Daniel Charles Anthony Ticktum (born 8 June 1999) is a British racing driver currently racing with the NIO 333 FE Team in the Formula E World Championship.[1]

Ticktum became a member of the Red Bull Junior Team in 2017.[2] During his time with Red Bull, Ticktum won the Macau Grand Prix in 2017 and 2018, and was runner-up in the 2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship. In addition, Ticktum was awarded the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award in 2017 and was named Autosport National Driver of the Year in 2018.

After a brief stint in the Super Formula Championship in 2019, Ticktum left the Red Bull Junior Team.[3] He joined the Williams Driver Academy at the end of 2019, and stayed with them until the summer of 2021.[4]

Career

Karting career

Born in London, Ticktum began karting in 2007 at the age of eight and started racing in championships the following year. He enjoyed early success, winning the Bamford Kart Club Winter Series and competing in the Super 1 National Championship in the Honda Cadet class with Project One Racing in just his first year of competition. In the following two years Ticktum competed to drive in local and national championships, which culminated in winning the Buckmore Park Kart Club Winter Series and placing second in the National Super One Championship, both in 2009.[5]

In 2011, he completed the Grand Slam of British national cadet titles — winning the British FKS Championship, National ABkC Super One Championship, British Open Championship and British Grand Prix Championship, a feat achieved by only one other driver.[5]

A year later, Ticktum moved into the international scene, competing in the WSK Euro Series and WSK Master Series, finishing both championships as the highest placed rookie.[5]

In 2013, Ticktum joined Ricky Flynn Motorsport, finishing second in the European Championship, tying on points with winner Lando Norris, and second in the National Super One Championship. The same year Ticktum won the KFJ Andrea Margutti Trophy against the likes of Lando Norris and Jehan Daruvala, with previous winners being F1 stars Giancarlo Fisichella, Robert Kubica and Daniil Kvyat.[5]

Dan Ticktum in 2014

The following year, Ticktum finished second in the WSK Masters to Enaam Ahmed and took part in his first test in the BRDC Formula 4 Championship with Lanan Racing, where he broke the lap record at the Brands Hatch Indy Circuit.[5] He also finished sixth and fourth in the World and European championships respectively.

MSA Formula and two year ban

In 2015, Ticktum graduated to MSA Formula with Fortec Motorsport.[6] He led the early rounds of the Championship, taking two victories at Donington and one at Snetterton, but fell behind his main rivals Lando Norris and Colton Herta as the season progressed.[7] At the penultimate round of the season at Silverstone, Ticktum got involved in an incident with Ricky Collard on the opening lap, which dropped him to the back of the field. During the ensuing safety car period he purposely overtook several cars to crash into Collard, taking both out of the race. This saw him receive a two-year ban from motorsport, of which one year was a suspended ban.[8] Following the incident, Ticktum labelled himself "a fool" and apologised to his fellow drivers and the track marshals at the circuit.[9] As a result, he finished sixth in his first season of single seater racing and ended up second in the rookie standings.

Dan Ticktum in 2015

Return to single-seater racing and debut at Macau

In 2016, Ticktum returned to motorsport, competing in the final round of the FIA European Formula 3 Championship in Hockenheim with Carlin. He also took part in the BRDC British Formula 3 Autumn Trophy, where he won the second race and placed fourth in the standings. Following that, Ticktum made his debut in the Macau Grand Prix with Double R Racing, finishing eighth in Saturday's qualifying race before retiring early in the main race thanks to an accident caused by a rival.[10]

Formula Renault Eurocup

2015

In 2015 Ticktum made a one-off appearance in the Formula Renault Eurocup with Koiranen GP, finishing 16th and eleventh in his two races at the Nürburgring.[11]

2017

Dan Ticktum at the Nürburgring in 2017

Following Ticktum's return to competition, he went into his first full racing season in 2017, driving in the Eurocup with Arden International together with Ghislain Cordeel and Zane Goddard.[12] He claimed his only win in the season at Hungaroring and scored two further podiums, finishing the season seventh in the drivers' standings.[13] He also became the second-best rookie of the season, finishing thirty points behind Max Fewtrell.

