• Media ID-2876

    Veloce Racing, co-founded by the team behind its industry-leading sister organisation Veloce Esports, counts double Formula E Champion and former Formula 1 driver Jean-Éric Vergne in its backroom staff, with legendary designer Adrian Newey driving the operation as ‘Lead Visionary’.

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    Jamie Chadwick

    One of the UK’s brightest young talents, Jamie Chadwick brings a wealth of experience to the table with multiple titles to her name. After taking her first steps in car racing in the Ginetta Junior Championship, she made a spectacular breakthrough by winning the 2015 British GT Championship in the GT4 class. Chadwick moved to the British Formula 3 Championship in 2017, and in 2019 cruised to the MRF Challenge Formula 2000 crown. Later that same year, she went on to become the first-ever W Series Champion with a pair of victories and five podium finishes from six races. Extreme E marks an altogether new challenge for Jamie, as it represents her competitive off-road debut. She will dovetail her Veloce Racing commitments in 2021 with a return to the W Series in defence of her crown.

  • Media ID-4177

    Stéphane Sarrazin

    Stéphane Sarrazin has enjoyed a long and diverse career in the sport. Whilst perhaps best-known for his sportscar racing exploits – with six podium finishes in the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours, two Le Mans Series titles and multiple victories in the FIA World Endurance Championship to his name – he has an extremely versatile CV. In 1999, the Frenchman contested the Brazilian Grand Prix and continued to carry out Formula 1 testing duties until the end of 2002. Four seasons in Formula E yielded three rostrum visits, while in 2011 and 2012, he tested his mettle in Australia’s V8 Supercars Championship. Since 2004, he has also made successful appearances in the FIA World Rally Championship. From 22 starts at the highest level, he has achieved ten points-scoring results. Sarrazin’s first international rallying triumph came on the 2014 Tour de Corse, and from three Monte-Carlo Rally outings, he has never finished lower than fourth.

DRIVER LINEUP

  • Media ID-4175

    Jamie Chadwick

    One of the UK’s brightest young talents, Jamie Chadwick brings a wealth of experience to the table with multiple titles to her name. After taking her first steps in car racing in the Ginetta Junior Championship, she made a spectacular breakthrough by winning the 2015 British GT Championship in the GT4 class. Chadwick moved to the British Formula 3 Championship in 2017, and in 2019 cruised to the MRF Challenge Formula 2000 crown. Later that same year, she went on to become the first-ever W Series Champion with a pair of victories and five podium finishes from six races. Extreme E marks an altogether new challenge for Jamie, as it represents her competitive off-road debut. She will dovetail her Veloce Racing commitments in 2021 with a return to the W Series in defence of her crown.

  • Media ID-4177

    Stéphane Sarrazin

    Stéphane Sarrazin has enjoyed a long and diverse career in the sport. Whilst perhaps best-known for his sportscar racing exploits – with six podium finishes in the legendary Le Mans 24 Hours, two Le Mans Series titles and multiple victories in the FIA World Endurance Championship to his name – he has an extremely versatile CV. In 1999, the Frenchman contested the Brazilian Grand Prix and continued to carry out Formula 1 testing duties until the end of 2002. Four seasons in Formula E yielded three rostrum visits, while in 2011 and 2012, he tested his mettle in Australia’s V8 Supercars Championship. Since 2004, he has also made successful appearances in the FIA World Rally Championship. From 22 starts at the highest level, he has achieved ten points-scoring results. Sarrazin’s first international rallying triumph came on the 2014 Tour de Corse, and from three Monte-Carlo Rally outings, he has never finished lower than fourth.