As one of the founding teams of Formula E back in December 2013, ROKiT Venturi Racing has featured on the series’ grid since its very first season of competition.
We’ve raced on every circuit and in almost every circumstance, but this February, we’ll be racing in a World Championship for the very first time.
With its new status – courtesy of the FIA – Formula E moves in-line with Formula 1, WEC, the WRC and WRX and as such, enters the highest tier of international motorsport.
To say we’re excited about this here in Monaco would be an understatement and we can’t wait to kick-start the coming campaign later this month.
To signal the start of Formula E’s chapter as a World Championship, we will again be electrifying the streets of Diriyah but the 2021 opener will also see another series first.
With the help of the latest low-consumption LED lighting technology, we’ll be racing into the night at the UNESCO World Heritage Site for the very first time.
Using fully renewable energy solutions, sustainability remains at the fore and on a track that has favoured us in the past, we can’t wait to go green in Riyadh.
After the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, we’ll be returning to some of our favourite circuits in Season 7 but we’ll also be racing at some new venues.
Despite being the home of pre-season testing since 2017, the Circuit Ricardo Tormo has never held a championship race for Formula E but all of that will change this April.
As the fourth round of the season, the Valencia E-Prix is sure to be a highlight and not only will it be our inaugural event at the circuit, but it will also be our first-ever race in Spain.
The magic of Monaco has always brought excitement and with the return of Formula E’s biennial E-Prix this year, the anticipation is higher than ever.
As the Principality’s only racing team, we’re thrilled to be competing on our home circuit and can’t wait to line-up on the starting grid, located just a stone’s throw away from our Fontvielle base.
Holding many happy memories – including a podium performance in Season 5 – we’ll be hunting for more success on home ground this May.
Following a landmark 2019/20 campaign, Edoardo Mortara is back for more in Season 7 and with a hunger to go racing, he’s ready to hit the ground running in Diriyah.
The coming competition will mark the Swiss-Italian’s fourth as part of the ROKiT Venturi Racing family and not only is Edo our most experienced driver, but he’s also our most successful.
A Formula E winner and multiple podium finisher, we’re looking forward to watching what our in-house street circuit specialist does best this season.
After serving as our long-term Reserve Driver, Norman Nato steps up to a full-time race seat this season and is primed to showcase his proven racing pedigree.
With success on the streets of Monaco, and after taking second place at the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans, Norman is one of the most promising talents on the Season 7 grid.
Learning from Edo’s experience, we can’t wait to see what the 28-year-old Frenchman can achieve in his debut Formula E season.
As we blend youth with experience to create a recipe for success, one thing that will remain the same in Season 7 is the character of ROKiT Venturi Racing and our passion for competition.
With many new elements including new faces and new races, our fighting spirit remains the same and after a transitionary campaign last year, we’re set to show what we’re all about when we take to the track in Diriyah.