Last season Eriksson provided support to the Jaguar TCS Racing team, travelling to all 16 races as reserve driver. The Swede raced in Formula 4, Formula 3 European Championship and DTM before competing in the Formula E Rookie Test in Marrakesh for DS Virgin Racing in 2018.
The 25-year-old went on to be named reserve for Dragon Racing in 2019 and took part in his second Formula E Rookie Test. He made his debut proper the 2021 Puebla E-Prix for DRAGON/PENSKE AUTOSPORT and then finished the final seven races of the season for the team.
"It’s really exciting to be remaining with Jaguar TCS Racing this season as a reserve driver," said Eriksson. "I’ve really enjoyed my time with the team over the past year, so I’m looking forward to continuing to support them this season."
Dillman has been a part of Jaguar TCS Racing across the last three seasons. The Frenchman has been racing since the early 2000s and has competed in around 300 races during that time. His career highlights include being crowned champion of the 2016 Formula V8 3.5 series and 2010 German Formula 3. Dillmann has competed in 23 E-Prix since 2017 with Venturi and NIO.
"This will be my fourth season with the team as reserve driver, something I’m extremely proud of. We have come so close to winning the World Championship over the past few seasons, so I can’t wait to do everything I can to support the team in achieving this goal," says Dillman.
"Our reserve, test and simulator drivers are absolutely integral to the team’s success and play an incredibly important role within Jaguar TCS Racing," adds James Barclay, Jaguar TCS Racing Team Principal. "We are very pleased to extend our relationship with both Joel and Tom. They played a crucial role cementing the Jaguar I-TYPE 6 as the most successful race car on the grid in the 2022/23 season, and we are excited for both drivers to continue their role in the Jaguar TCS Racing family."
Where, when and how to watch or stream the 2024 Hankook Mexico City E-Prix
The first track action of the year gets underway on Friday 12 January with Free Practice 1 at 16:25 local time, 22:25 UTC.
Then it's on to race day on Saturday 13 January as Free Practice 2 kicks off the day at 07:25, qualifying follows at 09:40 as the field of 22 drivers battle for the Julius Baer Pole Position to get the best start to the opening round of Season 10 when the lights go out at 14:00 local/20:00 UTC.