Formula E and WEC driver Lucas di Grassi turns 32 today.
The Brazilian previously raced in Formula One with Virgin (now Manor), and has been a part of Audi's World Endurance Championship lineup since 2012.
After carrying out early development and demonstration work for Formula E, di Grassi became one of the first drivers in the all-electric series. He finished the first season of the championship in third place and was runner up last year. He has four wins to his name so far, including the very first Formula E race in Beijing in 2014.
Bahrain International Circuit - Winter testing