China Racing to compete at historic Long Beach track

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Both China Racing drivers in Miami, Nelson Piquet Jr and Charles, will team up again at classic Long Beach event, which will be slightly shortened for the ePrix in comparison with that used in the Formula 1, IndyCar or ALMS.

China Racing, whose cars are run by engineers and mechanics of Campos Racing, approaches a new FIA Formula E event, the Long Beach ePrix. This historic race track, whose motorsport history dates back to 1975, has been a venue for series such as Formula 1, IndyCar, American Le Mans Series, IMSA or Formula 5000. The FIA Formula E will use a shortened version of the track, with the Marina section cut out but the rest of the track remaining the same.

At China Racing Brazil´s Nelson Piquet Jr and France´s Charles Pic will drive team´s cars for the second time in a row. Piquet Jr, after claiming podium finishes in Uruguay and in Argentina and setting the fastest lap in Miami, lies fourth in the drivers´ standings.

Three practice sessions and the qualifying will give way to the race, which is due to start at 4PM (local time) on Saturday.

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