The Formula E finale is over and the new world champion has been found in Stoffel Vandoorne (30). Now comes the big chair shift. Because more drivers are changing teams than ever before.
“It’s a dream come true for me. I’m really looking forward to finally getting started and winning races with this team,” says the Portuguese. “I’ve been beaten by a Porsche so many times in my career, not just in Formula E, so I know: Porsche will do anything to win.”
André Lotterer, who has to vacate the factory cockpit for Da Costa, is reportedly switching to the new Porsche customer team Andretti and is supposed to drive another Formula E season there alongside Jake Dennis. It’s not official yet.
Ex-Audi driver Lucas di Grassi, who completed his 100th race in the world’s first electric series and scored his 1000th point at the weekend in Seoul, switches from Venturi to Mahindra and remains in Formula E for further records.