Written by Olly Radley
Ahead of Formula E’s inaugural rookie test at the Berlin E-Prix, Andretti have become the third team to announce which drivers will be representing them in the test.
Zane Maloney will be partnering IndyLights champion Linus Lundqvist in the red and black Avalanche Andretti cars. Zane Maloney is Carlin’s latest F2 star after taking the F3 scene by storm in 2022, finishing 2nd overall at the conclusion of the championship. The Bajan ace also doubles as Red Bull’s reserve driver.
Linus Lundqvist meanwhile is a proven winner on the feeder series scene, with the British F3, FRAC, and IndyLights crown all to his name by the age of 24. Despite his IndyLights success last season with HMD, the Swede was unfortunately unable to land an Indy seat. Luckily, his efforts haven’t gone unnoticed, especially by IndyCar and Formula E giants Andretti, who’ve offered him a chance to impress on the Formula E scene in two weeks time in Berlin.
Andretti’s announcement follows the news of Ye Yifei and David Beckmann driving for Porsche, and Jack Aitken for Envision. That’s it from me, though, so goodbye for now.