Formula E, an all-electric, zero-emission motor-racing world championship, has been making big waves in the motorsport world recently. Launched in 2012 in the face of widespread scepticism, the series has been steadily gaining in credibility and has managed to bag some high profile partners including such storied motor-racing names as McLaren, Williams, Renault and Michelin.
Set to flag off in September 2014, the new series already boasts a full grid of teams and a healthy calendar of ten races.
Here we speak to Alejandro Agag, CEO of Formula E Holdings and the man who has been working tirelessly for over a year to prove the sceptics wrong and make this revolutionary motor-racing...
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