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How come the Formula E car doesn’t have a dangly bit on the nose like their big brothers in F1?
Agag said in another interview that they wanted to do changeable batteries, instead of car swapping at pit stops. But since the batteries comprised such a huge percentage of the car weight, it was going to take a huge amount of time to swap batteries in the pits, especially since that weight needed to be securely attached to the car for safety.
They want the car to develop over the coming years to show hand-in-hand development with the electric car industry. Their desire is that the car would be able to go a full race distance with no car swapping, after several seasons of development.
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