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EQ Experience World in Rome

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#RomeEPrix: Electrifying the Eternal City.

The Rome E-Prix made one thing clear: There is not such thing as monotony in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. The race in the Italian capital was the 7th round of th season and in Mitch Evans produced a 7th different E-Prix winner. Stoffel Vandoorne was able to put in an equally thrilling performance, securing third place and a first-ever podium finish for HWA in Formula E. Not yet on the race track, Mercedes-Benz inspired the Formula E fans with the presentation of the Mercedes-Benz EQ Experience World in the E-Village. While providing a place to relaxe, the Experience World also gave its nearly 4.000 visitors a glimps into the future of electric mobility.

#ParisEPrix: Vive la Formula E.

Paris put up a real challenge for the competing Formula E teams: A mix of sun and rain in the morning made for complex strategy decisions for the afternoon's race. The visting fans in the E-Village weren't bothered, though, and enjoyed the eventually sunny day at the Mercedes-Benz Experience World as well as the other extraordinay exhibitions around the circuit in the heart of Paris.

Review Paris 2019
Mercedes-Benz EQ Run at Berlin

#BerlinEPrix: Racing & Running.

Other than the race itself, Formula E celebrated a very special debut in Berlin: After the cars left the track, the first ever Mercedes-Benz EQ Run took place on the official circuit. The charity run attracted runners from all over Berlin, united by the common goal of supporting a good cause. With every lap, each runner contributed to a donation for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation. In the end, Mercedes-Benz and smart added to the donations to make it an even total of 25,000 Euros.


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