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Katherine Legge, the first female driver, makes her Formula E debut


Motor sports have always been dominated by males, fortunately something is changing and the waters of thefemale empire they start to move: afterSusi Wolffon track in Formula 1 with the team Williams Martini Racing, 33-year-old British Katherine Legge is the first female driver of the newFormula E. Atphotos of the Formula E drivers the face of Katherine Legge is added.

ThereFormula E, world championship of electric cars, counts a female share among its pilots. Her name is Katherine Legge and she will compete with the Amlin Agury team, so the Super Agury will be called starting this year. Katherine is notnewon the track:
- participated in the Formula Renault 2.0
- participated in British Formula 3
- his name is one of the Minardi drivers in Formula 1
-winner of three races of theToyota Atlantic Series
participated in the DTM, IndyCar and Champ Car

"For me it is a great opportunity, the car is fantastic, impressive and very fast. Driving on the streets of the best cities in the world will be an incredible experience and I believe it will also be a great opportunity to bring people closer to the world of racing. "

Not only theFormula Eit will be a golden opportunity to bring people closer to the world of motor racing -the races will take place in urban centers, right there, under the eyes of the people!-, it will be above all a moment of information and propaganda to theelectric mobility. Electric cars are famous for their savings and zero emissions, starting with the first championship ofElectric Formula, these cars can also be said to be fast and snappy. After all, an electric motor has one more ace to play: torque! The maximum torque, in an electric motor, is immediately available, you don't have to wait for any number of "rpm / engine ", the maximum power of an electric engine is available from the first acceleration.

There Formula E it is the first world competition where electric cars compete. The competition will attract the interest of a new generation ofpassionate implicitly promoting environmental sustainability. The races will take place in urban circuits in China, Malaysia, Uruguay, Argentina, United States, Munich, Germany and Great Britain (for all events we recommend ourFormula E calendar eyetFormula E calendar and race regulations).


Video: RACER: Katherine Legge on Joining Grace Autosport (October 2020).