Norman Nato & Sacha Fenestraz, Nissan, FE, Formula E

A McLaren partner bought two Jaguar parts next year

There will be many changes in April next year. In addition to the DAMS recall, they will also have a partner team through McLaren, and a full driver change has been announced.

Team champion, Sebastien Buemi, has already announced his departure to Envision-Jaguar. instead of As expected Sacha Finisteraz, who was already able to introduce himself in the Dragon for one race, arrived in Seoul in place of the injured Giovinazzi.

As it turns out, Maximilian Günther will not be staying with the team either, but will be replaced by Norman Nato, who missed this year and will also join Seoul. The Frenchman started with Venturi last year, but won the last race after a relatively quiet season. Despite this, he was fired for the following season – this year – due to de Grassi’s arrival.

Both French drivers moved to Jaguar for 2022 and were both reserve drivers on the coast.


“I am very happy to be back as a full-time driver in Formula E with Nissan. The Gen3 era is a fresh start in the championship, I am really excited to be back in and testing the car.

The hard work starts now, I still have a lot to learn and improve in many areas with the team to do my best in the season opener in Mexico City.” It is considered NATO already.

On the other hand, the 23-year-old Fenestraz is in Japan, in the Super Formula and Super GT series. He leads the latter and is currently second in the league.

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“The dream has come true. It’s a huge step for me to be able to drive in a world championship for the first time, against the best drivers. It would be a different challenge because I haven’t driven an electric race car for a whole season. I’m looking forward to it, because street courses are my favourite.” , where there is a lot of danger and no room for error.

Since becoming a beginner, I have a lot of preparation ahead and I still have a lot to learn. This has been my dream for a long time and I am very grateful to Nissan for giving me this opportunity.” Fenestraz indicated.
Despite being a rookie and returning driver, the Nissan team boss is confident in the pair. According to him, experience and youth complement each other well.

In contrast, the Defender of the title Sister team McLaren is also starting with a seat this year. Rene Rast returns to them, who has taken a “vacation” in the Motion Tracking Matrix and the World Endurance Championship.


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