The former NIO 333 Racing team will contest Season 10 with the two drivers Sergio Sette Camara and Dan Ticktum under the name ERT Formula E. 333 Racing ended their collaboration with Chinese car manufacturer Nio. The abbreviation ERT stands for Electric Racing Technologies, and the team’s headquarters are in Silverstone in Britain.
Name change: NIO 333 Racing becomes ERT Formula E
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33 TICKTUM Dan (gbr), ERT Formula E Team, ERT X24, hankook, tyre, tire, action during the 2023 Valencia Pre-Season Testing prior the 2023-24 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, on the Circuit de la Comunitat Valenciana Ricardo Tormo from October 24 to 27, 2023 in Valencia, Spain - Photo Thomas Fenetre / DPPI
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