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Sims to remain with BMW for season 6

BMW i Andretti announced this afternoon that Alexander Sims will continue with the team for season 6 of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Alexander Sims joined the BMW i Andretti team last season and helped to secure a series high of 6th place in the Teams' Championship. During his rookie season the Brit scored points in five races, the most successful of these being at the final weekend of the season in New York where he converted his first pole position to his debut podium appearance of second place during Sunday's race. In the press release Sims said that he is hoping to build on what he has learnt so far and that it will translate to good results for the team. “I learned so much in...
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