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Oliver Turvey
Oliver Turvey was born in Penrith, England, on 1 April 1987. He has a notable single-seater and sportscar racing career stretching over twenty years. He was the recipient of the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award in 2006, the year he finished as Vice-Champion in Formula BMW. He was also crowned the 2008 British F3 Vice- Champion.
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Age 33
FE Race Wins 0
Poles 1
Driver Position 20
Nationality British

Oliver has won races in the GP2 Series, Formula Renault 3.5, FIA World Endurance Championship including a class victory at the Le Mans 24 Hours and has fulfilled the role of McLaren F1 test driver for eight consecutive years.

Oliver Turvey has a notable single-seater and sportscar racing career stretching over twenty years. He was the recipient of the prestigious McLaren Autosport BRDC Award in 2006, the year he finished as vice champion in Formula BMW and was 2008 British F3 vice champion. Oliver has also competed in the GP2 Series, Formula Renault 3.5, the FIA World Endurance Championship and fulfilled the role of McLaren F1 test driver for six seasons.

Since joining the Formula E series for the Season 1 finale in London, Oliver has become an important member of NIO 333 FE team line-up, competing in 58 races. His strong performance in qualifying allowed him to reach both Super Pole sessions in the London ePrix double header at the end of Season 2 and his form continued into Season 3 where he scored his maiden pole in Mexico and secured his place in eight consecutive Super Pole shoot-outs. Into his fourth season of the series (2017/18), Oliver clinched Pole Position in Mexico and came home to receive his first ABB FIA Formula E Championship trophy on the second step of the podium.

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