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Season 5 is the moment of truth for Formula E

Formula E starts its fifth season next week, braced for a big breakthrough but already looking far down the road to a future when its all-electric cars could rival Formula One machines and race on similar circuits. The futuristic Gen2, or second generation, cars that will debut in Saudi Arabia on Dec. 15 now boast double the battery range. That means drivers can do a full distance without having to pit, jump out and change vehicles midway through a race, as they have had to up to now. 'I think season five is the big season for Formula E,' chief executive Alejandro Agag told Reuters in an interview at his London headquarters. 'Season five is the moment of truth for Formula E. 'Now people...
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