Drayson Racing was the first team to join the Formula E. While they will race with the SRT_01E cars during the first Formula E season, they intend to become Manufacturers during the second season. Coincidentally, or not, "The wireless charging system will be made available to the race cars from season two."
That last point is of course one which is exacerbated by Formula E's rules. Namely, the cars being built for the 2014-15 season have a 20-25 minute racing time, and they want the races to last for an hour. To work around that problem, Formula E organizers have decided each team will have two cars and swap cars halfway through the race. But they come up a little bit short, 40-50 minutes of racing time with two cars in a race that's supposed to last for 60 minutes. Apparently the plan is to run the first car for the last 10ish minutes.
But, if the fullness of the Qualcomm Halo vision were working .... but ... I have my doubts whether a race car, at race speeds, would pick up much energy while flying over the top of a wireless energy pad.
I rather think they'd have had a better time of it by swapping battery packs during pit stops - because that's directly analogous to a gas powered racer refueling the tank.