The Buenos Aires ePrix is held on a purpose built anti-clockwise street circuit which runs at a length of 2.44km and features 12 turns. NextEV’s Nelson Piquet Jr finished on the podium at this race last year.
“Obviously we are having a tough season so this race will be another challenge for us but we will be fighting hard for points.”
“The track seems fast with some long straights and big braking zones, so I’m excited to race on this track. The team has been working hard since the last race and I feel well prepared so we’re aiming to make some steps forward together.”
“We have been working very hard with our new Driver in the Loop simulator back in Europe, with drivers and race engineers having the chance to work together to test and optimise their set-up strategies. If we can deliver fault-free running in qualifying then I am hopeful for top ten grid starts.”
“The positive thing is that we’re trying lots of new things and doing a bit of trial and error and we have to do that in the position we are in. The team is continuing to work really hard and our focus is now on the next race in Mexico.”
“Starting from 11th I knew we had a good chance to get points and I made a good start and was up to eighth on the first lap. From our side the strategy worked out well and we were able to make the most of it. The pitstop was a bit of a shame because I lost time and we would have finished a bit higher. To score more points for the team is a good result.”