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Tag Heuer Porsche has become the latest FIA Formula E team to announce that it will remain on the grid into the GEN4 era of the championship.

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The German outfit, which has competed in Formula E since 2019, look set for its best-ever finish, currently occupying second in both the Teams’ and Drivers’ Championships, with Pascal Wehrlein just 16 points off top spot. The team’s consistent performances across Season 10 has seen it rise to become one of the teams to beat, with Wehrlein winning the opening round in Mexico City, as well as a victory in Misano, added-to by Antonio Felix da Costa’s recent win in Berlin.

Michael Steiner, board-member for Research and Development at Porsche, said: “Right from the outset, we regarded our Formula E commitment as long-term. The evolution of racing vehicles shows how much development potential there is in e-mobility. Going forward, we want to glean even more knowledge from Formula E that we can transfer to our roadgoing sports cars. As one of the most competitive series in motor racing, it’s already pushing us to achieve technological excellence. We look forward to continuing to shape the championship and contributing to the advancement of e-mobility. With their unwavering commitment and innovative spirit, we are thrilled to announce that Porsche will continue to be a cornerstone of our championship for at least another four years.”

Formula E’s CEO Jeff Dodds said: “[Porche’s] dedication to the highly anticipated GEN4 era not only pushes the boundaries of technology and performance but also sets a new standard for excellence in worldwide motorsport. With Porsche’s expertise and high-performance powertrains as one of the world’s most revered automotive manufacturers, this renewed partnership bolsters an exciting future for Formula E, filled with even more groundbreaking achievements and unforgettable racing moments.”

With three wins this season, Porsche will be looking to add to their tally and maintain their status as title challengers at this weekend’s Shanghai E-Prix, in a race that is expected to be another peloton style, which should suit its powertrain.