Season 10 of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship officially kicks off with the Mexico City E-Prix on Saturday 13 January.

Maserati is proud to continue its presence in the all-electric series, the most innovative on the international motorsport scene, where the Modena-based manufacturer is the first and only luxury Italian automotive brand in the championship.

Following the announcement in late September of the new driver line-up for the 2024 season, with race winner Maximilian Günther joined by this year’s only rookie, Jehan Daruvala – Maserati MSG Racing is preparing for a new challenge in the all-electric single-seater world championship.

Last season saw Maserati MSG Racing frequently fight it out in the top ten, finishing the championship in sixth place, as a result of three podium placings and a race victory for Max Günther.

The German driver has already given fans of the iconic Trident several moments of glory – including gold with a P1 in Jakarta and P3 on the podium at Maserati’s home race in Rome – interspersing a year as intense as it was promising.

For Maserati, 2024 will be a year dedicated to the search for new competitive goals and new objectives in terms of technological innovation.

The return to the track marked not only a reminder of the Italian manufacturer’s championship winning racing pedigree, but also the arrival of an important historical moment, devoted to Folgore, Maserati’s all-electric range. By 2025 all Maserati models will feature an all-electric variant.


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