Great BritainJaguar TCS Racing

Jaguar TCS Racing
Team Principal
James Barclay
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jaguar.de/jaguar-racing/index.html
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After a twelve-year absence from motorsport, Jaguar returned to the international stage for the 2016/17 Formula E season. The Formula E team is thus the direct successor to the former Formula 1 racing team, which was taken over by Red Bull Racing in 2005. The British brand looks back on a long history in motorsport: Between 1951 and 1990, the "big cat" won the 24 Hours of Le Mans seven times. Jaguar became sports car world champion, European touring car champion, won the Monte Carlo Rally and the 24 Hours of Daytona several times.

In Formula E, Jaguar was the first newcomer after the championship was founded and took over the starting slot of the retired "Trulli Formula E Team." Due to the two-year experience gap to their competition, it took some time before Jaguar was able to fight for podiums and victories. Although the Brits had signed Season 1 champion Nelson Piquet Jr, it was his teammate Mitch Evans who eventually took Jaguar's first victory in Formula E at the 2018 Rome E-Prix.

With Evans and Sam Bird, who switched from Virgin to Jaguar before the 2021 season, the team presumably had one of the strongest driver pairings in Formula E and has always been one of the contenders for victory in recent years. In 2021 and 2023, Jaguar finished second in the team standings.

For the 2024 season, the team signed runner-up Nick Cassidy to take over from Sam Bird.

Main Drivers

Reserve Drivers

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Statistics

0

Championships

16

Wins

1

Best Race Position

8.17

Ø Race Position

43

Podiums

8

Pole Positions

21

Super Pole Participations

32

Group Wins

21.57

Ø Grid Position

17

Fastest Laps

20

FANBOOSTs

1,342

Points

106

Races

6,921

Race Laps

17,404.42 km

Race Distance

37

Test Days

3,870

Test Laps

12,222.77 km

Test Distance

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