333 Racing has confirmed its intention to stay within the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship when it strikes into the Gen3 period in season 9.
The NIO 333 FE Team will proceed to be on the grid when the sequence introduces its extra highly effective and lighter vehicles that can cost sooner and convey extra efficiency, all while protecting the prices low.
As the Chief Executive Officer of the one Chinese staff on the Formula E grid, Vincent Wang has welcomed the evolution of the championship, and he says he’s proud for 333 Racing to be part of a sequence on the forefront of sustainable growth.
“We have experienced the development of Formula E since its inception and now, as it blossoms into an FIA World Championship, we welcome the evolution in to its third generation,” stated Wang.
“We joined many conferences with the FIA and Formula E relating to the Gen3 technical roadmap once we joined the Formula E household as 333 Racing final 12 months.
“We are delighted to affix the checklist of producers that can proceed within the sequence and we anticipate to see additional change because the Formula E develops; metabolism is the target legislation of growth.
“Formula E is still the best new-energy racing series featuring sustainable development, worldwide influence and is at the forefront of electric mobility technology innovation – we at NIO 333 Formula E Team are extremely proud to continue to be part of it.”
Jamie Reigle, the Chief Executive Officer of Formula E, says 333 Racing’s dedication to the championship is ‘fantastic news’, and he can’t wait to work alongside the staff heading into the Gen3 period.
“333 Racing Team confirming their intention to compete in the Gen3 era is fantastic news and further evidence of Formula E’s unique position as a global sport, technology proving ground and marketing platform,” stated Reigle.
“The staff has made a strategic choice to construct their very own powertrain and management their aggressive future. We look ahead to working with the NIO 333 Formula E Team to develop the following part of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship.
“As a Chinese owned and operated team, 333 Racing will further our ambition of accelerating a shift to electric mobility in China and beyond.”