Good news: Dutchman Robin Frijns is finally back in the driving seat. After his crash at the season-opener in Mexico, and the subsequent operation on his wrist, the 31-year-old has now made a full recovery. He lines up alongside team-mate Nico Müller for the ABT Cupra Formula E Team in Brazil.
Returnee: Robin Frijns is back in the cockpit for the ABT Cupra Formula E Team
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04 FRIJNS Robin (nld), Team ABT - CUPRA, Spark-Mahindra, Mahindra M9-Electro, action during the 2023 Hankook Mexico City E-Prix, 1st meeting of the 2022-23 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez from January 12 to 14, in Mexico City, Mexico - Photo Xavi Bonilla / DPPI
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