Formula E’s Season 7 line-up

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.

24 cars, 24 drivers, 12 teams but only one winner.
Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler

Drivers: Lucas di Grassi – Rene Rast

BMW i Andretti Motorsport

Drivers: Jake Dennis – Maximilian Guenther

DRAGON / PENSKE AUTOSPORT

Drivers: Nico Mueller – Sergio Sette Camara

DS TECHEETAH

Antonio Felix da Costa – Jean-Eric Vergne

Envision Virgin Racing

Robin Frijns – Nick Cassidy

Jaguar Racing

Sam Bird – Mitch Evans

Mahindra Racing

Alexander Sims – Alex Lynn

Mercedes-Benz EQ

Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne – Nyck de Vries

NIO 333 Formula E

Oliver Turvey – Tom Blomqvist

NISSAN E.DAMS

Oliver Rowland – Sebastien Buemi

ROKiT VENTURI RACING

Edoardo Mortara – Norman Nato

TAG HEUER PORSCHE FORMULA E

Andre Lotterer – Pascal Wehrlein

Formula E will be shown live across the BBC throughout Season 7, following the extension of its partnership with BBC Sport; ensuring the championship’s army of British fans won’t miss a minute of the 2020/21 campaign.
Comprehensive, live and free-to-air coverage will air on BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website, with some races also airing live on BBC television channels, schedules permitting.

Coverage will begin with Formula E’s first races as an FIA World Championship in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, on February 26 & 27, 2021.

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