Track contribution and pivotal factors: a BMW i Andretti Motorsport preview for a Santiago E-Prix.

Munich. The Santiago E-Prix (CHI) this entrance weekend sees the
initial foe of 2020 in a ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Alexander
Sims (GBR) heads to Chile during a tip of a driver’s standings after
his win and dual stick positions in Diriyah (KSA). Our preview
provides we with a many critical contribution about a new circuit and
a pivotal factors for a successful Santiago E-Prix.


You can entrance a BMW i Motorsport Media Guide for Season 6 here: It
contains minute information on a record of a BMW i
drivetrain and a BMW iFE.20, as good as credentials on a technology
send between motorsport and prolongation development, on a BMW i
Andretti Motorsport organisation and a drivers.




Circuit length

2.287 km. Anti-clockwise.


11 turns, 8
left and 3 right. Changes to Season 5: T1 goes left now
instead of right, no equivocation between T7 and T8, so the
territory is many faster now, territory between T9 and T11 has
altered completely.

Track surface

rough between T9 and T1. New and some-more feverishness resistant tarmac
between T2 and T8.

Grip level

between T2 and T8. Very low between T9 and T1. Leaves from
a trees can make a line sleazy generally in
subordinate – waste for organisation 1.

Circuit layout

Almost a new line due to all a layout
changes. Section between T1 and T7 technically very
demanding, requires a really good front spindle set-up. Two good
overtaking opportunities during T1 and T9.

Tyre wear

high, generally a right behind tyre.

Top speed

230 km/h forward of T9.

Attack Zone

MODE is activated during a outward of T3.

Pit lane

position compared to deteriorate 5.

Risk of crashes

High, generally in sections 1 and 3.

Key factors

Qualifying group. Energy and temperature
government in a heat. Tyre wear.


Quotes forward of a Santiago E-Prix:


Roger Griffiths (Team Principal BMW i Andretti Motorsport):

“The year finished on an apparent certain note with a win in Diriyah
for Alexander and so a whole organisation is penetrating to uncover that this was not
usually a one off and is looking for some-more success as we conduct to South
America. While we are returning to a same venue as final season, the
line itself has undergone many changes; from a comprehensive
resurfacing to residence a tarmac issues from final year, to a change
in a blueprint to accommodate a new array lane, all of that will mean
some-more hurdles for a engineering organisation and a drivers alike. While
everybody enjoyed a well-deserved break, it didn’t meant that a work
stopped after a final round. Not usually did we all take a prolonged hard
demeanour during what led to a success in Diriyah, we also looked during areas we
could urge on as we entirely design a foe to come back
clever in a New Year. Alexander is on a hurl with his stick position
method and will be looking to uncover his gait once more, although
carrying to validate in organisation 1 will be a special plea for him. Max
will be anticipating to put a beating of a final foe behind him
and be aiming for a clever finish in his possess right.”


Alexander Sims (#27 BMW iFE.20):

“The mangle after Diriyah did me a lot of good and we feel refreshed
going into a foe in Santiago and prepared for a challenge. Obviously
we am not streamer to Santiago meditative that we will automatically get
stick position and a win again, though we am desirous adequate to set my
sights on removing another win. The BMW i Andretti Motorsport Team was
clever in both Diriyah and Santiago in Season 5. we wish we conduct the
same again this time. All of a drivers will have to internalise the
new line blueprint first. The training in a simulator has already
helped me a lot with this. The fact that we will have to contest in
subordinate organisation 1 for a initial time is a challenge, though we wish that
we will cope good and will be means to get another clever result.”


Maximilian Günther (#28 BMW iFE.20):

“After a prolonged mangle we have some-more than usually recharged my batteries,
and we can frequency wait to get behind on a track. we had a lot of fun in
Santiago final deteriorate and we wish that a new blueprint of a line will
be usually as cold to expostulate on. we was really gratified with my opening in
a second foe in Diriyah in particular. My gait was promising, even
if we didn’t collect adult any points in a end. This gives us all even
some-more proclivity to be even improved in Santiago. The chemistry in the
organisation is brilliant. we feel really during home.”


The FANBOOST vote.

FANBOOST gives Formula E fans a event to opinion for their
favourite motorist and endowment them an additional boost of appetite during the
race. The 5 drivers with a many FANBOOST votes accept an extra
100 kJ of power, that they can make use of during a brief time frame
in a second half of a race. Fans can opinion for their favourite
motorist in a 6 days before to, and heading adult to 15 mins into,
any race. Each fan can opinion once per day. There are 3 ways to
vote: Online during,
around a central Formula E App or on Twitter regulating a hashtag
#FANBOOST and a drivers initial and final name as a one-word hashtag.


Hashtags of a BMW i Andretti Motorsport drivers:




The BMW i Safety Cars.

BMW i is “Official Vehicle Partner” of a ABB FIA Formula E
Championship in Season 6. Spearheading a swift are dual Safety Cars:
The BMW i8 Roadster Safety Car (combined fuel consumption: 2.0 l/100
km; total appetite consumption: 14.5 kWh/100 km; total CO2
emissions: 46 g/km)*, that has been specifically mutated for use during the
racetrack, and a BMW i8 Coupé Safety Car (combined fuel consumption:
1.8 l/100 km; total appetite consumption: 14.0 kWh/100 km; combined
CO2 emissions: 42 g/km)*. The BMW i swift also includes a BMW i3s
(combined fuel consumption: 0.0 l/100 km; total appetite consumption:
14.3 kWh; total CO2 emissions: 0 g/km)* as “Race Director Car” and
a BMW 530e (combined fuel consumption: 2.2-2.1 l/100 km; combined
appetite consumption: 13.6-13.3 kWh/100 km; total CO2 emissions:
49-47 g/km)* in the purpose as “Medical Car”.