D’Ambrosio: ‘I’m proud of my career as a driver and very grateful – I’ve had so much fun’

ROKiT Venturi Racing appointed Jerome D’Ambrosio as its deputy team principal ahead of the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, and we spoke to the Belgian about his decision to hang up his crash helmet, on joining Venturi’s management and his position as one of Formula E’s 100 percenters. I feel very privileged to have raced in Formula 1 and Formula E, from the very first race and for the whole duration of the championship.”. That race win in Marrakesh, Season 5, was an undoubted highlight of his time in Formula E – a championship in which he has been a fixture since day one, competing in every race to-date and one of only a handful of drivers to have done so. I have won races and the last one, in Marrakesh, was incredible. The transition is one I have really wanted to make, and the role is perfect – exactly what I wanted to be doing. So many drivers want to join Formula E now – it’s incredibly competitive.

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