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Maserati to race in Formula E next year

The Italian luxury vehicle manufacturer Maserati will end a 66-year factory absence from international single-seater racing by entering the FIA Formula E World Championship in 2023. With motorsport in its genes and rooted in the spirit of pure competition, Maserati is the first Italian brand to compete in Formula E, the company has just announced. The return to the track renews the racing spirit in Maserati’s DNA. The combination of Maserati’s unrivalled racing heritage – a brand intrinsically linked with high-performance, and its innovative attitude towards electrification – aligns perfectly with the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, the world’s first all-electric...
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