Jerome D'Ambrosio

Race winning driver in the FIA Formula E Championship

  • Hometown
  • Etterbeek, Belgium
  • Resides
  • Monaco
  • Birthdate
  • 27/12/1985
  • Sport
  • Formula E

Bio

Jerome D’Ambrosio has been racing in the FIA Formula E Championship since the first season. The Belgian is a three-time race winner of the series, with multiple podiums and two pole positions. Having raced with Dragon Racing for the first four seasons, Jerome is in his second season racing for the Mahindra Formula E team.

As well as his commitments with Formula E, Jerome has worked with ‘The Grand Tour’ on Amazon Prime, featuring as their test driver. Jerome also works closely with Hugo Boss and Julius Baer as a brand ambassador, and used to have a key ambassadorial role with VISA when they sponsored Formula E for the first three seasons.  Jerome is a global traveler and high profile on the celebrity circuit and is regularly found among the celebrity elite.  D’Ambrosio started his journey in karting before progressing up the single-seater ranks in Formula Renault, Formula Renault 3.5, Formula Masters and GP2. The GP2 race winner then went on to join the Renault F1 driver development program in 2004 and was eventually promoted to official test driver in 2010.  He made his Formula One debut a year later with Marussia F1 Team before linking up with Lotus F1 Team as a test and reserve driver the following season.

Racing Career

2018 – 2020: Mahindra Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

2014 – 2018: Dragon Racing Driver, FIA Formula E Championship

2014: M-Sport Driver, Blancpain Endurance Series

2013: Lotus F1 Team Reserve Driver, FIA Formula One Championship

2012: Lotus F1 Team Driver, FIA Formula One Championship

2011: Marussia Virgin F1 Racing Driver, FIA Formula One Championship

2010: Virgin F1 Test Driver, FIA Formula One Championship Renault F1 Test Driver, FIA Formula One Championship DAMS Driver, GP2 Series

Other Clients

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Allan McNish

Motorsport
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André Lotterer

Formula E & WEC
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Dario Franchitti

Motorsport
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Guanyu Zhou

Formula 2
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Jean-Éric Vergne

Formula 1 & Formula E
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Juan-Pablo Montoya

F1, NASCAR & IndyCar
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Katherine Legge

Formula E
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Lucas Di Grassi

Formula E & WEC
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Nick Cassidy

Super Formula
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Oliver Turvey

Formula E
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Pedro de la Rosa

Formula 1
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Pietro Fittipaldi

Verizon IndyCar Series
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Sam Bird

Formula E & WEC
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Sergio Perez

Formula 1