Antonio Giovinazzi has confirmed that he's already secured a race seat for 2022, having lost his Alfa Romeo drive for next season.
Giovinazzi has been replaced by Guanyu Zhou at Alfa Romeo for next year and, with all the seats on the grid now filled, was left on the F1 sidelines.
But Giovinazzi has confirmed that he will still be racing in 2022, as he's secured a seat with the Dragon Penske Autosport Formula E team.
"It's going to be thrilling. It's going to be challenging It's going to be …….electrifying!!!!!!" read a short tweet from Giovinazzi's Twitter account, showing the current Alfa Romeo driver bedecked in the overalls of his new team.
He'll team up with Sergio Sette Camara at the outfit, with the 2021/22 Formula E season set to get underway in Saudi Arabia on 28 January.
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