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AUDI SPORT ABT SCHAEFFLER

AUDI SPORT ABT SCHAEFFLER
COUNTRY
Germany
FOUNDED
1981

Daniel ABT

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Born in 1992, the German driver is no stranger to the world of motorsport. His father Hans-Jurgen, is the owner and team principal of Abt Sportsline which competes in the DTM series, amongst others, as well as the German Formula E outfit, which bears his name. Abt first picked up a passion for racing after he went karting for the first time when he was six-years-old. Winning his first seven races, the young driver quickly progressed up the ladder to Formula 3 Euro Series where he made his debut as the youngest driver on the grid in 2011, finishing on the podium three times. In 2014, Abt joined Formula E for its inaugural season with a seat in his family associated team Audi Sport Abt alongside former Audi World Endurance Championship driver Lucas di Grassi.

Lucas DI GRASSI

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Born in Sao Paulo in 1984, Lucas di Grassi was the first driver to commit to the series, playing a founding role in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship alongside the series' Founder and CEO Alejandro Agag. He played a key role in the development of the original spec car that was used in the inaugreal season and also took part in a spectacular street demo in Las Vegas. In 2016, he became the first man in history to drive a racing car on the Arctic Ice Cap, when he took a starring role in the incredible Project Ice adventure. The Brazilian has driven for the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler team throughout his time in the Championship, finishing third in the first season before taking the 2015/16 title down to the wire, just losing out to Nelson Piquet Jn. But for di Grassi, it was third time lucky as he overcame a 10-point deficit to claim the 2016/17 championship title in Montreal. Going into the 2017/18 season as the reigning champion, di Grassi once again overcame the odds and fought back after a disastrous start to the season to place second overall behind Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne.

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BMW I ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT

BMW I ANDRETTI MOTORSPORT
COUNTRY
USA
FOUNDED
2013

António Félix DA COSTA

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António Maria de Mello Breyner Félix da Costa (born 31 August 1991) is a Portuguese professional racing driver, and DS Techeetah driver. He is perhaps best known for winning the Macau Grand Prix invitational Formula Three race in 2012 and 2016, as well as the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup in 2009. He took the pole position and won in the 2018 Ad Diriyah ePrix, the first race of the season with BMW after 3 seasons without podiums. In the second round of 2019 Marrakesh ePrix, he was leading the race before his clash with his team mate Alexander Sims which caused his retirement of the race.

Alexander SIMS

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Alexander Sims (born 15 March 1988, in London) is a British professional racing driver, and BMW Motorsport works driver. He was the winner of the 2008 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award for promising young British drivers. Sims currently drives a factory BMW M6 at the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship. He wears an Ayrton Senna inspired helmet with yellow and a blue and a green stripe. In May 2017, Sims was present at the Monaco ePrix as a stand-by option for Robin Frijns. Later that month, he was announced as a development driver for MS Amlin Andretti for the 2017-18 season. He would join BMW for Season 5, partnering Antonio Felix Da Costa. At the final race of the season at the 2019 New York City ePrix Sims claimed pole position and the first podium of his Formula E career finishing 2nd.

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DS TECHEETAH FORMULA E TEAM

DS TECHEETAH FORMULA E TEAM
COUNTRY
China
FOUNDED
2013

Jean-Éric VERGNE

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Jean-Éric Vergne (born 25 April 1990), also known as JEV, is a French racing driver who competes in the FIA Formula E Championship with the TECHEETAH Formula E team. He became the 2018 ABB Formula E World Champion, after clinching fifth in the New York ePrix in 2018, and he became the first Formula E driver to win two consecutive championships after his repeat success in the 2018-19 season.

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ENVISION VIRGIN RACING

ENVISION VIRGIN RACING
COUNTRY
United Kingdom
FOUNDED
2013

Sam BIRD

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Sam Jamie Bird (born 9 January 1987) is a British professional racing driver who currently drives for Envision Virgin Racing in Formula E and for AF Corse in the FIA World Endurance Championship. Sam's first podium finish of the season came in the 2019 Marrakesh ePrix, finishing in 3rd after taking pole position. In 2019, Bird became the first Formula E driver to win a race in every Formula E season, after winning the 2019 Santiago ePrix.