GP3 Series

In September 2017, Ticktum made his debut in the GP3 Series at Monza with DAMS, partnering Tatiana Calderón and Bruno Baptista.[14] He claimed a podium finish in his second full race weekend at the season finale in Abu Dhabi and finished eleventh in the standings, ahead of some full-time competitors, including all drivers who raced for DAMS that year.

FIA Formula 3 World Cup

In November 2017, Ticktum competed in a one-off race at the Macau Grand Prix with Team Motopark. He qualified sixth and finished eighth in the Qualifying race, behind two of his teammates. However, Ticktum managed to overtake three of his rivals into Lisboa corner on lap 14 and claimed victory after leaders Ferdinand Habsburg and Sérgio Sette Câmara crashed in the final corner of the 15th and final lap.[15] He would win the race again in 2018 after dominating throughout the whole weekend, topping the qualifying session, winning the qualifying race and dominating from lights to flag in the Grand Prix.[16] Ticktum became the third driver to win the race in consecutive years.[17]

FIA European Formula 3 Championship

In December 2017, it was confirmed that Ticktum would contest the FIA Formula 3 European Championship with Team Motopark in 2018, alongside Sebastián Fernández, Fabio Scherer, Jonathan Aberdein, Marino Sato and Jüri Vips.[18] Ticktum started the season in positive fashion, scoring third place in the opening race at Pau. He would better that result at the Hungaroring, where he took a lights-to-flag win in the first race and finished second to Enaam Ahmed in Race 3, though a component failure prevented a podium in Race 2. At the following round at the Norisring, Ticktum stalled at the start of the second race and was hit from behind by Ameya Vaidyanathan, which forced the Brit to go to hospital and his team to fully repair the car with just a few hours available. Thankfully for Ticktum, Motopark were able to fix his chassis and he went on to win the following race, less than a tenth ahead of teammate Vips.[19] Ticktum later described the work his team had done as "unbelievable".[20]

The Brit endured a difficult weekend in Zandvoort, with him being squeezed into the path of Mick Schumacher by Ralf Aron at the first corner of the second race and receiving a drive-through penalty for a false start in the third race. Spa would be better for Ticktum, as he took victory in Race 2, having started from tenth on the grid. Another win at Silverstone put Ticktum into the lead of the championship, and he remained there following the seventh event, held at Misano.

However, in the last three rounds of the championship, Schumacher scored a total of eight podiums out of nine races, with five successive wins, which put Ticktum from being 36 points ahead of the Prema driver after the Misano round to being 52 points behind by season's end. Both Ticktum and Prema's Ralf Aron suggested that there was something dubious about the form Schumacher and his teammate Robert Shwartzman were showing in the final third of the season, with the Brit describing their sudden surge in performance as "interesting".[21]

Ticktum amassed five pole positions and a total of eight podiums, becoming the highest-placed rookie in the final year of the series. His performances also made sure that Motopark would finish second in the teams' championship.

Super Formula Championship

2018

Mid-2018 Ticktum made his debut in the Super Formula Championship with Team Mugen at Sportsland Sugo. He retired from that race, but competed in the following event at Fuji, finishing eleventh.

2019

Ticktum joined Team Mugen for the 2019 season, partnering Tomoki Nojiri.[22] His campaign started out with an eighth place at the Suzuka Circuit, but things would head for the worst when Ticktum stalled his car after a spin on a curb in the next round at Autopolis. The spin damaged the chassis, and, after his request to check the car on a chassis dyno was denied by Mugen, Ticktum found himself being one second behind teammate Nojiri in qualifying for the round at Sportsland Sugo.[23] He finished the race in 15th position, and was announced to be leaving the championship the following week when he was dropped from the Red Bull programme.[24] He was replaced by Patricio O'Ward.[25]

FIA Formula 2 Championship

2018

At the start of 2018, Ticktum first tested in Formula 2 when DAMS' Nicholas Latifi had fallen ill.[26] Following the Brit's Formula 3 campaign, he drove for Arden in the final round of the FIA Formula 2 Championship in Abu Dhabi, where he finished eleventh in his first race at that level. However, he was forced to retire from the sprint race after his car had developed a technical issue.[27]

