In 2014 we created a special team with one simple purpose, to use our platform to inspire generations to tackle climate change and transition to E-mobility and Renewable energy.
Owned by leading digital energy company Envision Group, Envision Racing is one of the founding and leading outfits in the FIA Formula E World Championship – A Championship that is more than just a racing series, it's a battle for the future. Our cars, powered by pure electricity, pave the way for the cars of tomorrow.
The team was part of the series’ inaugural race held in Beijing and has gone on to compete in all races to date. During that time, the team has scored more than 800 points, including 11 race wins and 26 podiums, making it one of the highest points scorers of all time.
Season 1 Review
The inaugural season of the all-electric Championship saw Racing line up against nine other teams in 11 races.
Season 2 Review
The second season of the championship saw the team partner with French automotive company, DS Performance, and become DS Racing.
Season 3 Review
Bird was retained for a third season and was joined by Argentinian driver Jose Maria Lopez at DS Racing.
Season 4 Review
Impressive rookie, Alex Lynn, joined the team full-time for season four to accompany Sam Bird in the DS Racing car.
Formula E granted World Championship status for 2020/21 season
Team secures win in opening race of Season 6 in Diriyah.
Team host Innovation Summit ahead of NYC E-Prix
Sam Bird wins the Santiago E-Prix, becoming the first driver and team to have won in every season to date
Team unveil new team identity and Gen2 livery for Season 5
Envision Group announced as the team’s new majority owner
Team moves to new state-of-the-art HQ at Silverstone Park
Team launch new Race Against Climate Change initiative ahead of Hong Kong E-Prix
The team finishes 3rd overall in the championship
Sam Bird wins in London becoming the first driver to win his home E-Prix – one of only two drivers to have achieved this feat
Team and Sam Bird take maiden win at the Putrajaya E-Prix.
Team takes part in inaugural E-Prix in Beijing where Sam Bird finishes third and collects the team’s first Formula E podium