|Current series||Formula E|
|Current drivers|| António Félix da Costa|
|FIA Formula E:|
|FIA Formula E:|
2017-18: Jean-Éric Vergne
2018-19: Jean-Éric Vergne:
2019-20: António Félix da Costa
The team entered the sport following the acquisition of Team Aguri in 2016. In July 2016, Jean-Éric Vergne and Qinghua Ma (who competed with Team Aguri in the final rounds of the previous season prior to CMC's takeover) were confirmed as the team's drivers. With Renault providing powertrains for Techeetah's debut season, Vergne scored the team's maiden podium with a second place at the Buenos Aires ePrix. In March 2017, Techeetah announced former F1 driver Esteban Gutiérrez would replace Ma from round four onwards. However, after Gutiérrez left the team after only three races after being given an opportunity with Dale Coyne Racing to compete in the IndyCar Series, the team then signed Stéphane Sarrazin to compete with the team for the remainder of the season.
The season proved to be successful, especially in the second half. The team scored seven overall podium finishes, five of them with Vergne, including his win in the second race in Montreal. Techeetah placed fifth in Teams' Championship with 156 points.
Techeetah signed André Lotterer to partner Vergne for its second season in the series. Vergne was supremely consistent over the whole course of the season, finishing on points in every race, accumulating 198 points and winning the Drivers' Championship. The team got overtaken by Audi at the last second, missing out on Teams' Championship by only two points.
Techeetah's line-up remained unchanged for the 2018-19 season. This time, they were able to win both championships in the final round in New York City. Lotterer subsequently left the team, switching to Porsche. In July 2018, DS Automobiles partnered with DS Techeetah and the team renamed to DS Techeetah.
In September 2019, it was announced that António Félix da Costa would replace Lotterer in the team (as he had departed for the new Porsche Formula E Team). Vergne was set to continue with the team as he signed a long-term contract back in 2018. JEV did not participate in all FP1 sessions so far in his season, as he got a fever prior to the 2020 Marrakesh ePrix, thus he was replaced by James Rossiter driving his no. 25 Spark SRT05e for that session only. He later went on to complete the remaining races of the season. António Félix da Costa clinched the 2019/2020 title with two races to go (becoming the first FE driver to do so) at the six race showdown in Berlin following the season break due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He became the champion to have clinched the title with the most points to his nearest rival.
DS TECHEETAH has earned various record results following the 2019/2020 season.
|S2||Punta del Este||Dragon Racing|
|S3||Hong Kong||NEXTEV NIO|
|S6||Berlin RD6||DS TECHEETAH|
|S6||Berlin RD9||DS TECHEETAH|
Season six saw the largest end of season gap in both Drivers (71 points) and Teams (77 points).
About Antonio's 2019/2020 Formula E season
Wins: 4 (3 consecutive)
Podiums: 9 (7 consecutive)
Pole positions: 5 (consecutive)
Fastest in quali groups: 4
Lap lead: 174
Techeetah became the first Formula E team to join the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy support series, fielding one car for the inaugural 2018-19 season with Stefan Rzadzinski behind the wheel. The team competed under the name TWR Techeetah and was part of the Pro class. The eTrophy entry included an arrangement with Ryan Walkinshaw to return his late father Tom's TWR brand to international motorsport.
A plain white livery was used during the first round in Ad Diriyah. Before the second round in Mexico City, a retro Silk Cut-based livery was introduced, which has been in use ever since. Rzadzinski's deal with the team came to end before the Berlin ePrix. Former Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver and 2008-09 A1GP champion Adam Carroll was announced as his replacement. The team, however, completely withdrew from the following round held in New York City.
The team's best result came at the Paris ePrix, where Rzadzinski finished second. For the majority of the season, the TWR Techeetah team was consistently behind the likes of Jaguar Brazil Racing and Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, whose drivers were regularly competing for wins. It was also the only team in the Pro class to not win a race during the season.
|2015-16: Team Aguri|
|2016-17||Spark SRT01-e||Renault Z.E. 16||M||HKG||MRK||BUE||MEX||MCO||PAR||BER||NYC||MTL||156||5th|
|2017-18||Spark SRT01-e||Renault Z.E. 17||M||HKG||MRK||SCL||MEX||PDE||RME||PAR||BER||ZUR||NYC||262||2nd|
|2018-19||Spark SRT05e||DS E-TENSE FE19||M||ADR||MRK||SCL||MEX||HKG||SYX||RME||PAR||MCO||BER||BRN||NYC||222||1st|
|2019-20||Spark SRT05e||DS E-TENSE FE20||M||DIR||SCL||MEX||MRK||BER I||BER II||BER III||244||1st|
|13||António Félix da Costa||14||10G||2||2||1||1G||1||4||2||Ret||9|
|2018-19||Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY||P||M||ADR||MEX||HKG||SYX||RME||PAR||MCO||BER||NYC|