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Mortara (Venturi/Michelin) takes Marrakech win

Saturday’s Marrakech E-Prix was won by Edoardo Mortara after an assertive display that was aided by the consistency and longevity of his MICHELIN Pilot Sport EV tires. The Venturi/Michelin driver was joined on the podium by Antonio Felix da Costa (DS Techeetah/Michelin) and Mitch Evans (Jaguar/Michelin).

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A second covers Jakarta top-three!

The first-ever Jakarta E-Prix’s podium finishers Mitch Evans, Jean-Eric Vergne and Edoardo Mortara representing three different MICHELIN Pilot Sport EV-equipped constructors (Jaguar, DS and Venturi) were split by less than a second at the checkered flag in Indonesia!

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Cassidy and Da Costa on top in the Big Apple

The MICHELIN Pilot Sport EV helped Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing) and Antonio Felix da Costa (DS Techeetah) to claim the season’s two New York City E-Prix in mixed weather.


Michelin’s bespoke tire for the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship’s electric single-seaters had to cope with a grueling cocktail of dust, heat and rain in Brooklyn, New York City, USA, home of the competition’s 11th and 12th rounds.

Wet weather troubled early free practice but made way for dry, dusty conditions for Race 1 which saw the MICHELIN Pilot Sport EV provide the drivers with the grip and consistency they needed to push hard around the notoriously bumpy circuit.

Ten minutes from the end, however, a sudden heavy shower caught out the afternoon’s front-runners – Cassidy, Lucas di Grassi (RoKit Venturi Racing) and Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes EQ FE Team) – under braking for Turn 6, in addition to causing a number of tangles in the chasing pack. The action was immediately halted, handing Cassidy his maiden Formula E victory, since the classification was based on the order before the red flag was shown.

The next day, the Envision Racing star claimed his second pole position of the weekend but was handed a 30-place grid penalty which allowed da Costa to head the field away for sunny Race 2. The Portuguese driver successfully warded off pressure from Vandoorne and Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) to earn DS Techeetah’s first win of the campaign.

Sunday’s e-prix produced plenty of exciting racing and passing attempts, as well as a late collision involving Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah) and di Grassi.

Vandoorne and his team Mercedes EQ FE Team top the provisional leaderboard ahead of the next two races in London, United Kingdom, on July 30-31.

New York City E-Prix 1 – Final positions:

  1. Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing), 29 laps
  2. Lucas di Grassi (RoKit Venturi Racing), +1.123s
  3. Robin Frijns (Envision Racing), +1.671s
  4. Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes EQ FE Team),+3.693s
  5. Sébastien Buemi (Nissan e.dams), +5.570s


New York City E-Prix 2 – Final positions:

  1. Antonio Felix da Costa (DS Techeetah), 39 laps
  2. Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes EQ FE Team), +0.929s
  3. Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing), +3.524s
  4. Alexander Sims (Mahindra Racing), +3.631s
  5. Sam Bird (Jaguar TCS Racing), +4.412s



Alpine and Michelin victorious at Monza

Bouncing back from a challenging Le Mans 24 Hours, the Michelin-shod Alpine A480 shared by Nicolas Lapierre, Matthieu Vaxivière and André Negrão returned to its winning ways at the 6 Hours of Monza today (July 10). The French outfit beat the two similarly-tired Toyota GR010 Hybrid entries to the top step of the podium. On its eagerly-anticipated return to endurance racing, Peugeot showcased its potential on Michelin rubber. The N°64 Michelin-equipped Corvette prevailed in LMGTE Pro, with the N°77 Michelin-tired Porsche taking top spot in LMGTE Am.

Michelin’s sustainable racing tire makes Goodwood appearance

After attending early-June’s Le Mans 24 Hours, Michelin’s new racing tire made from 53 percent sustainable materials was out again at the Goodwood Festival of Speed (June 23-26) on both the fuel-cell electric H24 prototype and the Porsche GT4 ePerformance which was making its maiden public airing.


MotoGP™: more Michelin records tumble as Bagnaia wins at Assen

Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo Team) returned to his winning ways with victory at the Motul TT Assen, Round 11 of the 2022 MotoGPTM World Championship. Second and third were Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46 Racing Team) and Maverick Viñales (Aprilia Racing) who made it three different bikemakers and the same number of MICHELIN Power Slicks pairings on the podium. The French tires reveled in the weekend’s changeable conditions to establish new track-lap, race-lap and shortest-distance benchmarks for the Dutch venue.  


MotoGP™: Quartararo’s Germany tire gamble pays dividends!

Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP) claimed his second MotoGPTM victory in a row when the 2022 World Championship traveled to the Sachsenring for Round 10 – the Liqui Moly Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland. The defending champion’s decision to run the medium MICHELIN Power Slick at the rear in spite of the hot weather paid off handsomely, helping him to finish five seconds clear of Johann Zarco (2nd, Prima Pramac Racing) and Jack Miller (3rd, Ducati Lenovo Team).  

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