Maserati showed off their new livery just one day before their cars were officially introduced at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia. The rear of the car has been drastically updated, although the general colour scheme and style are throwbacks to the previous season. Maserati's Tipo Folgore, which is now connected with the company's all-electric lineup, is a metaphorical link between the company's rich history and its bright future in motorsport. Maserati's strategic vision and unyielding dedication to innovation are perfectly reflected in its design progression. Rame Folgore, also known as Copper Glance, is prominently displayed on the new Maserati Tipo Folgore's taillights. This decision is in line with the bold colour scheme of Maserati's next generation of electrified vehicles, a sea change that will affect the entire lineup by the year 2030. The new look should make a bold statement, establishing Maserati's place in the modern era of motorsport.
Formula E: Maserati Season 9 Performance
Maserati dominated preseason testing leading up to season nine, but they struggled to get going in 2022/23. However, things changed drastically for the team in Berlin. From the Berlin E-Prix onward, Maserati showed incredible speed, with Günther dominating practically every practice and racing session in Jakarta.
Maserati made their long-awaited comeback to single-seat racing in the ninth season of Formula E, following an absence of 66 years. Among the season's many highlights was a historic triumph in Jakarta, as well as two pole positions and four podium finishes. The victory in Jakarta was Maserati's first in a single-seater race since the 1957 German Grand Prix, so it was a big deal for the company.
Formula E: Valencia Pre-season Test
The Formula E teams get a great chance to put their cars through their paces before the season begins at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia. Over the course of the event's three days and six sessions, teams will rack hundreds of laps in preparation for the forthcoming season 10. Since Season 9 ended in August, the 11 teams and 22 drivers have been working tirelessly to perfect their GEN3 equipment, and they can't wait to get back behind the wheel.
During these six sessions, teams are free to adjust their vehicles as they see fit. Having finished the 2022/23 season, all Formula E teams have been working tirelessly to improve their performance and make the most of the GEN3 technology. The latest generation of Formula E electric race vehicles are the most technologically advanced yet, being the quickest, the lightest, and the most environmentally sustainable of their kind.
According to Phil Charles, Valencia is the perfect place to see how much progress was made during the offseason. It also gives the teams a chance to welcome back former drivers. Maximising track time is crucial, as this is the only official pre-season test in Formula E and the only time all 22 cars share the circuit outside of race weekends.