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  1. Wehrlein wins again to go top

    Virtual Pascal Wehrlein
    Image caption: Pascal Wehrlein has taken Mahindra to second place in the constructors' standings

    Pascal Wehrlein won his second successive race and went top of the Race From Home standings as Formula E’s sim racing series reached the halfway stage of its eight-race run with a wet-dry race over the virtual Hong Kong circuit.

    Wehrlein posted the fastest qualifying lap as wet conditions were imposed by organisers to shake up the pack. Series leader Max Gunther and Stoffel Vandoorne again finished in the top three in the battle for the pole.

    The track was returned to a dry state for the race itself, with Edoardo Mortara making the early break before a pile-up on the first hairpin left one car standing at right angles on just two wheels and allowed James Calado to sneak through into second place.

    Calado lost out to both Wehrlein and Vandoorne on lap five before Mortara’s spin at the chicane allowed those three through.

    Gunther’s hopes of holding on to the leadership in the standings was put in jeopardy with a drive-through penalty for a jump start and his eventual 18th place meant he would not add to his points tally.

    “Today was a bit special – qualifying in the wet was something we weren’t expecting,” said Wehrlein afterwards. “The race was a bit chaotic at the start – my car was a little damaged and pulled to the left - but I was fast in the dry conditions.”

    Race Four result

    1. Pascal Wehrlein (Ger, Mahindra)
    2. Stoffel Vandoorne (Bel, Mercedes) +4.033 secs
    3. James Calado (GB, Panasonic Jaguar) +11.828
    4. Nick de Vries (Ned, Mercedes) +14.756
    5. Edoardo Mortara (Swi, Venturi) +17.801
    6. Antonio Felix da Costa (Por, DS Techeetah) +18.408
    7. Robin Frijns (Ned, Envision Virgin) +19.113
    8. Oliver Turvey (GB, Nio 333) +24.696
    9. Sebastien Buemi (Swi, Nissan) +25.288
    10. Oliver Rowland (GB, Nissan) +25.458
  2. Latest Race From Home standings

    After Race Four

    Drivers

    1. Pascal Wehrlein (Ger, Mahindra) 71pts
    2. Max Gunther (Ger, BMW Andretti) 65
    3. Stoffel Vandoorne (Bel, Mercedes) 58
    4. Robin Frijns (Ned, Envision Virgin) 46
    5. Neel Jani (Swi, Porsche) 24
    6. Nico Muller (Swi, Geox Dragon) 19
    7. James Calado (GB, Panasonic Jaguar) 19
    8. Oliver Turvey (GB, Nio 333) 18
    9. Oliver Rowland (GB, Nissan) 17
    10. Edoardo Mortara (Swi, Rokit Venturi) 13

    Constructors

    1. Mercedes 76 pts
    2. Mahindra 73
    3. BMW Andretti 66
    4. Envision Virgin 65
    5. Porsche 30
  3. All you need to know about the Formula E Race at Home challenge

    What is it?

    The Race at Home challenge is an eight-week competition, ending in a Grand Final on 7 June, involving the normal Formula E teams and drivers.

    How does it work?

    The 24 drivers will race against one another using software that includes the latest generation Formula E car, up-to-date liveries of all the teams and iconic street tracks such as Hong Kong and Monaco.

    Races will start with a competitive one-lap qualifying system to determine the order of the grid and once the race begins, the last-placed driver at the end of each lap will be eliminated, after the first two laps.

    Elimination will continue until 12 drivers remain, where a two-lap sprint to the finish line will decide the point-scoring positions. Drivers will carry over their points to the following weekend.

    The scoring system is also the same as in real life with drivers earning extra points for pole position and the fastest lap. There will also be double points on offer in the final race.

  4. Highlights of the first four races

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    Video caption: 'We go green, at home!' Gunther wins first Formula E Race At Home Challenge

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    Video caption: Highlights: Max Gunther wins action-packed second Formula E Race At Home Challenge

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    Video caption: Pacal Wehrlein avoids 'chaotic' start to win Formula E Race At Home Challenge round four
  5. F1: UK quarantine would rule out British GP if exemptions not granted

    Silverstone
    Image caption: Formula 1's plans for Silverstone could have seen two races taking place in July

    Formula 1 says it would be unable to hold a British Grand Prix if personnel are not given exemptions from plans to quarantine international travellers.

    The UK government will "soon" impose a requirement on all arrivals from abroad to self-isolate for 14 days.

    An F1 spokesman said: "A 14-day quarantine would make it impossible to have a British Grand Prix this year,” despite seven of the 10 F1 teams being based in Great Britain.

    Read more here

  6. Monaco planning ‘complex’ month of racing in 2021

    Monaco’s Automobile Club (ACM) is planning to host three major motor races in the space of five weeks in 2021 after the coronavirus restrictions forced the principality to cancel this year's Formula One grand prix.

    The ACM says it intends to hold the biennial historic Grand Prix on April 25 next year, with a Formula E race on May 8 and then the return of Formula One on May 23.

    "To organise three races in the space of one month will be a big first for us all at ACM," said general commissioner Christian Tornatore. "The logistical side promises to be complex, but not impossible."

    Tornatore said setting up the metal-fenced street circuit would start at the end of February, several weeks earlier than usual.

    The race through the tight turns of the Mediterranean principality has been a feature of the world championship calendar every year since 1955 before this year’s cancellation.

    Formula One has yet to start the 2020 season and has not finalised a revised calendar.

  7. Leclerc gains a follower in lockdown lockout

    Ferrari’s Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc gained an extra subscriber to his Twitch streaming channel - his girlfriend Charlotte Sine - although she has only signed up for one month and only then because she was locked out of his Monaco apartment.

    Sine found herself unable to get back in while Leclerc was racing in an online rally at the weekend and had to buy a subscription to Twitch to send him a message – namely could he let her in, please?

    "She waited 25 minutes downstairs as I couldn't hear my phone,” said Leclerc, 22. “I had the headphones on and was very focused on my rally race."

    Charles Leclerc
    Image caption: Charles Leclerc: Sensibly, he doesn't answer his phone while driving
  8. How can I watch the Formula E Race at Home challenge?

    BBC Sport will have live coverage from all eight races of the Formula E Race at home challenge, culminating in the Grand Final on 7 June.

    Coverage will be available live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app and on-demand for 30 days.

    Full coverage details:

    Race one - catch-up in full here

    Race two - catch-up in full here

    Race three - catch-up in full here

    Race four - catch-up in full here

    Race five - Saturday 23 May, 16:20-17:00

    Race six - Saturday 30 May, 16:20-17:00

    Race seven - Saturday 6 June, 16:20-17:00

    Race eight, Grand Final - Sunday 7 June, time tbc