2020

In December 2019, it was announced Ticktum would contest the 2020 season with reigning team champions DAMS alongside Sean Gelael.[28] Ticktum scored his first podium in the sprint race in Austria, and would follow that up with a second place one week later at the second Spielberg round. He would be deprived of a podium opportunity in Budapest after a mechanical issue, but Ticktum bounced back at Silverstone, where he earned his first victory in Formula 2, having held off a charging Christian Lundgaard in the final laps.[29] However, the Brit then had to wait until the final race of the season to finish on the podium, with a collision with caused by Roy Nissany costing Ticktum a victory in Belgium, and a win at Monza which would be taken away from him due to lack of fuel after crossing the line leading to him falling out of the top ten in the standings.[30][31] Ticktum finished his season eleventh in the championship, placing as the fourth-highest rookie.[32] He would later make an appearance at the post-season test in Bahrain for Carlin alongside his F2 rival Jehan Daruvala.[33]

2021

Ticktum at Silverstone in 2021

In 2021 he raced for Carlin alongside Daruvala. In the first round at the Bahrain International Circuit, Ticktum qualified fourth for Sunday's feature race. In sprint race 1 he collided with Richard Verschoor and received a five-second penalty. Despite this, he fought back to finish in eighth place. For the next race, he started from third but was forced to retire after being spun around at the first corner by Robert Shwartzman. In the feature race, Ticktum fell back at the start, but through the use of an alternative strategy, he got back to the lead pack and fought for the race win. When he overtook Oscar Piastri, the Australian collided with him and spun out; Ticktum, however, managed to keep going. He overtook Richard Verschoor on the penultimate lap and finished the race in second, only half a second behind Guanyu Zhou. At the next round Ticktum finished sixth in the first sprint race in Monaco,[34] and after jumping Théo Pourchaire at the start and overtaking Oscar Piastri into the nouvelle chicane in sprint race two, he ended up second, just behind Liam Lawson. After the race Lawson was disqualified for using an illegal throttle map on the formation lap, which promoted Ticktum to take his first win of the season.[35] In the feature race he battled his rival Piastri for a podium spot, but Ticktum was forced to retire when he got stuck at La Rascasse, after an attempted overtake on the Australian. Following the race Ticktum took the blame for the incident and apologised to his team.[36]

He was able to turn around his favours immediately, finishing second in the first Baku sprint race, having overtaken four drivers in the first half of the race. In the second sprint race of the weekend, Ticktum fell back to the back of the pack after being clipped by Zhou, but charged through the field after a safety car period to take sixth place. The feature race held similar fortunes: after a first-lap collision with Théo Pourchaire and Marcus Armstrong, which led to Ticktum having to pit for repairs, he fought back, moving up to eighth and setting the fastest lap of the race. At the next event, his home race at Silverstone, Ticktum finished on the podium in both the second sprint and the feature race, scoring more points that weekend than any other driver bar championship leader Oscar Piastri, and was also the only driver to score two podiums that weekend.

After the summer break Ticktum was taken out in a collision with Felipe Drugovich in the first race at Monza, and despite eleven overtakes in the second sprint he was unable to get into the points-paying positions. Ticktum then started the feature race from eighth on the grid, being the first driver to line up with harder tyres at the start. After gaining the lead through a safety car period in the middle of the race, a well-timed safety car played into Ticktum's strategy, as he was able to come out of the pits in eleventh on fresher and softer rubber than his competitors with a few laps to go. Having shown supreme car control after being hit from behind at the restart, the Brit charged through the field, and finished third after another safety car on the penultimate lap all but destroyed his chances for a victory.[37] Ticktum scored his second win of the season in mixed conditions at the following round in Sochi, having led the sprint race from start to finish.[38] Despite his victory, Ticktum said in a post-race interview that the win "[didn't] mean much" due to him "not going to be in Formula 1", which had always been his career goal.[39] He finished fifth in the feature race that weekend, having started tenth.

In the penultimate qualifying session of the year in Jeddah Ticktum's car received a slow puncture with just a few minutes of the session left, which didn't allow him to improve his laptime and led to him qualifying in 13th place. During the first sprint race the Briton moved through the pack to finish seventh, and he started and finished race 2 in fourth. Ticktum finished 10th in the feature race on Sunday, thus ending his podium streak of six consecutive rounds of getting at least one podium. After finishing in the top six in all three races in the final round at the Yas Marina Circuit Ticktum ended up fourth in the drivers' standings, 23.5 points behind third-placed Zhou.

