“Last year in the races that I won I didn’t think I was really quick,” admitted the reigning Formula E champion, “it was more a question of how to defend. This year I really tried to improve myself and just be a quicker driver in the race so I think I was probably more on it than I was last season and that’s where I will keep it this season.”
Something far easier said than done when the 2019 Formula E odds that Jean-Eric Vergne gets aren’t that much better than his rivals.
The 2019 Formula E odds of Jean-Eric Vergne being so close to those on Antonio Felix Da Costa is, perhaps, not as surprising as the 9/2 you can find on sites like Unibet, one of the best online betting sites in Morocco, on Andre Lotterer after his fastest lap in Riyadh and eventual 5th place finish. Likewise, the distant 7/1 available on Lucas Di Grassi following his ninth place last time demonstrates this season could just be a battle twixt Andretti BMW and Techeetah DS.
- 12th January 2019
- Agdal, Marrakesh, Morocco
- Length – 2.99km
- Surface – Tarmac
- Turns – 15
- Laps – 33
Testing Times In Morocco For Drivers
Of course, whilst everyone gets ready for this weekend’s fabulous opportunity to bet on sports in Morocco with those 2019 Formula E Odds Jean-Eric Vergne garners, there are some interesting bits of gossip around the ePaddock. Former F1 driver Sergey Sirotkin will test for Mahindra, Jaguar have pledged $40m to their team and chosen Pietro Fittipaldi and Harry Tincknell for tests and Arthur Leclerc, brother of F1’s Charles Leclerc will test for Venturi too.
It would appear, having moved onto the Gen2 cars, which can at least finish an entire race without needing to be plugged in for a while (previous seasons saw drivers change cars half way through into one with a full battery), Formula E has finally shed some of its geekiness that had put potential drivers off. However the arrival of Stoffel Vandoorne and Felipe Massa, hasn’t provided any threat to the 2019 Formula E odds that Jean-Eric Vergne is getting. At least not yet.
2019 Formula E Odds – Jean-Eric Vergne 7/4 At Unibet
Formula E has a long way to go, but there are drivers now willing to see it as both an alternative to and stepping stone towards driving in Formula 1, and the similarities between the two grow daily as people now complain FE is losing unpredictability in much the same way as F1 has. Those taking advantage of Moroccan gambling laws to take up those 2019 Formula E odds that Jean-Eric Vergne gets are probably onto a winner, well unless Antonio Felix da Costa spoils it.
Over 33 laps the two finished less than half a second apart, and both Mahindra and Jaguar were close enough to pounce on any error by the top two, so this season is far from done and dusted. Whilst a bet on the World Drivers Championship over in F1 is simple, here in Formula E (the future of motorsports) the 2019 Formula E odds that Jean-Eric Vergne is garnering are far less easy to take up with confidence, especially with the FIA willing to play with the format now and then.