Of course, Girona is considered a team more than first laps than second. And this is indicated by the data of the last campaigns because it is time to go back to 2015-16 to see how the Girona team added more points in the second leg of the League than in the first. By then, Pablo Machín He was the coach of Girona and 25 points were added in the first round and 41 in the second. At the end of the season they won 66 points and this allowed them to play the promotion playoff after assaulting the fourth place. Of course, there was no happy ending because in the final (in the first round they beat Córdoba), Osasuna deprived them of the dream of promotion by beating them both in The Sadar (2-1) as in Montilivi (0-1).The truth is that playing the promotion playoff is not synonymous with joy for the Girona because another course in which they also managed to add more points in the second round than in the first was 2014-15. That year, the Girona finished with 82 points (38 + 44), and were third in the League. The fateful draw against him Lugo deprived them of the direct ascent and then, in the playoff, the Saragossa He eliminated them in the first tie. This campaign, in the first round they have added 31 points. They must improve them. If something has sinned the Girona in the first round of the League has been a lack of regularity. This has taken its toll (Juan Carlos Unzué he was dismissed for his bad numbers) and is currently ninth, just one point from the playoff and five from the direct ascent to First. The rojiblancos are forced to shorten this distance to be able to fight to reach the marked objective. With Pep Lluís Martí there are better sensations and it is expected to start with good foot 2020.
Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on November 24, 2018Categories Electric Vehicle News Source: Electric Vehicle News Following long-term speculation regarding a race in the Australasian region, the consortium will make a serious play to get Auckland on the season six schedule.The consortium, led by Vector Energy, the New Zealand International Convention Centre, the Auckland University of Technology and Drive Electric, will look to stage a race on a yet-to-be-confirmed downtown site, with either late 2019 or early 2020 the desired timeframe.Discussions with Formula E have begun, with the focus now on getting local and central government to increase its involvement in the bid.According to Craig Cotton, the CEO of the NZ Innovation Council and a senior member of the Auckland bid, an e-Prix would help Auckland reach its targets of being 100 per cent renewable by 2035 and carbon neutral by 2050.“From our discussions, Formula E is motivated to come here and has shown an appreciation for our inherent affinity for the environment – and our ambitious sustainability targets,” he said.“There is a crucial role for electric transportation to play in achieving those targets. We need to start delivering the technology to create a mobility system that actually improves the lives of New Zealanders.“We have an opportunity to excite and engage Kiwis in a smarter, cleaner, more connected and economically sustainable future.“How do we ease congestion, drive down fuel costs, display global leadership by achieving our 2035 and 2050 environmental goals, and improve access to mobility for all Kiwis? Formula E is the ideal stage to help us engage, learn and push for solutions and outcomes.“It will also provide Auckland with a sporting event that will show the world what a spectacular city it is, positioning New Zealand as not just the best place on the planet, but the best place for the planet.”Read Also:Seven female racers named in Saudi FE test line-upToro Rosso target Albon named on FE entry list Former Formula 1 driver Mark Webber has also thrown his support behind the bid.“It’s imperative that this part of the world – Australia and New Zealand – doesn’t get left behind by the rest of the world as it forges ahead developing technology and infrastructure for the future,” said the Porsche ambassador.“Someone needs to lead the charge here, and I’m pleased that Auckland appears to be jumping at the chance.“When you look at the list of cities involved, and the companies involved, you can see that Formula E is where the future of personal transportation is being shaped, I can certainly speak on behalf of Porsche’s commitment to the championship and its vision.“On top of that, having a local in Mitch Evans in a factory team competing at the front end of such an exciting and high-profile championship will be absolutely fantastic for Kiwi fans to get behind.”Autosport/Motorsport.com understands FE is keen to add a race in New Zealand or Australia to its current calendar.The championship would also like to visit additional cities in Asia, with Seoul and Tokyo high on its list of priority venues.It is understood that any plans for a Tokyo race are made complicated by the city’s roads being owned by the police and not a local authority. An Auckland-based consortium has formally launched a bid to bring Formula E to the New Zealand city in either 2019 or 2020.