After a pole to flag victory by Buemi at Beijing, Renault eDAMS looks like the team to beat this year, with Buemi especially looking unbeatable with his clean sweep - fastest in FP1 and FP2, pole position, 1st place, and the fastest lap award all going to the Swiss driver. Meanwhile, last year's champion, Nelson Piquet Jr., is in a funk and has more or less written this year off already. He can't possibly do worse than his DNF result at Putrajaya last year, so perhaps he can take solace in only being able to go up from there? Last year's race at Putrajaya may not have ended with a bang like Beijing, but the hairpin provided a great overtaking opportunity. Rather curvaceous for a street circuit, Putrajaya is a bit more interesting than Beijing from a driving point of view. Last year's winner was the ever popular Sam Bird, who will almost certainly want a repeat performance. It might be a tough ask for the DS Virgin driver, with ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport (try saying that three times fast!) and Renault eDAMS having a clear performance advantage at China. However, Putrajaya and China place very different demands on the cars, and what worked in China might not work well at Putrajaya. Trulli's woes continue, with their drivetrain still held up in Chinese customs. In a nice show of support and closing of ranks by Formula E Holdings, NEXTEV's Steven Lu, and series shipping partner DHL, everyone is hard at work to free Trulli's drivetrain from bureaucratic hell and get them shipped to Putrajaya. However, the lack of running time in China will almost certainly cause a knock-on effect for the beleaguered team, who put a lot of their troubles down to their late start before season 1. They struggled with overheating last year because they were cooling the motor, not the inverter, a fundamental mistake inherited from Drayson's design, and not spotted until the cars were dismantled at the end of season 1! The problem should be fixed this year, but it may be safe to say this year might turn into a write-off too. Fanboost is already open for Putrajaya, with Jacques Villeneuve topping the leaderboard Don't forget, you can vote once per voting method per day, giving you up to three votes a day. Get your votes in and show your support for your favorite drivers. Make sure you tune in on November 7th for the Putrajaya ePrix!