Andretti Formula E Team will take on a new look for the final two rounds of FIA Formula E as primary sponsor Amlin makes the switch to MS Amlin.
Headquartered in London, MS Amlin counts the London ePrix as its home race, so an ideal time to unveil the sleek new look the company’s new brand provides. The new livery of the No. 27 machine of Robin Frijns and the No. 28 of Simona de Silvestro features a double helix ribbon that flows from red to blue over a white canvas to honor Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance. While the classic metallic blue on the top paneling, rear wing and front side end fences will resonate with fans as the electric Amlin blue the team has run since the start of Season 2.
“Amlin has always set the bar in Formula E when it comes to brand standards – our Amlin Andretti car liveries have been the envy of the paddock and popular in the public eye,” Andretti team bass Michael Andretti said. “I’m happy to now be able to share the new MS Amlin colors as we celebrate the new future of the relationship and raise the bar yet again.”
The new look will also be reflected in a new drivers kit for Frijns and de Silvestro, team kit and garage modifications.