“Formula E is a category that has always fascinated me, and it will be intriguing to experience the differences of a fully-electric car in comparison to the single-seaters I’ve raced in recent seasons.
“Knowing that I will be playing an active role in the development of such an iconic brand, in its first season back in World Championship motorsport, is a huge honour.”
Drugovich will be joined by current Formula 3 driver Hugh Barter in the test. Barter is in his rookie campaign in FIA F3 and will be one of the youngest drivers to drive in the test.
The Australian-Japanese driver had plenty of success at Formula 4 level, coming runner-up in both the Spanish and French championships.
“I’ve really enjoyed my experience in the sim so far and I can’t wait to get out on the track in Berlin. Working closely with James, Edo and Max will be an invaluable learning experience for me, especially at this stage of my career.”
The test will take place on Monday, May 24th after the doubleheader weekend in Berlin.