Dan Ticktum had a promising junior career and finished second to Lando Norris in the 2013 CIK-FIA European karting championship, tied on points with the McLaren F1 driver.
Showcasing some impressive street racing credentials around the infamous blacktop that makes up the Macau Grand Prix, Ticktum won the event two years in a row in 2017 and 2018, beating Lando Norris and Callum Illot respectively. The Brit added his name to a short list of drivers to who have multiple times in Macau - a list that also features current Formula E winners Antonio Felix da Costa and Edoardo Mortara.
There was further success in the 2018 FIA Formula E European Championship, as Ticktum finished runner-up to Mick Schumacher.
Two seasons in the FIA Formula 2 Championship followed, a victory at home in Silverstone came in his rookie season with his best run in 2021 when the young Brit finished fourth in the standings - picking up three victories, including around the famous streets of Monaco.
All-electric racing beckoned for Ticktum for the 2021/22 season as the Brit joined the NIO 333 team. In a baptism of fire, he pulled off some highlight performances with scoring his first point in Rome, impressing in qualifying in Monaco and reaching the Duels in the final race in Seoul.
Ticktum continues with NIO for Season 9 and the all-new Gen3 era, looking to build on his learnings as he heads towards his sophomore campaign in Formula E.