• Porsche sets sights on points and podiums at the Berlin season finale
    The long-awaited finale of the 2019/2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship is just a few days away. After five months without racing, the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team is highly motivated ahead of its trip to Berlin-Tempelhof (DE), where six races between 5th and 13th August will decide the outcome of the Team and Driver Championships. There are still plenty of points up for grabs for André Lotterer (DE) and Neel Jani (CH).
  • Neel Jani’s Formula E Season Set to Resume with Six-Race Berlin Showdown
    Neel and his TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team are set to resume racing in August at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, where the ABB Formula E series returns to complete six races in nine days to decide who will win the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
  • Jani Recoups Five Places After Grid Penalty in Marrakesh
    Neel Jani took the chequered flag in 18th place for the fifth race of the 2019/2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship in Marrakesh, Morrocco on Saturday. He had started the race 23rd after his qualifying lap time was stricken for a technical infringement penalty caused by software. The Swiss was able to claw back five places during the E-Prix despite enduring brake issues all day and in a race that saw only one DNF, a seldom occurrence in Formula E.  
  • Neel Finishes Mexico City in 14th Place and Brings Home Valuable Race Data
    Neel Jani brought his #18 Porsche 99X Electric home in 14th place in Saturday’s Mexico City E-Prix, gaining valuable race experience for himself and delivering his rookie team priceless race data. The Swiss driver had secured 14th position on the grid in qualifying and was able to move up one place in the opening phase, before dropping back to 19th after having to serve a drive-through penalty for a technical rule violation caused by a software glitch.
  • TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team out of luck at the race in Chile
    After a strong podium finish at the season-opener in Diriyah (Saudi Arabia), the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team was denied a further top result in the third race of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship 2019/2020 season in Santiago (Chile)
  • Spider in the Computer Network
    The Porsche racing simulator is one of the most up to date in the world. That’s where factory driver Neel Jani practices the energy management so critical in Formula E.... Click to read more
  • Encouraging Start to ABB FIA Formula E Season 6
     It has been an encouraging start to the season for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team in the 2019/2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. At the Diriyah E-Prix Race 1 in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). “We are up with the frontrunners; the pace is there. We can build on that,” explained Michael Steiner, Member of the Executive Board for Research and Development Porsche AG.
  • The Porsche 99X Electric enters its maiden Formula E season
    With the international premiere of the Porsche 99X Electric, Porsche has reached another milestone on the way to the works entry in the 2019/2020 season of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. The digital community was actively involved in the unveiling of the car as part of the live video game ‘Formula E Unlocked’ on twitch.tv/Porsche.
  • André Lotterer joins Neel as the second driver in the Porsche Formula E Team
    Neel Jani and André Lotterer will be the regular drivers for the Porsche works team’s maiden season in Formula E.