3/24/2020

The countdown is on. Like Swiss clockwork.

The toughest opponent in motorsport? Time. But sometimes it can also be the most reliable training partner: incorruptible, untiring and precise. Now we are ready to face time in the race – in a new way. For the first time in the motorsport history of Porsche, we will compete in the most innovative of all racing series with an all-electric car. The zero hour is approaching, and 900 volts of excitement awaits. On November 22, the highly anticipated starting signal for the ABB FIA Formula E will finally be fired. That's when Neel Jani and André Lotterer will step on the gas for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team in Riyadh – or better: up the wattage. And drive counts twice here. Strategy, a fighting and team spirit are just as important as the technology. Everything must fit together as perfectly as a TAG Heuer movement.

New challenges.

The TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team not only has to catch up with other teams in the shortest possible time, it must also constantly set the best times. All with one goal: winning the title. An ambitious plan to take to the grid – exactly the type of dedication and pioneering spirit that Porsche and TAG Heuer have shared for a long time.

There's not much time left until the first race. The SAUDIA Diriyah E-Prix is a hot challenge, and not only because of the Saudi temperatures. When the clock starts ticking and the fight for every second begins, it literally becomes a fever in the truest sense of the word. And it will show how reliable our training partner has been so far.

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