Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag Hopes Series Will Attract Big-Name F1 Teams
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag "is hoping that big-name F1 teams will soon join the newly founded racing series," according to the SID. Agag: "I'm certain that teams such as Ferrari or Red Bull will someday also field Formula E teams. We are already in talks with McLaren." However, fans can look forward "to illustrious names known in Germany and around the world." Agag: "We will have former F1 drivers and drivers who had been active in GP2." Formula E, which will debut in '14, "will be the first worldwide championship using electric cars" (SID, 7/11).