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Formula E racing, Formula One’s all-electric cousin, is making powerful strides toward establishing itself as a top-notch racing league, not only in competition and on the track, but in the laboratory and the research and development department. Engineering Explained sat down with Andretti Autosport and TE Connectivity to look under the hood and behind the technology that powers their Formula E race car, and how that affects the overall technological competition within the league itself.

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