When he was kicked out of Formula 1 in 2014, the Frenchman was devastated. In the meantime he has made his way in Formula E and was even a partner in the Techeetah team at one point. “It feels good to be in Formula E,” he emphasizes. “We are ambassadors of e-mobility. By driving in the heart of the cities, we show that you can now do a lot with electric cars – including driving to work and even covering long distances. We don’t just race, we promote a new kind of mobility. This is important because it is the future.”
It can be seen at the weekend at Tempelhofer Feld and live on ProSieben from 2.30 p.m.