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The exciting finale of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship on the Berlin Tempelhof circuit saw Jaguar Racing finish runners-up for season seven. While narrowly missing out on claiming victory by just four points, this season has been the most successful so far in Jaguar Racing’s five year Formula E campaign, with an impressive seven podiums, two wins, one pole position and 177 points scored.

New Zealander Mitch Evans finished fourth overall for the season, securing five podiums for the team. British teammate Sam Bird finished sixth in the championships, achieving two wins, three podiums and a pole position.
Jaguar Racing headed into the final race of the season leading the teams’ standings by five points. Mitch Evans was in a strong position to win the drivers’ title by making it into Super Pole from group one and qualifying third, but the race started with heartbreak for the front-runner when his race car had a technical fault and didn’t launch off the line.

Sam Bird scored valuable points and held off the chasing pack in the teams’ championship. After a tricky qualifying, he expertly manoeuvered his way through the field, climbing fifteen places to finish seventh.

James Barclay, Team Director Jaguar Racing, said, “As a team, we put ourselves in a position to fight for both the drivers’ and teams’ championship this season and that’s what we’re most proud of...This has been our best season and we have made huge progress...We’ll be back next year to fight for the title and to make it to the top step.”

Jaguar Racing is already looking to the season ahead, where the team will chase more points, podiums and wins when it starts in January 2022 in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.