Formula One

Red Bull

In January 2017, Ticktum was announced as a member of the Red Bull Junior Team.[40] At the start of 2019, he was able to test the Red Bull RB15 at the young drivers' tests in Bahrain and Barcelona, and took part in a number of simulator sessions at the team's base in Milton Keynes. Red Bull and Ticktum parted ways in mid-2019.[25] Despite him questioning whether Red Bull had given him enough time in Super Formula, Ticktum stated that there was "no disrespect" towards academy boss Helmut Marko, and thanked him for "having given [him] the money to go racing".[41]

Williams

Ticktum was named in the line-up of the Williams Driver Academy in December 2019, where he was designated the role of a development driver.[4] He was retained for the 2021 season. In August 2021, shortly after Ticktum caused controversy by criticising and appearing to jibe Williams driver Nicholas Latifi,[42] it was confirmed that he had been released from his contract.[43]

Formula E

Ticktum practicing a full power lap at the 2022 Mexico City ePrix.

On 25 November 2021 the NIO 333 FE Team announced that Ticktum would be joining Oliver Turvey for the 2021–22 Formula E season.[1] He stated that he was "looking forward to [racing in Formula E], as it's a totally different experience to Formula 2". In his debut race at the Diriyah ePrix, Ticktum beat his teammate and fellow rookie Antonio Giovinazzi to finish 18th. The following day Ticktum qualified in 18th place, but dropped back to 20th by the checkered flag. Ticktum's next race, the Mexico City ePrix, was compromised by a collision with Giovinazzi, which led to another 18th-place finish. Another point-less race in Rome followed, before Ticktum scored his first ever point in Formula E in the second race of the weekend, benefitting from a post-race penalty for Oliver Askew. At the following round in Monaco, Ticktum beat his teammate Turvey, finishing twelfth, however a weekend in Berlin, which the Brit described as "pretty disastrous", ended with finishes near the back of the pecking order.[44] An additional lowly finish at Jakarta was followed by Ticktum's first retirement of the season at the Marrakesh ePrix. Round 11 at New York City brought a 17th place, although a rapid start and a number of overtakes during Sunday's race enabled Ticktum to finish twelfth. He later described that drive as having been "the performance of [his] life".[45] At his home race in London, a crash in practice hampered his chances, whilst an unsighted collision with Sam Bird meant retirement from Race 2. The final round of the season in Seoul started out in a positive manner, with Ticktum qualifying in a season-best 13th for Race 1. However, the Brit was involved in a major pile-up on the first lap of a wet race after being hit by Sébastien Buemi, which forced him, alongside five other drivers including his teammate Turvey, to retire.[46] In the final qualifying session of the year, Ticktum made it into the duel phase for the first time, starting from seventh on the grid.[47] After a tumultuous start, in which his car was slightly pushed into the wall by Lucas di Grassi, Ticktum ended the first lap sat in sixth place. However, hitting the wall going into the stadium section bent the steering of his car, forcing Ticktum to retire.[48] He finished the season 21st in the standings, helping NIO 333 to not finish last for the first time in three seasons.

Prior to the final weekend of the season, Ticktum remarked that the team had "made massive leaps forward this year" and marked out their gains in qualifying pace as the team's biggest improvement throughout the season.[49] He summed up his season as having been "challenging with lots to learn", whilst also stating that, considering his lack of experience, he was "pretty happy" with being on par with his teammate Turvey over the course of the season.[50]

Personal life

Ticktum has gained a following of over six thousand followers on streaming-platform Twitch, where he plays Call of Duty.[51]

He is well-known for his outspoken, blunt and occasionally discourteous nature, which mostly stands out in interviews and team radio messages and has earned him a controversial reputation.[52][53]

