Sérgio Sette Câmara has been confirmed as the first Dragon Racing driver for ‘Season Seven’ of Formula E. After debuting with the training in the 2020 Berlin ePrix, an event that was played under a six-race format, the Brazilian driver will have the opportunity to face his first full season in the electric series. The current reserve driver of Red Bull and AlphaTauri in Formula 1 has the difficult challenge of pulling the Dragon team out of the ‘well’, since the formation had a 2018-19 season to forget. In fact, the American formation could only add two points.
In the case of Sérgio Sette Câmara, the pilot from Belo Horizonte failed to pass 15th place in the six races he played with the teamA fact that has not been an impediment for Câmara to maintain the confidence of the structure managed by Penske Autosport: “I am excited to apply my experience and all that I have learned with our work in what will be my first full season with Dragon. My goal is to achieve the best possible result at the end of each race, have a good learning curve and enjoy my time with the Dragon Racing team this season.
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Now the great unknown around the Dragon Racing team is the identity of the one who will be Sérgio Sette Câmara’s partner. The driver with the most options to occupy the second Penske EV-5 is Nico MüllerAs the German driver raced with Dragon last season and more recently has tested the team’s Formula E in a private test. But nevertheless, Jay Penske values other options within a ‘silly season’ of the electric series in which there are barely three seats left and limited options to find a guaranteed and experienced pilot.