The Frenchman finished Season 9 in strong form, scoring a season-best result with second for Nissan in Rome and consecutive point-scoring outings in the last six races of the 2022/2023 campaign. His impressive season finale, and a fourth-placed finish helped Nissan outscore their customer team NEOM McLaren in the standings while also securing a top-10 finish in the Drivers’ World Championship standings.
“I am thrilled to be a part of the Andretti Formula E family for Season 10," says the 31-year-old. "It’s highly exciting to be given the opportunity to have a car capable of winning. I’m looking forward to working with the team and contributing to the team’s long history of success.”
Across his 33 Formula E starts, Nato has scored one win - the Berlin finale in Season 7, while at Venturi - two podiums and has led 36 laps. He made his way into Formula E via FIA Formula 2, then GP2 Series and has previously raced in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship in the USA as well as the FIA World Endurance Championship.
“I’m confident of the direction that Andretti Formula E is heading as we gear up for Season 10," says Michael Andretti, CEO and Chairman of Andretti Global. "The addition of Norman to our roster reflects our shared mindsets for the pursuit of victory and passion for winning. Norman brings great experience and skill with him, and he caught our attention with his progress throughout the season. After Jake's remarkable victory in the Driver's Championship this year, the bar has been set high, and we're hungry for more.”
“We are embarking on an exciting journey with Norman Nato as part of the Andretti Formula E team for Season 10," adds Team Principal Roger Griffifths. "Norman's proven skillset and passion for racing align with our passion for victory. He is highly determined, and we are confident that his contribution will play a pivotal role in taking the team to new heights in the upcoming season.”