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Jake Dennis Signs Multi-Year Contract Extension with Andretti

Written by Jake O’Callaghan, Edited by Hugh W

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Formula E World Champion Jake Dennis has signed a multi-year extension to stay at the Andretti Formula E team, the American outfit announced today. Dennis is confirmed to race for the team through Season 11 and beyond. Dennis won the World Championship this year with Andretti after a hard-fought campaign that saw him earn two race wins and eleven podiums, sealing the title with a race to spare in his home E-Prix in London.

In a statement the team made, CEO Michael Andretti stated:

Jake has played a pivotal role in our Formula E team’s recent success. Securing Jake’s commitment underlines our shared vision for consistently competing for victories and championships, and we are confident that this extension will further strengthen our position on the global stage.” He went on to say: “We look forward to breaking more records and achieving new milestones together in the seasons ahead.

In that same statement, Jake Dennis said:

“I began my Formula E journey with Andretti, and I’m excited to continue working with the team that has supported my career in this series.”

He also signalled his confidence for the upcoming Season 11, the second year of the Gen3 era: “I’m super motivated for next year and feel certain that with the dedication, teamwork and investment I’ve seen over the past three years in the team that we’ll be able to fight for more wins and success in the future.

We are super excited to be able to announce the multi-year extension of Jake’s contract” stated Andretti Formula E Team Principal Roger Griffiths. He continued: “his dedication, commitment and focus has been one of the key components contributing to the ongoing success of our Formula E program.”

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Jake Dennis made his debut in Formula E with the then-BMW i Andretti team in 2021, missing out on the championship in his debut year by just eight points to Mercedes rival Nyck De Vries, following a crash for the British driver in the final round at Berlin. However, in 2023 he managed to avenge that loss, being crowned as the first-ever British Formula E champion, and on home soil to boot. He will look to defend that title going into 2024


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