Swiss Racing: Raring to Go

In 2015, Switzerland overturned a 60-year ban on circuit racing. Ever since then, the country has led the way in the exciting world of automobile racing.

In 2018, Zurich hosted the Formula E Championship, claiming its rightful place once again on the international car-racing map.

This blog covers everything related to Swiss racing, from upcoming races and prominent drivers to the latest innovations in race-car engineering. Here, readers can stay informed about the latest Swiss racing news and schedules.

Fans of the sport should bookmark this page so as not to miss any breaking developments in the thrilling world of Swiss racing.

Ecology: Is Formula 1 Better Than Formula E?

27 Sep 2020

Safety car

Can Formula E advance the interest in electrical machines? Formula 1 is known to everyone, but criticised by ecologists because of pollution. Formula E has many advantages, and ecologists are proud of it, but true purists criticise its slowness. Will it be possible to change the trend?

Le Mans Disaster

30 Aug 2020

The Le Mans disaster was a tragedy resulting in the death of 83 people in June 1955, occurring at the Circuit de la Sarthe in France. It was so tragic that Mercedes Benz retired from motor racing until 1989. Motor racing was banned as a result but is now permitted again in Switzerland.

Zurich ePrix

30 Jul 2020

The Zürich ePrix was a race for single-seat electric-powered cars held in Switzerland. The period 2017 to 2018 was the first season of racing since the country banned racing in 1955 after the Le Mans tragedy. The ePrix attracted a lot of attention from electric car manufacturers looking to make a name in the sport.

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