Karting record

Karting career summary

Season Series Team Position
2008 Bamford Kart Club Winter Series 1st
Super 1 National Championship — Honda Cadet Project One Racing 11th
British Open Championship — Honda Cadet 15th
2009 Buckmore Park Kart Club Winter Series 1st
Super 1 National Championship — Honda Cadet 2nd
2010 Kartmasters British Grand Prix — Comer Cadet 11th
Formula Kart Stars MSA — Cadet 12th
Super 1 National Championship — Comer Cadet 15th
2011 British Open Championship — Comer Cadet 1st
Super 1 National Championship — Comer Cadet 1st
MSA Formula Kart Stars — Comer Cadet 1st
Kartmasters British Grand Prix — Comer Cadet 1st
2012 South Garda Winter Cup — KF3 Chiesa Corse 16th
Silver Cup — KF3 4th
WSK Master SeriesKF3 11th
Campeonato de Espana — KF3 26th
CIK-FIA European ChampionshipKF3 10th
WSK Euro SeriesKF3 8th
CIK-FIA World CupKF3 24th
WSK Final CupKF3 31st
Trofeo delle Industrie — KF3 Ricky Flynn Motorsport 6th
2013 Super 1 National Championship — KFJ 2nd
South Garda Winter Cup — KF3 Ricky Flynn Motorsport 3rd
Trofeo Andrea Margutti — KFJ 1st
WSK Euro SeriesKFJ 4th
WSK Super Master SeriesKFJ 5th
CIK-FIA European ChampionshipKFJ 2nd
CIK-FIA International Super Cup — KFJ 11th
WSK Final CupKFJ 8th
CIK-FIA World ChampionshipKFJ 7th
2014 South Garda Winter Cup — KF3 Zanardi Strakka Racing 4th
WSK Champions CupKFJ 3rd
Trofeo Andrea Margutti — KFJ 34th
WSK Super Master SeriesKFJ 2nd
CIK-FIA European ChampionshipKFJ 4th
CIK-FIA World ChampionshipKFJ 6th

Complete CIK-FIA Karting European Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DC Points
2012 Chiesa Corse KF3 PSB
R1

8
PSB
R2

6
PFI
R1
DNQ
PFI
R2
DNQ
10th 18
2013 Ricky Flynn Motorsport KFJ ALC
DNQ
ORT
1
2nd 25
2014 Ricky Flynn Motorsport KFJ LAC
QH
22
LAC
R
10
ZUE
QH
9
ZUE
R
2
KRI
QH
2
KRI
R
5
PFI
QH
16
PFI
R
29
4th 48

Complete Karting World Championship results

Year Team Class Prefinals Main race
2013 United Kingdom Ricky Flynn Motorsport KFJ N/A 7th
2014 Sweden Zanardi Strakka Racing KFJ 2nd 6th

Racing record

Racing career summary

Season Series Team Races Wins Poles F/Laps Podiums Points Position
2015 MSA Formula Championship Fortec Motorsports 27 3 3 5 10 242 6th
Formula Renault 2.0 NEC Koiranen GP 4 0 0 0 0 41 23rd
Eurocup Formula Renault 2.0 2 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
2016 FIA Formula 3 European Championship Carlin 3 0 0 0 0 0 NC†
BRDC British Formula 3 Autumn Trophy Double R Racing 3 1 0 1 2 59 4th
Macau Grand Prix 1 0 0 0 0 N/A DNF
2016–17 MRF Challenge Formula 2000 MRF Racing 4 0 0 0 1 41 11th
2017 Formula Renault Eurocup Arden International 23 1 1 2 3 134 7th
Formula Renault NEC 5 0 0 0 1 0 NC†
GP3 Series DAMS 5 0 0 1 1 34 11th
Macau Grand Prix Motopark 1 1 0 0 1 N/A 1st
2018 FIA Formula 3 European Championship Motopark 30 4 5 1 8 308 2nd
Macau Grand Prix 1 1 1 1 1 N/A 1st
Super Formula Team Mugen 2 0 0 0 0 0 19th
FIA Formula 2 Championship BWT Arden 2 0 0 0 0 0 23rd
2019 Super Formula Team Mugen 3 0 0 0 0 1 20th
F3 Asian Winter Series Dragon Hitech GP 6 0 2 0 1 38 9th
Formula Regional European Championship Van Amersfoort Racing 6 0 0 0 2 64 9th
Macau Grand Prix Carlin Buzz Racing 1 0 0 0 0 N/A 13th
Formula One Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Test/Development driver
2020 FIA Formula 2 Championship DAMS 24 1 0 1 4 96.5 11th
Formula One Williams Racing Development driver
2021 FIA Formula 2 Championship Carlin 23 2 0 1 7 159.5 4th
Formula One Williams Racing Development driver
2021–22 Formula E NIO 333 FE Team 16 0 0 0 0 1 21st

As Ticktum was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.

