Stéphane Sarrazin, MS&AD Andretti Formula E

FIA Formula E Championship: Landmark in Switzerland.

Final European race of the Formula E season: The Julius Baer Zurich E-Prix is the first circuit race in Switzerland for 63 years.

The ABB FIA Formula E Championship and the MS&AD Andretti Formula E Team will once again break new ground this weekend: For the first time for 63 years, Switzerland will play host to a circuit race – the spectacular Julius Baer Zurich E-Prix. This is also the home event of Julius Baer, global partner of Formula E and strategic partner of BMW, and also represents the final European race of the season. The season finale will take place on 14th/15th July in New York.

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António Félix da Costa, #28 Andretti ATEC-003

An extremely demanding circuit awaits drivers António Félix da Costa and Stéphane Sarrazin in the Swiss metropolis. The 2.46-kilometre track takes them along the banks of the lake and through the banking quarter and city centre. Eleven varied corners – from the hairpin and 90-degree corners to a chicane – make the course a real challenge. The Julius Baer Zurich E-Prix begins on Sunday at 18:04. Julius Baer has been a strategic partner of BMW in the fields of Formula E, golf and classic cars since 2016. The partnership is based on the shared values of visionary thinking and a focus on innovation built on strong tradition.

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António Félix da Costa (#28 Andretti ATEC-003):

“This is another new track and new country for Formula E this season, which is always great to see and a new challenge. The track looks tricky - very twisty and tight, with two long straights, which will make it good for racing. I'm looking forward to getting the MS&AD Andretti Formula E team back into the points as we reach the last part of the season.”

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Stéphane Sarrazin (#27 Andretti ATEC-003):

“I am really excited to go to my second race with the MS&AD Andretti Formula E team. I learned a lot in Berlin and we have done some good simulator sessions leading into Zurich. The track is more of a typical Formula E track, being very narrow and more tricky than Berlin. We will do our best and look to score points.”

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