula E receives a new and prestigious international firm as a sponsor since Harley Davidson gets on the electric train and will be already from Paris in the cars of the Virgin team of Bird and Frijns. "Electric vehicles are at the forefront of global mobility talks and that future is happening now," says Marc McAllister, vice president of planning and products for the Milwaukee-based firm.

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