Andretti renews with Porsche in Formula E

Andretti Global has extended its partnership with Porsche in Formula E by two years, with the German brand to continue supplying it through the 2025-26 season.

The two aligned at the start of the GEN3 era last season, and secured the drivers’ title with Jake Dennis, as well as three race wins and 15 podium finishes over the last season-and-a-half — all courtesy of Dennis (pictured above). The British driver remains a title contender this season, currently sitting 13 points behind Porsche factory driver Pascal Wehrlein, who tops the standings.

“It’s an exciting time to be a part of Formula E and we feel confident in our position in the series, which is due in large part to our partnership with Porsche,” said Michael Andretti. “From day one our goal has been to win races and championships, and Porsche has helped us achieve both since joining forces in Season 9. With all the success we’ve shared with the GEN3 car, I can’t wait to see what we can do together in the GEN3 Evo era.”


With the two organizations enjoying a strong and successful partnership in Formula E over the last two years, Andretti team principal Roger Griffiths said “there was never any doubt” that the deal would be extended.

“We are very pleased to announce the extension of the Andretti and Porsche agreement to work together for the next two seasons,” he said. “There was never any doubt in our mind about who we’d want to be working with. We have had a very special relationship with Porsche Motorsport, both on and off the track, and we have seen an awful lot of success together. Hopefully, we can share more success in the future.”

Porsche’s Thomas Laudenbach added that the brand was “obviously very pleased” to renew with Andretti.

“The Andretti name is one of the most renowned in global motorsports, so the contract extension is of particular importance to us,” said Laudenbach, vice president of Porsche Motorsport. “Andretti and the Porsche factory team work together in many areas in Formula E. We drive each other to peak performances.

“The standings at the halfway mark are proof for this: both teams find themselves in the top three, and so do two of the four drivers. Plus, together we are leading the manufacturers’ trophy for Porsche.”

Story originally appeared on Racer