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Da Costa joins reigning FE champions DS Techeetah

Antonio Felix da Costa will race alongside 2018/19 Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne at DS Techeetah where the former BMW Andretti driver will replace André Lotterer. Da Costa raced for three seasons in FE with BMW i Andretti Motorsport, securing his first and only win in the all-electric series last year in Saudi Arabia, concluding the championship sixth in the standings. "Getting the opportunity to join a double championship-winning team in such a highly competitive motorsport category like Formula E is very rare," said da Costa. "It was a very hard decision to leave my current position but it’s an opportunity I just couldn’t say no to and I’m very excited to join...
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