Porsche announce Formula E rookies for Season 10

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Porsche announce Formula E rookies for Season 10

Matt Campbell is set to jump into the car at Porsche at next week's Misano Rookie Free Practice session.

Matt Campbell Porsche

Porsche's sportscar racer will take part in FP0 on Formula E's first visit to Misano ahead of Rounds 6 & 7 of Season 10 on the Adriatic Coast - his first taste of Formula E machinery.

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Campbell has more than impressed so far in 2024, with wins at the famed Daytona 24 Hours and Bathurst 12 Hours for Porsche, while he took pole and third position in the FIA World Endurance Championship season-opener in Qatar in March.

Preining and Hauger to test in Berlin

Thomas Preining - a current DTM racer - will joing Dennis Hauger at Porsche for the Rookie Test after May's Berlin double-header, at the all-day session on Monday 13 May.

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Hauger's currently competing his third FIA Formula 2 season with MP Motorsport.

Fresh faces, golden opportunity

Teams can field someone who's sampled Formula E machinery before but they must not be drivers included on the Season 10 Entry List and they must not have competed in a Formula E race in their career before. The idea is to give the best young talent a pathway to race at the very top of the motorsport ladder with a taste of Formula E and the opportunity to impress prospective teams in the world's leading electric race series.

The choices the teams have put forward to Formula E and the FIA will be revealed in the lead up to Rome, with ABT CUPRA already signalling that Tim Tramnitz will once again be in the car after his outing last season and Envision Racing welcoming Jack Aitken back.