Lotterer set to exit Formula E as Andretti split confirmed

Lotterer set to exit Formula E as Andretti split confirmed
Image source: motorsport
P1racenews AI automatic summary:

Lotterer set to exit Formula E as Andretti split confirmed

“Andretti confirmed that Andre Lotterer will not be returning to the team in 2024, expressing gratitude for his efforts and wishing him luck in future endeavors. Lotterer’s departure comes after a challenging season, finishing 18th in the standings and with a best result of fourth place in Mexico City. His teammate, Jake Dennis, had a strong season with 11 podium finishes and two victories, ultimately becoming the champion. This announcement likely marks the end of Lotterer’s Formula E career, which began with Techeetah in the 2017/18 season before moving to Porsche and then Andretti. Despite securing seven second-place finishes, Lotterer couldn’t secure a victory and recorded his best championship finish of eighth place in his first three seasons. Lotterer is expected to focus on his commitments in the World Endurance Championship with Porsche in 2024, and Andretti has yet to announce his replacement for the 2023/24 season. Furthermore, Andretti Autosport has rebranded its entire operation as Andretti Global.”

Read the original article

Source: Motorsport.com

Related posts