Move over Formula 1, we've got a new racer in town! Last year Formula E, the global all-electric racing circuit, made history on the streets of Brooklyn. Hundreds of concrete barriers constructed a 1.21-mile track on the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. The NYC ePrix offered racing fans their first glimpse into this new sport taking the racing world by storm.
Combustion engines may have been invented in 1808, but racing has been in human DNA since the dawn of time. From the first Olympic races in 776, to the ancient greek chariot races documented by Homer, human existence has always been drawn to, addicted to, enthalled by the spirit of racing.