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Double milestone for Jaguar and Mitch Evans

Double milestone for Jaguar and Mitch Evans

Jaguar TCS Racing proudly celebrated reaching a major milestone at the fourth event of the season. The team has been racing in Formula E since Season 3 and made its 100th start in Tokyo. Driver Mitch Evans from New Zealand also lined up for his 100th Formula E race in the Japanese capital. Remarkably, all 100 appearances have been for the Jaguar TCS Racing team.

For decades, Hankook has been one of the first ports of call when it comes to international motorsport. Hankook supplies its race tyres to globally-renowned series, high-class junior formats and popular grassroot events. With new collaborations and partnerships, the company is constantly enhancing its status as a global player on the motorsport scene: in total, Hankook is actively involved in more than 50 series in 2023. Since Season 9, Hankook has been the new and exclusive technical partner and tyre supplier of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. In close cooperation with Formula E, the iON Race was developed for the world championship. Roughly 30 percent of the high-performance tyre is made of sustainable materials. With this commitment, Hankook is taking another pioneering step towards energy efficiency and sustainability in motorsport. The premium tyre maker’s portfolio covers a broad spectrum. This includes the 24H Series powered by Hankook, one of the most prestigious endurance series in the world, as well as the FIA ERC4 Junior Championship on the rally scene, popular touring car championships ADAC TCR Germany and TCR Italy, many high-class one-make cups for a wide range of renowned manufacturers, junior single-seater series, and assorted international racing events.

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Double milestone for Jaguar and Mitch Evans

09 EVANS Mitch (nzl), Jaguar TCS Racing, Jaguar I-Type 6, action during the 2024 Tokyo ePrix, 4th meeting of the 2023-24 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, on the Tokyo Street Circuit from March 28 to 30, 2024 in Tokyo, Japan - Photo Florent Gooden / DPPI

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