FIA WEC and Formula E: Driver movement flow chart

Buemi's weekend destination is the hot-button topic of the FE/WEC conflict. Photo: Getty Images
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This weekend’s pair of conflicting FIA rounds, the FIA World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of Nürburgring and the FIA Formula E Championship New York City ePrix, mean there’s a bit of driver movement.

My colleague Luke Smith broke down who goes where and the respective reasonings a couple weeks ago.

Here in simplified form are a pair of tables that show who was in what car at the most recent round, and who takes over this weekend as the two race events clash this weekend. Bold type indicates a driver change for this weekend.

FIA WEC 6 HOURS OF NÜRBURGRING

# Class Team Le Mans Nürburgring
7 LMP1 Toyota Gazoo Racing Conway/Kobayashi/Sarrazin Conway/Kobayashi/Lopez
13 LMP2 Vaillante Rebellion Beche/DHH/Piquet Beche/DHH/Derani
31 LMP2 Vaillante Rebellion Senna/Canal/Prost Senna/Canal/Albuquerque
24 LMP2 CEFC Manor TRS Racing Graves/Hirschi/Vergne Graves/Hirschi/Merhi
26 LMP2 G-Drive Racing (TDS) Rusinov/Thiriet/Lynn Rusinov/Thiriet/Hanley
71 GTE-Pro AF Corse Rigon/Bird/Molina Rigon/Vilander

FIA FORMULA E NEW YORK CITY ePRIX

# Team Berlin New York City
9 Renault e.dams Buemi Gasly
37 DS Virgin Racing Lopez Lynn
2 DS Virgin Racing Bird Bird
3 NextEV Piquet Piquet
8 Renault e.dams Prost Prost
25 Techeetah Vergne Vergne
33 Techeetah Sarrazin Sarrazin