The 2018–19 was the fifth season of the FIA Formula E championship. All-new Spark SRT05E car, also known as the Spark Gen2, was introduced, which boasted significant technological advances over the previous Spark-Renault SRT 01E chassis – its power output rose from 200 kW to 250 kW and top speeds rose to around 280 km/h. The arrival of the Gen2 car also saw an end to the series’ mid-race car-swaps. For the 2018–19 season, the team Dragon got rebranded to GEOX Dragon, reflecting the new sponsorship deal with Geox. Jerome D’Ambrosio left the team to join Mahindra Racing, which prompted Dragon to promote their reserve driver Maximilian Guenther to the empty seat. German driver scored two 5th place finishes as his best (at Paris and Swiss ePrix), and finished the season 17th with 20 points. This scale model by Spark was issued with wrong attribution to Brazilian Felipe Nasr, who was replacing Guether at Mexico, Hong Kong and Sanya races.
|2018-19||Formula E Champoinship|
|Maximilian Guenther||6||GEOX Dragon|