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Formula E strikes big blow by bringing in Maserati

Starting in 2023, Formula E welcomes a big name in the sport. The Italian brand will thus participate in a 'single-seater' racing class for the first time in 66 years. With an Italian flag on its predominantly purple livery, Maserati's return to motorsport is now official. The Italian brand will be seen in Formula E starting in 2023 and will enter into a partnership with DS Automobiles. According to The Race the legendary brand will also continue to use that powertrain. Read more Rosberg notes: 'Hamilton should have let Verstappen past there' Maserati to Formula E Maserati will enter in 2023 when the new Gen3 cars appear in FE. Maserati will not yet develop its own powertrain, but this is...
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