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Antonio Giovinazzi to race in Formula E in 2022

Antonio Giovinazzi, who was ousted from the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team to make way for Chinese F2 driver Guanyu Zhou, will be racing in Formula E in 2022. After one day of being shown the door at Alfa Romeo, Giovinazzi was announced as a Dragon/Penske Autosport driver for the 2022 Formula E. The 27-year-old Italian spoke of his new job to the team's website. He said: 'As soon as it was made public that I would not be in Formula 1 next year, I have decided to participate in the Formula E world championship. 'It is a category which I always followed, I am thrilled to be part of DRAGON / PENSKE AUTOSPORT in this all electric racing series which I have already tested three years ago,' he went...
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