Founded by Jay Penske, Dragon Racing became one of the ten teams competing in the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship after many successful years competing in the North American IndyCar racing series. The accomplishments of the team’s key personnel places Dragon Racing in the enviable position of having one of the most experienced teams in the Formula E Paddock. Collectively the team’s crew has over 150 years of racing experience, with over 275 race wins, 24 Indy 500 victories, and 17 series championships
- Le Mans 24 Hours Champion & Winner
- World Endurance Champion for Audi in LMP1 Category
- Super GT Champion & Winner
- French Formula Renault Champion & Winner
- French Formula Campus champion & Winner
- Multiple Karting Champion
- European Formula Master Champion
- Multiple Race Winner in Formula Renault and GP2
- F1 race experience with Marussia Virgin Racing and Lotus
Congratulations to everyone at Dragon Racing
Runner-up in the 2015 Formula E Championship!
Using the very latest technology, the zero emission SRT_01E stretches the boundaries of what is currently achievable in electric motorsport. Made from carbon fiber and aluminum, the chassis is both super lightweight and incredibly strong and fully complies with the latest FIA crash tests.
Providing the electric powertrain and electronics is McLaren Electronics Systems, the world leader in high-performance technology for motorsport. Williams Advanced Engineering supplies the batteries producing 200kw, the equivalent of 270bhp. This is linked to a five-speed paddle shift sequential gearbox, supplied by Hewland.
Systems integration will be carried out by Official Technical Partner Renault, a leader in electric vehicles and an expert in motorsport thanks to its Renault Sport Technologies and Renault Sport F1 programmes.
Williams Advanced Engineering, part of the Williams group of companies that includes the world famous Williams F1 Team, will supply the batteries for the SRT_01E producing 200kw, the equivalent of 270bhp.
Powertrain & Electronics
World leading McLaren Electronic Systems will supply the electronics for the SRT_01E in addition to the powertrain.
Newly formed Spark Racing Technology, based in France and led by the experienced Frédéric Vasseur, will build a total of 42 SRT_01E cars for the first season of the FIA Formula E Championship.
Monocoque chassis designed and constructed by leading Italian firm Dallara. Made from carbon fibre and aluminium, the chassis is both super lightweight and incredibly strong and fully complies with the 2014 FIA crash tests – the same used to regulate Formula One.
All SRT_01E cars will be fitted with bespoke 18″ treaded tyres specially designed by Michelin for use in both wet and dry condtions. Drivers will receive three sets to cover both their cars for a full race day with the tyres themselves providing high durability in all weather conditions and surfaces.
The Race Circuit
The inaugural Formula E season began in Beijing in September 2014, and will run through June, 2015 with the final race of the season taking place in London.
The teams are racing around the streets of some of the world’s leading cities, including Beijing, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, London and Miami.
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- South America
11175 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA
Donington Park, Castle Donington
Derby DE74 2RP, United Kingdom
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What Is Formula E?
Excitement on and off the track
Formula-E is a new FIA championship featuring Formula cars powered exclusively by electric energy. It represents a vision for the future of the motor industry over the coming decades, serving as a framework for research and development around the electric vehicle, accelerating general interest in these cars and promoting sustainability.
Environmental issues promoting sustainability
The Championship will compete in the heart of 10 of the world’s leading cities – including London and Los Angeles – racing around their iconic landmarks. For the inaugural season, 10 teams, each with two drivers, will go head-to-head creating a unique and exciting racing series designed to appeal to a new generation of motor-sport fan.
Energy that powers the vehicles
The Championship centers around three core values of Energy, Environment and Entertainment and is a fusion of engineering, technology, sport, science, design, music and entertainment – all combining to drive the change towards an electric future.