Born in Sao Paulo on August 11, 1984, Lucas Tucci Di Grassi showed his passion for speed since he as a child. When his father invited him to try a go-kart back in 1994 – at the age of 10 -, that was the spur for him to know what he wanted for life. In three years, Lucas was already contending in championships and winning races. 

In 2015, Di Grassi was racing both in the FIA Formula E Championship and the FIA World Endurance Championship, finishing as a runner-up in both campaings after five wins and 12 podium finishes. His performance was rewarded. Lucas gained even more acknoledgment in the motorsport world: the Brazilian was highlighted as the best endurance driver of the planet, the best Formula E driver and listed as the eight best racing driver overall in the year by Autosport magazine, putting him as the best Brazilian driver of the season.

Considered the best Brazilian driver of the current decade, Di Grassi overcame a 43-point defict in the standings to win the FIA Formula E championship title with Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler after winning two races, clinching three pole-positions and seven podium finishes.

Nationality: Brazilian
Residence: Monaco
Birth: São Paulo, Brazil, 11/aug/1984
Education: Santa Cruz (High School), IBMEC (Economics, 2nd year), MENSA member
Fluence in: Portuguese, English, Italian, Spanish and French
Sporting career

1997–2001 Kart, Pan American Kart Champion (2000)

2002 2nd Brazilian Formula Renault Championship

2003 2nd South American Formula 3 Championship

2004 British Formula 3 Championship, 3rd GP Macau, Formula 3 Masters

2005 1st GP Macau, 3rd Formula 3 Euro Series, 3rd Formula 3 Masters, Formula One test

2006 GP2 Series, Formula One test

2007 2nd GP2 Series, Formula One test driver

2008 3rd GP2 Series, Formula One reserve driver

2009 3rd GP2 Series, Formula One reserve driver

2010 Formula One

2011 Formula One tire test driver, ILMC tests

2012 Formula One tire test driver, Nürburgring 24 Hours, 3rd WEC São Paulo (Audi R18 ultra)

2013 2nd Sebring 12 Hours, 3rd WEC Spa

3rd Le Mans 24 Hours (in Audi R18 e-tron quattro at each event)

2014 2nd Le Mans 24 Hours, 4th FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) (in Audi R18 e-tron quattro at each event), FIA Formula E

2015 4th FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC), 3rd WEC Austin (in Audi R18 e-tron quattro at each event), 3rd FIA Formula E

2016 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) (Audi R18), 1st WEC Spa, FIA Formula E

2017 FIA Formula E Championship (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler), CHAMPION – 2 wins, 3 pole-positions, 7 podium finishes