Why Formula E had to adapt or die

Why Formula E had to adapt or die

Formula E staying single-make for longer than planned frustrated some, but SCOTT MITCHELL found a paddock unified in its backing for a 'flexible' approach to the series' headline goals

It was easy to feel frustrated by the FIA's announcement that Formula E will remain single-make, in terms of chassis and battery, beyond season five.

This championship is supposed to be a testbed for electric-vehicle technology, and all that seems to have happened of late is the downscaling of season-by-season power and energy targets and the postponement of more open competition.

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