The Swiss-Italian driver joined the staff in 2017 underneath its then-current guise of Venturi and took to the rostrum in solely his second outing in Hong Kong.
An extra 12 podiums adopted throughout his tenure with the squad, together with six wins which put him in championship competition through the 2020-21 and 2021-22 campaigns.
He completed second within the standings within the former, solely seven factors behind champion Nyck de Vries, and third within the latter season.
His most up-to-date marketing campaign with the newly rebranded Maserati MSG squad was troublesome, although, as he failed to complete on the rostrum throughout the 16-race season and completed 14th within the drivers’ standings – 62 factors behind team-mate Maximilian Guenther.
Following the poor marketing campaign, it was confirmed on Friday that he could be leaving forward of the 2023-24 season.
“The previous six years of my profession have been fairly a journey, and it has been an honour to symbolize the staff throughout this time,” mentioned Mortara.
“Since 2017, we’ve got skilled quite a bit collectively, it’s been a rollercoaster at occasions and by studying from the powerful moments we confronted, we grew to change into a aggressive outfit, combating for race wins and world championships.
Edoardo Mortara, Maserati Racing, Maserati Tipo Folgore
Photograph by: Simon Galloway / Motorsport Images
“I’m pleased with the function I performed on this. I wish to take this chance to thank the staff for his or her belief in me and their help, I want them the perfect of luck for the longer term.”
Mortara has but to substantiate what his plans are for the 2024 season and whether or not he’ll stay in Components E, whereas Maserati MSG is predicted to announce its driver line-up later this month.
James Rossiter, staff principal at Maserati MSG, added: “We want to thank Edo for his efforts and success over the previous six seasons. His expertise, data, and experience have been pivotal in our journey and growth as a staff. On a private word, it has been a privilege to work with him and all of us want him each success for the longer term.”