The pioneer's successor charged with making FE grow up

The pioneer's successor charged with making FE grow up

There's been a change on high at Formula E ahead of 2019/20, with ex-Manchester United and Los Angeles Rams executive Jamie Reigle becoming Alejandro Agag's successor as CEO. Autosport sat down for a world-first interview with the new boss

Jean Todt is very fond of calling Formula E the FIA's "baby".

You can see why - the series is young, loud in its own way, and in need of protection. It's also a handy way for the governing body to deflect comparisons between Formula 1 and the electric single-seater championship.

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