The inaugural race of Formula E got under way on Saturday 13th September. The first fully electric racing series is officially homologated by the FIA and is the most definitive step towards greener motorsport since Formula-1 was hybridised.
Drayson Racing secured a podium spot at the Goodwood Festival of Speed weekend, with a third place finish for the all-electric B12 69/EV.
Drayson Racing has set a new World Electric Land Speed Record of 204.185mph, subject to final FIA confirmation.
Audi has won the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours with a diesel hybrid race car and quattro four-wheel drive for the second time in succession.
The Nissan ZEOD RC is claimed to be the world's fastest electric racing car that will reach speeds of more than 300km/h at the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Michelin has become the Official Tyre Partner of Drayson Racing Technologies, including the Drayson B12 69/EV hypercar that will challenge for the FIA World Electric Land Speed Record.
Drayson Racing Technologies has announced that it will make an attempt for the FIA World Electric Land Speed Record on June 25 at RAF Elvington in Yorkshire.
An Aston Martin Hybrid Hydrogen Rapide S race car, driven by Astons CEO Dr Ulrich Bez, has completed the first ever zero-CO2 emissions lap in fact 40km in total - in an international motor race at the 41st ADAC Zurich Nürburgring 24 Hours.
Renault SAS has signed on as official Technical Partner of Spark Racing Technology to supply Formula E cars to be entered in the FIA Formula E Championship.
Drayson Racing has announced the start of its search for two top-level professional racing drivers for its entry in the new FIA Formula E Championship for electric cars.