Former F1 hotshoes Jarno Trulli and Nick Heidfeld are the latest big-name drivers to sign on for the all-electric Formula E series that kicks off later this year.
The two aces bring the total up to 40 drivers competing this season, which opens September 13 in Beijing. The depth of talent underscores just how seriously the drivers, and the 10 teams competing in Formula E, are taking the series and the effort the FIA is putting into making it succeed.
“Formula E is a really exciting project and a really big innovation in motor racing,” says Sebastien Bourdais, who has competed in Champ Car, F1 and Le Mans. “You don’t get to be a part of such technological advances very often in a career.”
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