Season 8 Double Points Finish for NIO 333 Formula E Team in the Eternal City The final day in the Eternal City for Round 5 of the 2022 FIA Formula E World Championship has produced the results that the NIO 333 Formula E Team has been working so hard toward. Rome Mexico RACE The 2022 Mexico City E-Prix delivered sensational racing and plenty of action in front of a capacity crowd at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez today. NIO 333 Formula E Team drivers Oliver Turvey and Dan Ticktum fought some epic battles throughout the 45 minutes plus 1 lap contest to come home in P14 and P18 respectively. Mexico Slide DIRIYAH RACE It was a challenging final day for the NIO 333 Formula E Team at the conclusion of the opening event of the 2021/2022 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in Diriyah.

Both Oliver Turvey and Dan Ticktum extracted as much performance from the NIO 333 001 race cars as possible this weekend, leaving the Silverstone-based team with much work to do over the coming two weeks before the all-electric racing series heads to Mexico City.
Season 8
1st Dec 2021: All three NIO 333 Formula E Team drivers – Oliver Turvey, Dan Ticktum and Adam Carroll – took to the racetrack at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain this week to complete a varied schedule of running at the official FIA Formula E World Championship three-day test. TEST

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Maximum Qualifying Power

250 kW (Equivalent to 335 bhp)


Maximum Race Power

200 kW (Equivalent to 270 bhp)


Maximum Power Regeneration

250 kW


Attack mode




> 98.5% on race power at race settled temperature


Maximum Revs

20 krpm



NIO333FE Team

The NIO 333 Formula E Team has participated (under different ownerships) in the FIA Formula E Championship since its inception and won the inaugural Drivers’ Championship title as Team China Racing in 2015. ‘333 Racing’ partnered with the team in September 2019 and entered in to the sixth season of the all-electric racing series as the NIO 333 FE Team.

The new organisation is fully managed and operated by motorsport management company, Shanghai Lisheng Racing Co. Ltd in China, while its European subsidiary responsible for Research and Development, technical support, marketing and media, is based in Oxfordshire, UK. NIO, the Chinese electric car manufacturer, continues as Primary Partner for the team into 2021.