Robin FRIJNS

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Robin Frijns (born 7 August 1991) is a Dutch motor racing driver. He is the 2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Series champion, and the first driver to have won the series in his debut season since Robert Kubica in 2005. Frijns is currently competing in Formula E driving for Envision Virgin Racing and in Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters for Audi Sport Team Abt Sportsline. Frijns achieved his first Formula E podium finish in his second outing in the category, and claimed his maiden victory at the 2019 Paris E-Prix.

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GEOX DRAGON

GEOX DRAGON
COUNTRY
United States
FOUNDED
2007

Brendon Hartley

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Brendon Hartley (born 10 November 1989) is a New Zealand born racing driver, set to make his ABB FIA Formula E Championship debut at the start of the 2019/20 season with GEOX DRAGON. A two time World Endurance Championship Champion and former Formula One driver, Hartley had previous FE experience serving as a development driver for Porsche, before obtaining his DRAGON drive prior to the 2019/20 campaign.

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HWA RACELAB

HWA RACELAB
COUNTRY
Germany
FOUNDED
1999

Stoffel VANDOORNE

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Stoffel Vandoorne (born 26 March 1992 in Kortrijk, Belgium) is a Belgian racing driver who drives for the new Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team in the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship.[1] A former member of the McLaren Formula One Team, Vandoorne arrived in FE in 2018/19 as one of the most promising talents in motorsport, having amassed multiple racing accolades including the 2010 F4 Eurocup 1.6, 2012 Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 and 2015 GP2 Series titles.

Gary PAFFETT

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Gary Paffett (born 24 March 1981 in Bromley, Greater London, England) is a British racing driver, who competed in the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship debut with HWA Racelab. A former DTM Champion and McLaren F1 test driver, Paffett joined FE as part of the Mercedes-Benz push into the series, following fellow Mercedes factory drivers Edoardo Mortara and Maro Engel into electric racing.

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MAHINDRA RACING

MAHINDRA RACING
COUNTRY
United Kingdom
FOUNDED
2011

Jérôme D'AMBROSIO

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Jérôme d'Ambrosio (born 27 December 1985) is a Belgian Formula E racing driver for the Indian team Mahindra Racing. He has previously drove for Marussia Virgin Racing during the 2011 Formula One World Championship. As a result of the one-race ban given to Romain Grosjean for actions at the start of the 2012 Belgian Grand Prix, d'Ambrosio replaced the Frenchman for the 2012 Italian Grand Prix. In 2016, he is competing in Formula E driving for Dragon Racing. D'Ambrosio achieved his first Formula E victory in 2015 at the 2015 Berlin ePrix, and a second at the 2016 Mexican ePrix, both as a result of Lucas di Grassi's disqualification.

Pascal WEHRLEIN

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Pascal Wehrlein (born 10 October 1994 in Sigmaringen, Germany) is a German-Mauritian racing driver, who races for Mahindra Racing in the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship.[1] A former DTM Champion and Formula One racer, Wehrlein had several opportunities to join FE due to his connections with Mercedes-Benz, but ultimately signed with Mahindra for the 2018/19 season after failing to secure a return to F1 for 2019. Wehrlein's maiden FE campaign would be a mixed one, with the German racer missing out on a maiden win at the 2019 Mexico City E-Prix after cutting a corner on the final lap. Regardless, Wehrlein would become a consistent point scorer, ending the season in twelfth just behind teammate Jérôme d'Ambrosio.

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NIO FORMULA E TEAM

NIO FORMULA E TEAM
COUNTRY
United Kingdom
FOUNDED
2013

Oliver TURVEY

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Oliver Jonathan Turvey (born 1 April 1987) is a British professional racing driver. He was a notable kart racer, with two national titles, and was the 2006 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner. His career has been supported by the Racing Steps Foundation. He is currently signed to McLaren as a test driver.

Tom DILLMANN

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Tom Dillmann (born 6 April 1989 in Mulhouse) is a French racing driver, formerly competing for NIO Formula E Team, in Formula E. He is probably best known for winning the German Formula Three Championship in the 2010 season and the Formula V8 3.5 Championship in the 2016 3.5 season.

