Jean-Éric Vergne

Jean-Eric is the first FIA Formula E Double Champion having won Season 4 and 5 back to back.

  • Hometown
  • Pontoise, France
  • Resides
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Birthdate
  • 25th April 1990
  • Sport
  • Formula 1 & Formula E

Bio

Jean-Eric Vergne “JEV” has always steered his career in the fast lane; achieving an impressive track record of successes to date. JEV is unique in  being the only driver to race for three different Formula E teams. These have included Andretti in his debut season (2014) before switching to Virgin Racing for his second campaign and then moving for a third season to DS Techeetah. He has been Champion or Vice-Champion in every category in which he competed before entering Formula One.

JEV is the first FIA Formula E Double World Champion having won the Season 4 (2017/18) and Season 5 (2018/19) FIA Formula E Championship back to back. He was also instrumental in steering his team, DS Techeetah, to winning the FIA Formula E Team Championship consecutively in Season 5 and 6. Since joining Formula E in 2015, JEV has achieved an impressive nine wins, twenty-three podiums and eleven pole positions.

JEV has continued to race in ELMS and the FIA World Endurance Championship, having won the ELMS Championship in 2018 and achieving an impressive win at Le Mans 24 hours (which was later declassified due to a technical infringement by the team).

Prior to JEV’s career in Formula E, he spent three years as official driver of Toro Rosso Formula One Team, where he left with more points than any other Toro Rosso driver at the time.

He is currently sponsored by Hugo Boss, Tag Heuer and DS Automobiles. He is also one of five drivers in Leonardo DiCaprio’s new film about Formula E, ‘And We Go Green’.

Racing Career

2020

  DS Techeetah Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

  FIA Formula E Team Champion

– G Drive Racing Driver, European Le Mans Series

– G Drive Racing Driver, FIA World Endurance Championship (Spa and Le Mans 24)

Please amend 2019 to read as follows:

2019

  FIA Formula E World Champion

  FIA Formula E Team Champion

– DS Techeetah Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

– G Drive Racing Driver, European Le Mans Series

– G Drive Racing Driver, FIA World Endurance Championship (Spa and Le Mans 24)

2018

– FIA Formula E World Champion

– European Le Mans Series Champion

– Techeetah Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

– G Drive Racing Driver, European Le Mans Series

– G Drive Racing Driver, FIA World Endurance Championship (Spa and Le Mans 24)

2017

– Techeetah Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

– CEFC Manor TRS Racing Driver, FIA World Endurance Championship

2016

– DS Virgin Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

– Scuderia Ferrari Development Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

2015

– Andretti Autosport Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

– Scuderia Ferrari Development Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

2014

– Scuderia Toro Rosso Official Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

2013

– Scuderia Toro Rosso Official Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

2012

– Scuderia Toro Rosso Official Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

2011 – 2007

– Red Bull Racing Test & Reserve Driver, FIA Formula One World Championship

– 2nd in Formula Renault 3.5 Championship in 2011

– 1st in British Formula 3 Championship in 2010

– 2nd in Formula Renault 2.0 WEC in 2009

– 2nd in Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup in 2009

– 1st in Formula Campus Renault in 2007

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