In trying times, safety is always our first priority and as instructed on Monday, ROKiT Venturi Racing team members are now working from home, continuing to respect relevant government recommendations as we have done since February’s Mexico City E-Prix – something that all should do.
As a team of real racers, advancing our efforts comes as second nature to us and through video meetings and group calls across all departments, we continue to make good progress so we can hit the ground running when racing does resume.
Amidst fluid conditions, we continue to review the present situation on a week by week basis, closely following the advice of the Monegasque and French authorities.
As discussions between Formula E Senior Management, Team Principals, and race and series promoters continue, we wait to see how the current situation will evolve in the future with safety still paramount.
Setting our sights on the next race of Season 6, we’re very much looking forward to reaching a point when conditions are safe enough to allow all Formula E staff and team personnel to travel and race safely, competing with the same approach and attitude that has defined the championship in the past.