Formula E Unplugged Reveals Intense Title Chase, Driver Rivalries, and Tech Triumphs

UNITED KINGDOM: In a thrilling conclusion to Season 9, Jake Dennis of Andretti Formula E emerged as the Drivers’ champion in a heart-stopping showdown, capping off a season filled with epic battles against rivals Pascal Wehrlein (Porsche), Mitch Evans (Jaguar), and the eventual runner-up Nick Cassidy (Envision). The drama unfolded on the final weekend, leaving fans on the edge of their seats as Cassidy’s team secured the Teams’ title in a nail-biting final race.

The upcoming ‘Unplugged’ series, set to premiere on January 2, 2024, promises to take viewers deeper into the heart of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship’s most competitive and dramatic year to date. With a raw and unscripted perspective, the series captures the intensity, passion, and raw emotion that make Formula E a spectacle unlike any other.

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The 16-race odyssey took Formula E from the sun-drenched streets of Mexico City to the iconic corners of Monaco, showcasing the thrilling and unpredictable nature of the championship. Season 9 marked the return of legendary names like Maserati, making a single-seater comeback after six decades, alongside giants like McLaren, Porsche, Jaguar, Nissan, and Mahindra.

While Jake Dennis’s maiden championship is a story for the ages, ‘Unplugged’ delves even deeper, highlighting the incredible technological leaps of Formula E. Viewers will witness the debut of the GEN3, hailed as the fastest, lightest, and most powerful electric race car ever built. Notably, NEOM McLaren’s Jake Hughes shattered the indoor vehicle speed record, earning a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ in the process.

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The series will consist of 10 episodes optimized for YouTube, featuring a mix of fifteen-minute and eight-minute episodes. ‘Unplugged’ will also be available in select territories via Formula E’s media partners across 8 episodes. Tune in globally on YouTube or catch it in specific regions: Pan Europe via Eurosport Player/Discovery +, UK through TNT Sports, US on Roku, and Brazil on Bandeirantes.

Whether you’re a die-hard Formula E fan or a curious newcomer, Season 3 of ‘Unplugged’ is sure to leave you breathless. So, mark your calendars for January 2nd and prepare to be plugged into the future of racing.

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As a bonus, Season 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is set to kick off on Saturday, January 13, 2024, with the Hankook Mexico City E-Prix. Racing enthusiasts can click here to check out the 2024 Calendar for ABB FIA Formula E World Championships. The stage is set for another season of electrifying action, innovation, and intense competition.

Also Read: Aston Martin’s 2022 Financial Report: High Turnover but Profits Dip in Formula One


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