"Overall, this test week has been positive. We completed all the laps we intended to do as part of our programme. The weather was good and there weren’t too many red flags. We did our full programme every day and the car ran well. We learned a lot in the process, but there are one or two things we now want to look at again for Diriyah. Reliability and performance look encouraging. At the same time, we have to bear in mind that the Circuit Ricardo Tormo is not a typical Formula E track. We used the same circuit layout as at the last race weekend here in Valencia, but the energy requirements are different when compared to other venues. Also, the track surface is much smoother here at a closed circuit than at the street tracks we usually drive on. Nevertheless, testing was good from a learning point of view, and we were able to cross off some of the items on our test list."
After completing winter testing, the team will now head back to the factories at Brackley and Brixworth to prepare for the season opener of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship in Diriyah, scheduled for 28 and 29 January 2022.