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Porsche 99X Formula E

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greg_harm PCGB Member
2019/10/21 17:17:08 (permalink)

Porsche 99X Formula E

I’m sure it won't have escaped many of our keen motorsport enthusiasts notice, that the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team has just completed three difficult days of testing at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo near Valencia.
The works team and its two regular drivers, Neel Jani and André Lotterer, gained valuable experience, for the first time on track with all the other teams competing in Season 6 of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
The new car looks awesome, I know Formula E, is not for everyone but if just a small part of this stunning car's new technology makes it back into our road cars I for one as a Hybrid driver, really can't wait.

2015 Cayenne SE Hybrid
2005 Boxster S Black
2001 911 996 C2
1991 944 Turbo Cabriolet Alpine White
1984 924 white ...19th-22nd April 2013 Panamera
1992 968 Coupe Tiptronic Midnight Blue
2003 Boxster 2.7
2004 Boxster 3.2 Anniversary(279 > max. 255)

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Re: Porsche 99X Formula E 2019/11/01 15:24:49 (permalink)
I'm up for watching some of these races live. I'll keep an eye on the dates
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Re: Porsche 99X Formula E 2019/11/21 18:06:37 (permalink)
I might be up for a bit of that Kenny boy, please keep us informed if you do decide to go for it, have Porsche will travel. 

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