Jaguar Racing Formula E team confirms the 27-year-old Mitch Evans as a driver with a new multi-year contract, ahead of his 62nd race with Jaguar Racing.
The new-zealander driver has been a part of the Jaguar Racing family since the team became the first premium manufacturer to join Formula E in 2016.
The British Formula E team has a race-winning pedigree with Evans – who has been with the British team since its inception in 2016 – seeing the partnership strengthening year on year. The news follows the confirmation that Jaguar Racing have committed to the Formula E Gen3 era as part of Jaguar’s journey to becoming an all-electric brand from 2025.
As Evans heads to Berlin to compete in his 62nd Formula E race, with Jaguar Racing the New Zealander has won two races, been on the podium 10 times and is keen to propel the team to the top of the championship during the upcoming seasons. The 27-year-old currently sits eighth in the drivers’ standings – only six points behind teammate Sam Bird who sits third – and is hungry to fight for more success.
Source: Jaguar Racing