Amlin Aguri (officially Amlin Aguri Formula E Team) is an international motor racing team founded by former Formula One and 24 hours of Le Mans driver Aguri Suzuki (Executive Chairman) to compete in the inaugural FIA Formula E Championship for electric cars. The team is based in Tokyo, Japan and currently in a technical partnership with Super Aguri.
It was announced on 27 June 2014 that the first female driver to drive in Formula E would be Katherine Legge from Great Britain. On 2 July, Antonio Felix da Costa from Portugal was confirmed as the second driver. It was announced that Takuma Sato would fill in for the team at the first round in Beijing, due to de Costa having previous commitments in the DTM series.