Did you know...Lotterer won the Le Mans 24 Hours on three occasions as well as the 2012 World Endurance Championship?
Andre Lotterer made his debut in Formula E for Techeetah in Season Four alongside teammate Jean-Eric Vergne.
After struggling to master the series in the initial rounds, Lotterer soon earned a reputation as an unforgiving rival after he and teammate Vergne brought home the first one-two finish in the series in Santiago. Two podium finishes for the German driver then followed towards the end of the season, earning him a place in the top ten at the end of the season. For Season 5, the German driver continues on with newly named DS Techeetah alongside Jean-Eric Vergne.
Born in Duisburg in 1981, Lotterer was raised in Nivelles, Belgium. Best known for his success in endurance racing with the works Audi and Porsche teams - including three victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the drivers' title of the FIA World Endurance Championship - Lotterer has also competed in the Japanese Super Formula series for over a decade, winning the title in 2011.
Making a name for himself at a young age through success in both German and British Formula 3 championships, Lotterer took on the role of test driver for the Jaguar Formula One team in 2002. Despite this, it wasn't until 2014 that he raced in Formula One for Caterham - replacing Kamui Kobayashi - at the Belgian Grand Prix.