Coming off the back of his second podium finish in Formula E, Edoardo Mortara and the Venturi Formula E Team head to Hong Kong hoping to make amends for the potential win that slipped through their fingers last season. This was after the Swiss-Italian racer span on the final lap of the race, meaning he ultimately had to settle for second. But coming off a duo of top five finishes in the 2018-19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, Mortara is a man on form right now. The 2019 Hong Kong ePrix takes place on 10 March around the 1.860 km racetrack between Victoria Bay and the skyscraper-studded Hong Kong skyline and is the shortest circuit of the championship around the tight and twisty venue which has seen its fair share of drama in the past few seasons. With the Hong Kong circuit one of the more difficult tracks to overtake on, qualifying will be crucial this weekend. As this track has historically had a huge amount of track evolution , the Venturi drivers set to run in the later groups could find themselves in prime positions for a good result this weekend. After racking up two solid results in Santiago… Read full this story
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