From Rome to Jakarta, it’s been Jaguar all the way! After a thumping double win at Rome, Mitch Evans seized his third victory of the season and secured the fastest lap for Jaguar TCS Racing at the first-ever Formula E World Championship in Jakarta. The president of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, conferred the trophy to Mitch Evans for winning the ninth Formula E round at the Jakarta International E-Prix Circuit. Sam Bird, who started the race at the 14th position, finished ninth. He demonstrated the pace of the Jaguar I-TYPE in very challenging conditions and collected valuable points for the team.
Steering towards transformation
During their multi-year partnership, TCS and Jaguar will ‘Reimagine Racing’ and drive innovation, technology, and sustainability. Click here to discover the purpose behind the Jaguar TCS Racing partnership. Jaguar TCS Racing’s focus now shifts to Marrakesh, New York, and London, before ending the 2021-2022 season with the Seoul E-Prix on August 13 and 14, 2022.