All the winners from Formula E’s 2021/22 end of season awards in Seoul

With the chequered flag falling on yet another epic season of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, the series celebrated the heroes on and off-track at the end of season awards in the South Korean capital of Seoul.



Only a handful of people in Formula E have been around since the very beginning. On the eve of its 100th race, the championship came together to celebrate the 13 people who have worked in the series since its inaugural race in Beijing, 2014.


Step forwards: Jerome d’Ambrosio, Jeremy Colançon, Roger Griffiths, Mark Preston, Bruno Correia, Lionel Berard, Andrew Windle, Lucas Di Grassi, Brandon Kuck, Craig Stubley, Jules Greenhalgh, Chris Lynch and Andrew Hoadley.



Having raced in the series since its inception, Mahindra is a powerhouse of Formula E. Celebrating its 100th race, the Indian manufacturer once again singled out an exceptional member of the paddock who works tirelessly behind the scenes. This year, Andy Windle & Bianca Janas were recognised for their efforts.



Presented by: Dilbagh Gill



Since its inception, Formula E was created to help promote a better future for all. Recognising the work all areas of the Formula E ecosystem do to help advance this, the Climate Champion Award recognises the extra special contribution of a particular entity in the series.



Winner: Envision Racing

Highly commended: Mercedes-EQ

Presented by: Madeline Pickup, RE100 Impact Manager



With a new Qualifying format shaking things up this season, it would take a season to define who would master the high-pressure art of getting through the Group stages and battling their way through the Duels to the top of the grid. Come the final in Seoul, Mercedes-EQ’s Stoffel Vandoorne, DS TECHEETAH’s Jean-Eric Vergne, ROKiT Venturi Racing’s Edoardo Mortara, DS TECHEETAH’s Antonio Felix da Costa, Envision Racing’s Nick Cassidy, and Avalanch Andretti’s Jake Dennis all had two Julius Baer Pole Positions. With that, the award went to the driver that had reached the front row a total of six times this year. 



Winner: Edoardo Mortara, ROKiT Venturi Racing 

Presented by: Marco Parroni, Head of Global Sponsorship from Julius Baer


The TAG Heuer fastest driver award celebrates the racer with the most fastest laps this season. Walking away with more than just a trophy, the winner also received a TAG Heuer Connected Calibre E4. 



Winner: Edoardo Mortara, ROKiT Venturi Racing

Presented by: Alwin Gerzer, Sponsoring Director at TAG Heuer and Fred Espinos, Formula E Sporting Director 



There’s no doubt that the drivers on track give it everything but Formula E is all about teams, and no one can win without the support of those supporting them. Engineers and strategists are key to the success of a team and our next award, celebrates the engineer of the year. 



Winner: Jérémy Colançon from ROKiT Venturi Racing

Presented by: Pablo Martino, Head of Sporting Matters for Formula E at the FIA



While teams can do everything to get the car on track and get the best result possible, they’re nothing without the support and following of fans. Helping bring the world of Formula E closer to fans all around the world is social media and this award celebrates the very best work in creating brilliant online content.



Winner: Envision Racing 

Presented by: Aarti Dabas, Chief Media Officer, Formula E 



DHL have been a valued partner of Formula E since the very beginning, providing key support in transporting the Championship around the world. This year, DHL have led an inspirational award championing sustainability leaders and pioneers.  



Winner: Monica de Russis

Presented by: Yung Koo Han, Country Manager, DHL Express Korea and Julia Palle, Sustainability Director, Formula E 



Dominating Season 8 with a total of 319 points over the course of the season. These back-to-back victors picked up their second Championship trophy as well as another Driver’s championship trophy for the second time. Parting ways with Formula E after Season 8, this team has made history over its three years in all-electric racing.  



Winner: Mercedes-EQ 

Presented by: Alberto Longo, Co-Founder & Chief Championship Officer of Formula E



Marking his fourth year in the series, this driver showed ruthless consistency and determination over the course of the season to make his way to the top and Drivers' standings. Holding his place there despite last minute challenges from Jaguar TCS Racing’s Mitch Evans, this driver held his nerve to clinch the coveted Driver’s championship trophy in Seoul. 



Winner: Stoffel Vandoorne, Mercedes-EQ 

Presented by: Jamie Reigle, CEO of Formula E, Fred Bertrand, Director Formula E and Innovative Sport Projects at the FIA and Daniela Luzanin, Head of the ABB Formula E partnership from ABB 



Tipping over the 1000 point mark in his Formula E career on the streets of Seoul, Lucas di Grassi became the highest point-scoring driver in the series history on the eve of its 100th race. "It's a dream come true" said di Grassi at the time as the Brazilian rounded off his eighth championship campaign with a grand total of 39 podiums from 100 races in his Formula E career.



Winner: Lucas di Grassi 
Presented by: Alejandro Agag, Founder & Chairman of Formula E