Disappointing end to
Mexico City ePrix

After a promising start in the early stages, the thrilling race had a disappointing end for us.

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Mexico City ePrix

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Mexico City ePrix

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SEASON STANDINGS

FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS6
POintS20

NICK HEIDFELD

POS8
POintS17

Mahindra Racing Formula E Team

RACE R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8
POINTS 16FL 20P 1FL 0 - - - -
TOTAL POINTS
37
RANKING
5
PODIUMS
0

RACE REWIND

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What an impressive start to the third season! Our boy, ‘Quick Nick’ clinched a third place on the podium in a nail-biting finish with almost zero percent energy remaining in his car’s battery.

Felix Rosenqvist, on the other hand, endured a tough beginning. Having started from an encouraging sixth place on the grid, he was caught out in early race traffic. Then, damage to his M3Electro from a high-speed spin sent him to the back of the pack by forcing an early car swap. Never one to give up, he showed his mettle and true potential by setting the fastest lap of the race en route to the 15th place. We think he should be rechristened as, ‘Superfast Felix’.


Check out our race poster for Hong Kong ePrix here.
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BEHIND THE WHEEL

NICK HEIDFELD

POS.
3
BEST
1:05.085

FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS.
15
BEST
1:02.947
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Track Details
LocationHong Kong
Length1.860 KM
Turns10

GALLERY

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We collected our first-ever pole position and landed a second consecutive podium finish, thanks to Super Swede – Felix Rosenqvist. In just his second Formula E race, he finished third during the series’ visit to Africa after leading the race from pole for an impressive 27 laps. The 2.971km semi-permanent street circuit, the longest in Formula E history, put pressure on energy management for the entire field.

The 25-year-old lies fourth in the Drivers’ Championship on 19 points (coincidently, the same as his race number).

Team mate Nick Heidfeld qualified in 11th position. Some early jostling from the race start hampered his advancement through the field but he ultimately recovered to ninth place. The combined drivers’ results have elevated us to joint second in the Teams’ Championship.


Check out our race poster for Marrakesh ePrix here.
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FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS.
3
BEST
1:24.579
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NICK HEIDFELD

POS.
9
BEST
1:24.861
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Track Details
LocationMorocco
Length2.97 KM
Turns12

GALLERY

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A rather disheartening race for both drivers. Heidfeld and Rosenqvist, started from P8 and P12 respectively. Not to be deterred by any means, they picked their way through the field on target to a strong double-points finish with a well-managed energy strategy in their M3Electro racecars.

Unfortunately, the car change pit stop proved to be problematic. Rosenqvist’s race was lost when a Battery Management System (BMS) issue prevented him from leaving the pit box for around one minute. And Heidfeld was forced to serve a drive-through penalty when the FIA timing clocked his minimum pit time as four tenths of a second shorter than the required safety minimum.

Despite the disappointing result, Rosenqvist still managed to clock the fastest lap of the race and notch up one more Championship point.


Check out our race poster for Buenos Aires ePrix here.
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BEHIND THE WHEEL

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NICK HEIDFELD

POS.
15
BEST
1:10.910
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FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS.
18
BEST
1:09.467
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Track Details
LocationArgentina
Length2.479 KM
Turns12

GALLERY

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After a promising start in the early stages, we had a disappointing end to a thrilling race at the Mexico City ePrix. Both our drivers started within the top 10 on the grid. Nick Heidfeld maintained the second position till the mid-race pit stop. Unfortunately, he lost several places during the pit stop due to two competitors failing to respect the minimum pit stop time. Team mate Felix Rosenqvist picked up two places starting from the eighth position on the grid.

In the closing stages of the race, Nico Prost's contact with Heidfeld sent him into a spin, facing oncoming traffic. Rosenqvist collided with the team mate's M3Electro and was forced to retire two laps before the race end. Heidfeld was able to continue and eventually ended up in the 12th position.




Check out our race poster for Mexico ePrix here.
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BEHIND THE WHEEL

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N. HEIDFELD

POS.
12
BEST
1:03.864
Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS.
16
BEST
1:04.021
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Track Details
LocationMexico
Length2.092 KM
Turns18

GALLERY

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Track Details
LocationMonaco
Length1.76 KM
Turns12
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Track Details
LocationFrance
Length1.93 KM
Turns14
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Locationgermany
Length2.25 KM
Turns10
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Track Details
Locationgermany
Length2.25 KM
Turns10
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Track Details
LocationUSA
Length1.947 KM
Turns13
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Race Track
LocationUSA
Length1.947 KM
Turns13
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Track Details
LocationCanada
Length2.75 km
Turns14
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LocationCanada
Length2.75 km
Turns14
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