21 August 2020 – After a five-month hiatus, the 2019–2020 Formula E championship is back on track at Berlin’s Tempelhof on 5 August. The sub-station competition under this special background adopted three different track layouts and held three groups of six games in a row. GEOX DRAGON, sponsored by Mouser Electronics, has been looking forward to returning to the track for a long time, and has arranged for a new driver to appear in the season finale.
Mouser teamed up with TTI, Inc and key suppliers Molex and AVX to sponsor the all-electric racing team “GEOX Dragons” throughout the 2019–2020 ABB FIA Formula E Championship. This is the sixth consecutive year that Mouser and Molex have sponsored the Formula E championship.
In these six final battles, the team sent newcomer Sérgio Sette Câmara to replace Brendon Hartley in the No. 6 car. Sette Câmara, originally the team’s reserve and test driver, finished second in the rookie test at Marrakech. The No. 7 car is still driven by Nico Müller.
This season in Berlin consists of six races held in nine days, for which the Tempelhof Airport circuit has been transformed into three different track styles, including a new reverse track layout and a more compact and challenging than the regular Berlin station. The layout of the driving technique. The first group of races held on August 5th and 6th adopted the reverse track layout, which was the first time that the existing track was used reversely in the international racing championship. The second group on August 8th and 9th adopted the standard layout of the Berlin event, while the final group on August 12th and 13th changed the standard layout to a more demanding and more compact version.
Todd McAtee, vice president of business development for the Americas at Mouser Electronics, said: “This season is one to remember for the incredible challenges the team has overcome throughout the season. We have our full support for this talented team as they compete in Berlin. Cheers to the last six games.”
Mike Morton, COO of TTI, said: “We are thrilled that the Formula E championship has restarted in such an exciting way. This time the schedule will undoubtedly be difficult and we will give our full support to Sette Câmara and Müller!”
“Molex is delighted to see the Formula E championship season come to an end in such an innovative way,” said Fred Bell, vice president of global distribution at Molex. “Since the event began, Mouser and Molex have not stopped supporting the teams competing in the Formula E championship. Sponsorship. We wish the team the best of luck in this battle for Berlin.”
Alex Schenkel, AVX Senior Vice President of Global Sales, said: “The entire AVX team is delighted to have the Formula E season restarted. We are thrilled to see skilled drivers returning to the track.”
The racing cars used in the Formula E Championship are pure electric vehicles, representing the future vision of the racing industry and providing the framework for the research and development of zero-emission vehicles. The Gen2 car has taken a big step forward in electric racing technology, with a maximum power of 250kW and a speed of up to 280km/h. Racing is all about speed and endurance, and Mouser is showing the world the cutting-edge technology of its performance-oriented business model and its manufacturer partners through racing sponsorships as an innovative way.