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Maserati commits to Formula E for 2023 season!

Maserati – one of motorsports most iconic names – will return to the track in 2023, the Italian manufacturer committing to racing in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship from 2023. Maserati's involvement in the all-electric series will begin with the advent of the all-electric series Gen3 set of rules. However, the Italian manufacturer will initially rely on a partnership with a yet-to-be announced team in a collaborative format similar to the one enjoyed by fellow Stellantis group member DS with Techeetah. Maserati is also expected to share specific FE hardware designs with its Stellantis affiliate DS. Maserati's involvement in Formula E - its first involvement in a single-seater series...
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