Having roared at Le Mans and whimpered in F1, Jaguar Racing is back in motorsport to take on the electrified challenge of Formula E
We all know that most electric cars don’t go very far on a charge, need too much socket time to get going again and usually cost too much to buy.
So what better way to develop the somewhat impractical innards of electric cars than to subject them to the hothouse of highly competitive motorsport? There’s nothing like harnessing the urge to get ahead to spur development, especially when money and milliseconds are involved.
That’s part of the lure for …read more