Since first taking to a kart at the age of nine, Ed Jones has carved himself an impressive racing career, enjoying a catalogue of successes in both open-wheel and sportscar racing.
Celebrating his first victory with the 2005 United Arab Emirates karting championship title, he went on to collect a further six titles before he burst onto the European karting scene in 2008.
Graduating to single-seaters, the British-Emirati driver earned a win in the 2011 InterSteps championship, before showcasing his talent in Formula Renault 2.0 (Eurocup, NEC and UK) and earning a podium in the final round of 2012 European F3 Open.
Performing a near clean sweep of victories in the two rounds of 2013 Formula 3 Britain National Class he contested, his sensational form continued as he scored 6 wins and further 4 podiums on his way to being crowned the 2013 European F3 Open Champion. After enjoying success in the Florida Winter Series and FIA Formula 3 respectively, Ed took the step to move into Indy Lights, the feeder championship for the IndyCar Series.
Teaming up with Carlin who he’d raced with in FIA Formula 3, Ed made his Indy Lights debut in style, scoring pole positions and victory in the first 3 races. With a further 4 podiums, Ed finished the season in 3rd place before making his return the following season.
2016 was the coming-of-age for the young racer as he claimed 2 victories, 8 podiums and 6 pole positions on his way to be crowned the 2016 Indy Lights Champion. With talent and results on his side, Ed made his debut on the 2017 IndyCar grid with Dale Coyne Racing. Impressing from the first turn of a wheel, he went on to claim his first ever IndyCar podium at the 101st running of the Indy 500 and was crowned Rookie of the Year for the 2017 season.
Ed continued in the IndyCar series in 2018 with Chip Ganassi Racing with two podium scoring finishes. Before joining Ed Carpenter Racing and Scuderia Corsa for a part-season 2019 campaign on the street circuits, alongside an entry in the Indy 500. Placing himself in the Fast 9 in Indianapolis 500 qualifying, Ed went on to score a Top 4 qualifying position for the race.
With his 2020 racing plans interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ed returned to IndyCar in 2021 alongside his debut into IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship at Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona with Scuderia Corsa.
This year, following an impressive 5th place in the 2022 Rolex 24 with G-Drive Racing. Ed Jones makes his full season debut in LMP2 racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship with Jota Sport, including the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Continuing his upwards trajectory in endurance racing Ed will join High Class Racing for the 2022 IMSA championship as well as the prestigious Rolex Daytona 24hs.
2017 – 3rd Place at 101st Running of Indianapolis 500
2017 IndyCar Rookie of the Year
2016 Indy Lights Champion
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