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Formula E gets £40m funding boost

The ten Formula E team principals at the Donnington Park launch of the series on Thursday Getty Images Enlarge Related Links News: Ex-F1 drivers register Formula E interest The Pits: DiCaprio enters Formula E team Feature: Formula E emerging News: McLaren to power FIA Formula E Championship Formula E, the FIA's new environmentally-friendly alternative to F1, has been handed a further funding boost of 40 million ahead of its inaugural season, according to the Telegraph. The all-electric series, which has teams backed by the likes of Alain Prost, Richard Branson and even actor Leonardo DiCaprio, kicks off at the 'Bird's Nest' Olympic Stadium in Beijing on September 13, part of a 10-race...
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