Andretti shows off new red, white and blue Formula E livery

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Andretti shows off new red, white and blue Formula E livery

Andretti Formula E Team becomes the first outfit in the Andretti Global family to showcase its new identity with the covers off a new livery.

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The new-look red, white and blue livery will make its debut at the Formula E's pre-season test next week at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain - the site of World Champion Jake Dennis' maiden win in the world's leading electric race series.

The American outfit currently operates in eight motorsport championships across six continents boasting over 260 wins with an appetite to expand its worldwide footprint into other major series'.

"Andretti Global is built on a foundation of racing excellence, and it’s been rewarding to see our history and success come together in such a seamless, visual way,” said Michael Andretti, CEO and Chairman of Andretti Global. “The special Formula E livery we’re running in Valencia is a great representation of what we set out to achieve with this rebrand, and it’s fitting that the first time the Andretti Global brand will be on full display will be riding along with a reigning World Champion.”

In addition to the special livery design, Dennis will sport a new number on his Porsche 99X Electric. As incumbent World Champion, the Brit is set to run the No. 1 on his car for Season 10

“I've always wanted to earn the right to use the No. 1 at some point in my career, and to do so for the first time in our new Andretti Global livery makes the moment even more special,” he said.

Dennis is joined by Norman Nato at the team, with the Frenchman’s Porsche 99x Electric bearing the No. 17, a heartfelt tribute to his late compatriot and friend Jules Bianchi.

“I'm proud to race under the No. 17 for the upcoming season - the number means a lot to me," said Nato. "I started in karting and won championships with the 17, but Jules also raced with the number, which makes it even more special. It's a tribute to a great friend and an outstanding driver.”