Your home for everything stock car racing continues to add other forms of motorsports coverage in 2022. From renewal of our IndyCar platform and the addition of NHRA coverage, Racing Refresh has prided itself in not being locked down to only one great form of high-speed news and entertainment.
We are please to announce today that our media credential for the Formula E has been approved, matching our commitment to learning about fuel alternatives and automotive engineering. We will be adding recurring content such as race reviews and results and much more in the coming months.
"'I'm thrilled to include additional racing whenever we can here at Racing Refresh, but this one only emphasizes to the fans and partners that work with us that we are in fact, the real deal. It will be exciting to see if North America can claim another race our two in 2023, and to really invest more into this growing sport that is approaching its tenth season.
Senior Open Wheel writer Collin Best is known for his coverages of formula style racing, having prepared fans the last few years for events such as Monaco, The Indianapolis 500, and recently in America, the Miami Grand Prix. He will headline Racing Refresh's content. Additional comments to follow. "When the formula E World championship series was announced, it was a huge step in the promise of the engineering and technological advancements that the FIA announced when the turbo hybrid era came to Formula 1. Formula E hosts One of the most diverse driving lineups in all of sports and its schedule is unprecedented in the places it has gone. From the hallowed grounds of the Monaco Street course to Brooklyn, New York, Formula E continues to push new boundaries in motorsports. I am glad that Racing Refresh will be covering the series to add more to it's open-wheel racing coverage."
Formula E Racing continues July 2nd from Marrakesh followed by a double header in the United States in New York on July 16th and 17th.