Next race: DIRIYAH, SA: 22 & 23 Nov 2019


Having won the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Young Driver Award in 2008, Formula E driver Sims has competed in Formula 3, GP3, LMP2 and GT programmes across Europe and in the USA.

"It was clear Alexander was a fine driver early in his career and he was a dominant winner of the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award in 2008. He very quickly realised he had to work on all elements of the sport to make the most of his chances. I believe he had the ability to go further than he did on the single-seater ladder, but it is great to see his intelligent and honest approach paying dividends with BMW in endurance racing and Formula E."

Kevin Turner, Autosport editor

Latest news

Sims confirms 2019/20 Formula E drive with BMW i Andretti Motorsport

Following his maiden season in the all-electric racing series, British racing driver Alexander Sims will continue his ABB FIA Formula E Championship campaign in 2019/20 with BMW i Andretti Motorsport.

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Are we there yet? What obstacles are left to overcome before EVs are widely accepted?

Although the tide is certainly turning on ICE vehicles, public perception about EVs is still a little slow to follow. We’re seeing new and exciting models but what are the factors that are still holding people back?

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Formula E season reflections: Five things I’ve learned

My first season in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship will certainly be memorable! There were huge highs and some pretty low lows along the way, but as a team we made it through the turbulent times and got to celebrate together with a podium at the season finale in New York.

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Partners & sponsors

“We’re extremely excited to be working with someone so passionate about renewable energy. People need someone that can capture their imagination, someone who can demonstrate that the phenomenal power of renewable energy doesn’t mean compromising on performance. And with Alexander in the driving seat, it’s going to be that much easier to inspire people to work towards a low-carbon future.”

Chris Russell, Tonik Energy Managing Director