Complete MSA Formula results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DC Points
2015 Fortec Motorsport BHI
1

2
BHI
2

2
BHI
3

5
DON
1

1
DON
2

5
DON
3

1
THR
1

7
THR
2

Ret
THR
3

Ret
OUL
1

9
OUL
2

3
OUL
3

4
CRO
1

DSQ
CRO
2

DSQ
CRO
3

DSQ
SNE
1

1
SNE
2

2
SNE
3

3
KNO
1

8
KNO
2

Ret
KNO
3

8
ROC
1

2
ROC
2

5
ROC
3

3
SIL
1

DSQ
SIL
2

DSQ
SIL
3

DSQ
BHGP
1
BHGP
2
BHGP
3
6th 242

Complete Formula Renault Northern European Cup results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DC Points
2015 Koiranen GP MNZ
1
MNZ
2
SIL
1
SIL
2
RBR
1
RBR
2
RBR
3
SPA
1

15
SPA
2

11
ASS
1
ASS
2
NÜR
1

7
NÜR
2

5
HOC
1
HOC
2
HOC
3
23rd 41
2017 Arden International MNZ
1
MNZ
2
ASS
1
ASS
2
NÜR
1

3
NÜR
2

13
SPA
1

18
SPA
2

11
SPA
3

7
HOC
1
HOC
2
NC† 0

As Ticktum was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.

Complete Formula Renault Eurocup results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 DC Points
2015 Koiranen GP ALC
1
ALC
2
ALC
3
SPA
1
SPA
2
HUN
1
HUN
2
SIL
1
SIL
2
SIL
3
NÜR
1

16
NÜR
2

11
LMS
1
LMS
2
JER
1
JER
2
JER
3
NC† 0
2017 Arden MNZ
1

11
MNZ
2

Ret
SIL
1

10
SIL
2

3
PAU
1

10
PAU
2

Ret
MON
1

5
MON
2

5
HUN
1

1
HUN
2

9
HUN
3

7
NÜR
1

4
NÜR
2

2
RBR
1

9
RBR
2

5
LEC
1

Ret
LEC
2

5
SPA
1

18
SPA
2

11
SPA
3

7
CAT
1

20
CAT
2

7
CAT
3

12
7th 134

As Ticktum was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.

Complete FIA Formula 3 European Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Engine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DC Points
2016 Carlin Volkswagen LEC
1
LEC
2
LEC
3
HUN
1
HUN
2
HUN
3
PAU
1
PAU
2
PAU
3
RBR
1
RBR
2
RBR
3
NOR
1
NOR
2
NOR
3
ZAN
1
ZAN
2
ZAN
3
SPA
1
SPA
2
SPA
3
NÜR
1
NÜR
2
NÜR
3
IMO
1
IMO
2
IMO
3
HOC
1

13
HOC
2

20
HOC
3

14
NC* 0
2018 Motopark Volkswagen PAU
1

3
PAU
2

Ret
PAU
3

5‡
HUN
1

1
HUN
2

Ret
HUN
3

2
NOR
1

4
NOR
2

Ret
NOR
3

1
ZAN
1

5
ZAN
2

6
ZAN
3

Ret
SPA
1

13
SPA
2

1
SPA
3

5
SIL
1

1
SIL
2

8
SIL
3

6
MIS
1

6
MIS
2

4
MIS
3

4
NÜR
1

3
NÜR
2

3
NÜR
3

4
RBR
1

8
RBR
2

17†
RBR
3

4
HOC
1

5
HOC
2

7
HOC
3

4
2nd 308

Driver did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance.
* As Ticktum was a guest driver, he was ineligible for points.
Half points awarded as less than 75% of race distance was completed.

