Oliver Turvey1987-04-01 (age 33)
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Billy Monger and several current Formula E drivers have joined the Extreme E driver programme for competitors expressing an interest in racing in the championship.
The rebranded NIO 333 Formula E team has revealed McLaren Formula 1 test driver Oliver Turvey and Ma Qing Hua as its racers for 2019/20 ahead of pre-season testing.
Jerome d’Ambrosio won the Marrakesh E-Prix, the second round of the 2018-19 ABB Formula E Championship, after the dominant BMWs of Antonio Felix da Costa and Alexander Sims collided and threw away victory.
NIO has revealed that Tom Dillmann will race alongside Oliver Turvey in the 2018/19 Formula E championship as the squad unveiled its NIO 004 Gen2 car livery on Monday.
Oliver Turvey is among the drivers Nissan e.dams is in talks with for the 2018/19 Formula E season, but team boss Jean-Paul Driot says “any possible drivers” are being considered.
Ma Qing Hua will replace Oliver Turvey at NIO in Sunday's New York Formula E season finale after the Briton broke a finger in practice.
Jean-Eric Vergne has been promoted to pole position for the Punta del Este ePrix after the top four in qualifying were all handed penalties.
Former Le Mans 24 Hours LMP2 winner Oliver Turvey could make a return to the class with United Autosports in this year's European Le Mans Series.
Oliver Turvey set the pace on the final day of Formula E pre-season testing, edging Sebastien Buemi for the best time around the revised Valencia circuit in the process.
Motorsport.com's Formula E correspondent Sam Smith reveals his top 10 performers of a memorable third season in the all-electric series' - starting with places 10 through 6.
Daniel Abt has lost his pole position for today’s Mexico City ePrix after being penalised for a tyre pressure related infraction.
While rapid developments in the transportation industry threaten the long-term future of traditional motorsport as we know it, key Formula E figures believe their series stands the best chance of keeping auto racing relevant. Sam Smith reports.
As the third season of the FIA Formula E championship kicks off this weekend in Hong Kong, Sam Smith surveys the field - and, with the help of an informed source, predicts who will come out on top.
Nelson Piquet Jr was able to pick up a point for finishing tenth, while Oliver finished just out of the points in 11th.
Nelson Piquet Jr and Oliver Turvey, who made his Formula E debut on the British track, will be in action for the NextEV TCR Formula E Team.