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NISSAN E.DAMS

NISSAN E.DAMS
COUNTRY
France
FOUNDED
1988

Sébastien BUEMI

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Sébastien Olivier Buemi (born 31 October 1988) is a Swiss professional racing driver, who formerly competed for Scuderia Toro Rosso in Formula One. As of 2019, Buemi is a reserve driver for Scuderia Toro Rosso's sister team, Red Bull Racing. Buemi has competed in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Toyota Gazoo Racing (formerly Toyota Racing) since 2012. He became the 2014 World Endurance Champion in the LMP1 class. He won both the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans and, subsequently, the 2018-19 WEC Championship. Buemi has raced FIA Formula E Championship with e.dams Renault since 2014. He won the Formula E Championship in 2015-16.

Oliver ROWLAND

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Oliver Rowland (born 10 August 1992) is a British racecar driver. He is currently competing full-time in the 2019-20 Formula E season driving for Nissan e.Dams. He has previously competed for Manor Motorsport in the 2018 WEC season, and he was also previously the young driver of Williams F1 Team during the 2018 Formula 1 season.

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PANASONIC JAGUAR RACING

PANASONIC JAGUAR RACING
COUNTRY
United Kingdom
FOUNDED
2016

Mitch EVANS

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Mitchell William Evans (born 24 June 1994) is a Formula E driver from New Zealand for Panasonic Jaguar Racing who won the 2012 GP3 Series. He raced in the GP2 Series for four years, placing 14th in 2013, fourth in 2014, fifth in 2015, and 12th in 2016. He previously won the 2010 and 2011 Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand and was runner up in the 2010 Australian Drivers' Championship despite missing three races. When he won the New Zealand Grand Prix in February 2011, it is believed he became the youngest driver to win an international Grand Prix at 16 years old. He won his first Formula E race in the 2019 Rome ePrix.

Alex LYNN

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Alexander George Lynn (born 17 September 1993) is a British racing driver. He is currently competing full-time in the 2018-19 Formula E season driving for Panasonic Jaguar Racing, and will drive for Aston Martin Racing in the upcoming 2018–19 FIA World Endurance Championship. He finished sixth in the 2015 and 2016 GP2 Series, and won the 2017 12 Hours of Sebring.

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VENTURI FORMULA E TEAM

VENTURI FORMULA E TEAM
COUNTRY
Monaco
FOUNDED
2013

Edoardo MORTARA

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Edoardo Mortara (born 12 January 1987) is a professional Swiss-Italian racing driver. Born in Geneva, Switzerland, he holds dual nationality from Switzerland and Italy. He is a former Formula Three Euroseries champion and he almost claimed the DTM title with Audi in 2016. He is a street circuit specialist and renowned as "Mr Macau". Currently, he is racing in the Formula E championship for the Venturi Team. In 2018-2019 season, he claimed a podium finish in Mexico and his first ever FE victory in Hong Kong on 10 March 2019. After his win, a string of bad luck and poor reliability had put Edo out of the championship contention. Despite these problems, he still finished season 5 as the highest-placed Venturi powertrain driver with 52 points (Massa 36 points, Vandoorne 35 points and Paffett 9 points).

Felipe MASSA

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Felipe Massa (born 25 April 1981) is a Brazilian Formula E and former Formula One racing driver. He competed in 15 seasons of Formula One between 2002 and 2017, where he scored 11 Grand Prix victories, 41 podiums and finished as championship runner-up in 2008. Massa started his career in go-karting from the age of eight continuing in national and regional championships for seven years. He moved into Formula Chevrolet and claimed the championship. He moved in Italian Formula Renault in 2000 and won the title along with the European championship. Massa went into Euro Formula 3000 taking the championship in 2001. Massa announced that he would retire from Formula One at the end of the 2016 season. However, the abrupt retirement of 2016 Formula One Champion Nico Rosberg from Mercedes precipitated the late move of Valtteri Bottas from Williams to Mercedes, leaving a late vacancy at Williams. Massa subsequently postponed his retirement, returning to Williams to partner rookie Lance Stroll for the 2017 season. On 4 November 2017, Massa confirmed that he would be retiring from Formula One at the end of the 2017 season.