Tom Blomqvist

MS&AD Andretti looking to continue points scoring run.

For the first time since Season 2, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship will be visiting Uruguay and MS&AD Andretti Formula E is facing the challenge at full power.

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship continues this Saturday, 17th of March, with the Punta del Este E-Prix. So far this season, MS&AD Andretti Formula E have scored points at every venue visited, and BMW works drivers António Félix da Costa and Tom Blomqvist will look to continue that streak by the Playa Brava Beach.

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We are trying to carry on the momentum from our qualifying performance and improve on the lows that we experienced in Mexico. I am sure we will take another step forward as a team, keep building on it and score more points.
António Félix da Costa, MS&AD Andretti Formula E

The Situation

Félix da Costa starred in Mexico City, reaching Super Pole for the first time in Season 4, and scored a strong 7th place finish in the race. Blomqvist, meanwhile, was less than 10 seconds from a points finish in just his third race in Formula E. Every round has also seen still further progress in the relationship between the MS&AD Andretti Formula E team and BMW, and both parties are once again aiming to climb the points standings with good results in Uruguay.

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António Félix da Costa, MS&AD Andretti Formula E

The Team

The MS&AD Andretti Formula E team is in its fourth season of Formula E in 2017/18. So far, Michael Andretti’s team has contested 38 races, claimed three pole positions, and scored 222 points. BMW works driver Félix da Costa is again in action at the wheel of the number 28 MS&AD Andretti ATEC-003 in Season 4. Joining the Portuguese driver is fellow BMW works driver Blomqvist, racing car number 27.

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The Circuit

Few race circuits can claim a more glamorous location than Punta del Este. The track is within touching distance of the Playa Brava Beach, with the pitlane and main straight running parallel, just a few metres away from the sand. There are several opportunities for drivers to make places on the compact layout. At opposite ends of the circuit are turns 8 and 9, a double-apex hairpin, and turn 20, another hairpin. Each offers a hard braking zone and plenty of space for passing. The entry to the chicane, at turn 17, is also a prime spot for passing.

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