Sept. 15 (Bloomberg) –- Team China was out of the game before they could even complete Round One. And the final lap wrapped up with a spectacular corner crash. The world’s very first Formula E race held in Beijing over the weekend was nothing if not electrifying. But what REALLY held spectators’ attention was what’s behind the world’s very first FIA electric car race. Christine Hah hangs out with Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Nathaniel Bullard on race day.
BNEF’s Nat Bullard on Formula E, the world’s first electric car race
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