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Formula E boss: "We have exclusive rights until 2039"

After Jean-Eric Vergne's earlier comments about a potential merger with Formula 1, Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag has come out to explain FE has exclusive rights from the FIA to electric motor racing for the next two decades. The idea of having Formula 1 also be fully electric in the future has been floated around a few times by the likes of Ross Brawn, but Agag was quick to burst that bubble, at least for the coming two decades. "Ross said that Formula 1 could go electric in 10 years – and basically, they can’t," the Spaniard told Motorsport.com. "Formula E has an exclusive licence with the FIA for 25 seasons, and we’ve only done four. So the...
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