Alejandro Agag, Chief Executive Officer of Formula E Holdings, hit the airwaves on Bloomberg Television’s "On The Move" to discuss the upcoming electric racing series Formula E.
Formula E CEO Discusses Electric Racing Series on Bloomberg
Agag touches upon several aspects of the racing series that we've not heard mentioned before.
There's discussion on costs, expected profits and even how Formula E compliments Formula 1.
Agag even brings Tesla into the mix by saying that Formula E is in direct contact with the electric automaker.
The Formula E racing series officially kicks off its 10-race inaugural season in September 2014 in Beijing, China. That's when the "sound of the future" will storm the streets of some of the world's largest cities. Let the roar be over.