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LGT's involvement in
Formula E

LGT is supporting the first international motorsport series for electrically powered race cars, the FIA Formula E championship, by sponsoring the ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport team.

Formula E - Innovation in motorsport

Formula E is setting new standards in motorsport. In only a short span of time, it has succeeded in establishing itself as an attractive racing series that captivates millions of spectators around the world. As the first class of auto racing for electric cars, it stands for innovative sustainable technologies.

As a sponsor of the ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport Formula E team, we are proud to be part of this pioneering project. Long-term, progressive and sustainable thinking and actions have long been an important part of our corporate culture. Tradition, stability and entrepreneurship, the values that characterize family-owned companies, are another element that connects us with the ABT team.

In this video Lucas di Grassi explains the Formula E to Marco Büchel. Watch "Where car and ski racing meet".

Calendar 2016/2017

Next race: 13 May 2017 Monaco / Monaco


 13. Mai 2017: Monaco Tickets  Facebook
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 29. & 30. Juli 2017: Montreal Tickets   

alle Termine im Detail

Lucas gewinnt in Mexico City

ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport: das Sieger-Team von Mexico City

Lucas di Grassi wird Dritter in Buenos Aires

ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport in Marrakesh

Lucas di Grassi auf dem Weg zu Platz 2 in Hongkong

FIA Formula E results

ePrix Buenos Aires
12. November 2016
1. Sebastain Buemi,  Renault e.dams
2. Jean-Eric Vergne, Techeetah
3. Lucas di Grassi, ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport

 

Driver standings
2016/2017 season
1. Sebastain Buemi,  Renault e.dams
2. Lucas di Grassi, ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport
3. Nicolas Prost, Renault e.dams

 

Teamwertung
Rennsaison 2016/2017
1. Renault e.dams
2. ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport
3. Mahindra Racing

 

 

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    The ABT formula e team

    From the outset, the ABT Formula E team and its two drivers Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt have succeeded in remaining at the forefront in the battle for the top spots. During the second season, Lucas di Grassi fought neck and neck for the championship title through to the last race, in the end just narrowly missing his goal by only two points. As the driver with the most podium finishes, he can nevertheless look back on an outstanding season and together with his team enjoy the overall second place finish for both the driver and the team.

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    Lucas Di Grassi

    Date of birth 11 August 1984
    Place of birth São Paulo (BR)
    Place of residence Monaco (MC)
    Height/Weight 1.79 m / 75 kg

    Highlights

    2016    2nd place FIA Formula E
    2015 4th place 24 Hours of Le Mans
    3rd place FIA Formula E
    2014 2nd place 24 hours of Le Mans
    4th place WEC
    2013 3rd place 24 Hours of Le Mans
    2010 Formula 1
    2009 3rd place GP2 Series
    Formula 1 reserve driver
    2008 3rd place GP2 Series
    Formula 1 reserve driver
    2007 2nd place GP2 Series
    Formula 1 test driver
    2006 Formula 1 test driver
    2005 1st place GP Macau

    Website lucasdigrassi.com.br
    Facebook lucasdigrassiofficial
    Twitter @LucasdiGrassi
    Instagram lucasdigrassi

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    Daniel Abt

    Date of birth 3 December 1992
    Place of birth Kempten (DE)
    Place of residence Kempten (DE)
    Height/Weight 1.79 m / 70 kg

    Highlights

    2016 7th place FIA Formula E
    2015 1st place 24 Hours of Le Mans (class)
    11th place FIA Formula E
    2014    GP2 Series
    2013 GP2 Series
    2012 2nd place GP3 Series
    2011 4th place FIA Formula 3 International Trophy
    7th place Formula 3 Euro Series
    2010 2nd place ATS Formula 3 Cup
    2009 1st place ADAC Formula Masters
    2008 8th place ADAC Formula Masters
    2007 2nd place ADAC Kart Championship

    Website danielabt.de
    Facebook abtdaniel
    Twitter @Daniel_Abt
    Instagram daniel_abt

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    ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport

    Having won five DTM titles as well as numerous victories and titles at a variety of GT and long-distance championships, ABT Sportsline is one of the most successful German motorsport teams. Led by Team Owner Hans-Jürgen Abt and headquartered in the Allgäuer region (Germany), the team has been competing with Schaeffler drivetrains since the second season.

    Where car and ski racing meet

      Electric and fast

      The cars accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in approximately three seconds. Their maximum speed is 225 km/h. 200 kW are available during the practice sessions and qualifyings, while 170 kW are available during the race. The noise level during races is around 80 decibels, which corresponds approximately to the volume of a truck driving by at a distance of 7.5 meters.

      Dimensions

      Length: 5000 mm, width: 1800 mm, height: 1250 mm, weight: minimum 880 kg including driver



      Electromobility and formula e

      Over the last two years, Formula E has developed into an attractive international racing series, and its fan base is growing continuously. The staging of the races, which take place in the hearts of major cities around the world, has its own very special appeal – no other racing series offers spectators such an up-close look at the world of motorsport. Normally, spectators have to travel to circuits far outside city limits to attend traditional motorsport races. Formula E, on the other hand, brings the sport to the cities and to the people.

      Electromobility, particularly in big cities, is becoming an increasingly important issue. “We will be seeing changes in mobility in the future. We expect that after 2020, we will witness a significant rise in the number of fully electric-powered vehicles,” says Prof. Peter Gutzmer, Deputy CEO and Chief Technology Officer at Schaeffler. “Particularly in cities, electromobility will become the norm.”

      Accumulating knowledge for mass production

      The knowledge that mechanics, developers and engineers accumulate as a result of the Formula E is enormously valuable for the further development of electrotechnology. “The experiences gained from the Formula E are extremely important for us. In the work we do together, and thanks to the ongoing discussions and the direct competition, we learn a lot that we can later apply to mass production,“ says Prof. Gutzmer. The Formula E helps to better understand the technology and set new benchmarks in the development of innovative sustainable technologies.

      "The formula e series stands for progressive thinking and innovative sustainable technologies. These are factors that we identify strongly with and that play an important role in our corporate culture."
       

      H.S.H. Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, CEO LGT (right)