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This is from memory, of my involvement in formula E in the preparations for the first racing series. I was not directly involved with the FIA rule setting so may not be 100% accurate, but.... Formula E was from its inception, a racing series based in city centres with the audience in close proximity. The speed limit was in part to allow the track designers ...


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The only time pole positions are counted in a driver's statistics in F1 are when they are officially classified in the race starting grid on pole position. One good example would be Michael Schumacher, who, in Monaco 2012, despite qualifying on pole, started 6th after his 5-place grid penalty from crashing with Sergio Perez in Catalunya was served. Mark ...


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I see nothing that suggests that the battery itself is measured. Instead, I would presume that the energy flow is measured directly (rather like the power meter into a house). From the 2017-2018 Formula E regulations: 7.6 The amount of energy that can be delivered to the MGUs by the RESS is limited to 28 kWh. Braking regeneration will be added ...


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After searching in many website for the answer of this question there is no data that shows percentage energy usage from recovered powered vs the total energy used. In a website fuel-efficient-vehicles.org this one line states : Formula E car maximum power output will be 200kW equating to 270 horsepower and the vehicle will have a max regenerative ...


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For Formula 1 (AFAIK) - the pole doesn't count or any qualifying position. Actually doesn't matter if its qualifying or the main race. Any penalties (e.g. time penalty applied after the race) can drop a drivers grid/race position. Can find more in the FIA regulations http://www.fia.com/regulations/regulation/fia-formula-one-world-championship-110


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