By Editorial Staff The inaugural Hydro-Quebec Montreal ePrix brings the curtain down on the 2016/17 Formula E season.
The third instalment of the all-electric street racing series brought about the arrival of two new teams and a host of new tracks and drivers, but heading onto the finishing straight it’s two of the series’ most experienced drivers and two of its stalwart teams that are advancing towards the silverware.
The tone was set in the season opener in Hong Kong. The race was won by Renault e.dams’s defending champion Sebastien Buemi, while despite having to pit for a new nose following a first-lap crash, the
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