Maximilian Günther is expecting season 10 to be a “big fight”, with the German under the impression that “everybody is
Next season in Formula E is expected to be highly competitive, with the lower teams making significant progress and potentially challenging the dominant Jaguars and Porsches. In pre-season testing in Valencia, the field was incredibly close, with just nine-tenths of a second separating the top and bottom drivers. In the previous season, Günther was the only non-Jaguar or Porsche driver consistently competing at the front. However, in testing, teams like Maserati, Mahindra Racing, and Nissan had drivers in the top-10, indicating a more level playing field. Günther believes that the upcoming season will be tighter than ever and that every team will have a chance to perform well. He is not concerned about the introduction of fast-charging pit-stops and sees it as a positive addition that will create more complexity and challenges for the strategists.