Complete Macau Grand Prix results

Year Team Car Qualifying Quali Race Main race
2016 United Kingdom Double R Racing Dallara F312 13th 8th DNF
2017 Germany Motopark Dallara F317 6th 8th 1st
2018 Germany Motopark Dallara F317 1st 1st 1st
2019 United Kingdom Carlin Buzz Racing Dallara F3 2019 13th NC 13th

Complete MRF Challenge Formula 2000 Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 DC Points
2016–17 MRF Racing BHR
1
BHR
2
BHR
3
BHR
4
DUB
1
DUB
2
DUB
3
DUB
4
GNO
1
GNO
2
GNO
3
GNO
4
CHE
1

6
CHE
2

3
CHE
3

10
CHE
4

6
12th 32

Complete GP3 Series results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pos Points
2017 DAMS CAT
FEA
CAT
SPR
RBR
FEA
RBR
SPR
SIL
FEA
SIL
SPR
HUN
FEA
HUN
SPR
SPA
FEA
SPA
SPR
MNZ
FEA

13
MNZ
SPR

C
JER
FEA

4
JER
SPR

Ret
YMC
FEA

4
YMC
SPR

3
11th 34

Complete Super Formula results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 DC Points
2018 Team Mugen SUZ AUT SUG
Ret
FUJ
11
MOT OKA SUZ 19th 0
2019 Team Mugen SUZ
8
AUT
Ret
SUG
15
FUJ MOT OKA SUZ 20th 1

Complete FIA Formula 2 Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position points) (Races in italics indicate points for the fastest lap of top ten finishers)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 DC Points
2018 BWT Arden BHR
FEA
BHR
SPR
BAK
FEA
BAK
SPR
CAT
FEA
CAT
SPR
MON
FEA
MON
SPR
LEC
FEA
LEC
SPR
RBR
FEA
RBR
SPR
SIL
FEA
SIL
SPR
HUN
FEA
HUN
SPR
SPA
FEA
SPA
SPR
MNZ
FEA
MNZ
SPR
SOC
FEA
SOC
SPR
YMC
FEA

11
YMC
SPR

Ret
23rd 0
2020 DAMS RBR
FEA

5
RBR
SPR

3
RBR
FEA

8
RBR
SPR

2
HUN
FEA

9
HUN
SPR

NC
SIL
FEA

8
SIL
SPR

1
SIL
FEA

15
SIL
SPR

7
CAT
FEA

9
CAT
SPR

10
SPA
FEA

6
SPA
SPR

10
MNZ
FEA

7
MNZ
SPR

DSQ
MUG
FEA

17
MUG
SPR

17
SOC
FEA

10
SOC
SPR

8‡
BHR
FEA

9
BHR
SPR

12
BHR
FEA

8
BHR
SPR

3
11th 96.5
2021 Carlin BHR
SP1

8
BHR
SP2

Ret
BHR
FEA

2
MCO
SP1

6
MCO
SP2

1
MCO
FEA

Ret
BAK
SP1

2
BAK
SP2

6
BAK
FEA

8
SIL
SP1

8
SIL
SP2

3
SIL
FEA

2
MNZ
SP1

Ret
MNZ
SP2

11
MNZ
FEA

3
SOC
SP1

1
SOC
SP2

C
SOC
FEA

5
JED
SP1

7
JED
SP2

4
JED
FEA

10‡
YMC
SP1

6
YMC
SP2

4
YMC
FEA

6
4th 159.5

Half points awarded as less than 75% of race distance was completed.

Complete Formula Regional European Championship results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 DC Points
2019 Van Amersfoort Racing LEC
1
LEC
2
LEC
3
VLL
1
VLL
2
VLL
3
HUN
1
HUN
2
HUN
3
RBR
1
RBR
2
RBR
3
IMO
1
IMO
2
IMO
3
IMO
4
CAT
1

2
CAT
2

5
CAT
3

2
MUG
1

8
MUG
2

6
MUG
3

7
MNZ
1
MNZ
2
MNZ
3
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Complete Formula E results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Chassis Powertrain 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Pos Points
2021–22 NIO 333 FE Team Spark SRT05e NIO 333 001 DRH
18
DRH
19
MEX
18
RME
18
RME
10
MCO
12
BER
19
BER
20
JAK
18
MRK
Ret
NYC
17
NYC
12
LDN
17
LDN
Ret
SEO
Ret
SEO
Ret
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2017
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