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SEASON STANDINGS

FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS3
POintS127

NICK HEIDFELD

POS7
POintS88

Mahindra Racing Formula E Team

RACE R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12
POINTS 16 FL 20 P 1 FL 0 23 27 40 22 P 0 33 2 31 P
TOTAL POINTS
215
RANKING
3
PODIUMS
10

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 ‘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

Marrakesh Next
Formula E Marrakesh Calendar

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.
Formula E Marrakesh Calendar

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FELIX ROSENQVIST

POS.
3
BEST
1:24.579
nick hiedfeldnick hiedfeld

NICK HEIDFELD

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

GALLERY

Hong Kong Prevbuenos Aires Next
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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

NickNick

NICK HEIDFELD

POS.
15
BEST
1:10.910
FelixFelix

FELIX ROSENQVIST

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

GALLERY

Marrakesh Prevmexico City Next
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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

Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

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

buenos Aires PrevMonaco Next
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Both drivers, Nick and Felix, made awesome comebacks after a disastrous turn of events at Mexico City. Nick steered his M3Electro to a superb third place, followed by Felix in sixth. The double-points finish was the best ever recorded in our three-year history in the championship.

Nick started from eighth on the grid directly behind Felix and, in what is becoming a signature move, overtook three cars under braking into the first corner. A tussle between competitors Nelson Piquet Jr. and Jean-Éric Vergne later on lap 22, promoted Nick to third place. Meanwhile, Felix moved into sixth position and held onto the strong points-scoring place despite a one-sided radio issue.

Nick also became the first driver to finish on the podium in both Formula E and Formula One, in Monaco.




Check our race poster for Monaco ePrix here.
Monaco Calender

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
3
BEST
0:55.260
Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
6
BEST
0:55.512
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Track Details
LOCATIONMONACO
LENGTH1.76 KM
TURNS12

GALLERY

Mexico City PrevParis Next
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"We cannot stop working hard until we reach our final target - to win!" – Nick Heidfeld after his podium finish at the Paris ePrix.

With back-to-back podiums and a strong double point finish at Paris, the team of passioneers beat its own best-ever result from the Monaco ePrix a week earlier. Nick finished third, and Felix followed him in a close fourth. All the four M3Electro racecars demonstrated superior energy efficiency and performed faultlessly throughout the 49-lap race.




Check our race poster for Paris ePrix here.
Paris Calender

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
3
BEST
1:03.401
Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
4
BEST
1:03.461
ParisParis
Track Details
LOCATIONFRANCE
LENGTH1.93 KM
TURNS14

GALLERY

Monaco PrevBerlin Next
Formula E Berlin Calendar

It was an epic race as we bagged not only our maiden victory with a double podium finish, but also the first-ever victory for an Indian challenger in Formula E. Rosenqvist scored his own maiden Formula E win at the Tempelhof Circuit, finishing on the top step of the podium with German teammate Nick Heidfeld in third.

The two drivers began from third and fourth positions respectively after an intense Super Pole qualifying shootout. Rosenqvist overtook competitor di Grassi for the lead on lap 22. It was a lead he would not lose, despite di Grassi deploying his extra 100kJ of FanBoost energy. Heidfeld, wearing a special Berlin ePrix Sparco race suit created by #DrivenByDesign winner Tejas Manek, was able to put pressure on di Grassi in the later stages of the race.

The race result further strengthened our third place in the team standings.

Check out our race poster for Berlin ePrix here.

Formula E Berlin Calendar

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
1
BEST
1:10.888
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
3
BEST
1:10.948
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Track Details
Locationgermany
Length2.25 KM
Turns10

GALLERY

Paris PrevBrussels Next
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We collected another pole and podium following our first-ever win the previous day. Rosenqvist finished first but was relegated to second place, behind competitor Sébastien Buemi, with a ten-second penalty due to an unsafe release from the pit lane. Heidfeld stormed up in the grid order from 20th to a 10th place finish.

A thrilling Super Pole shootout saw the Swede take his career’s second Pole Position, while a sensor malfunction in qualifying had Heidfeld start from the opposite end of the grid. Heidfeld’s progress through the track was unrivalled – within five laps he had moved up eight positions to P12. Energy conservation and regeneration then came into play, as the race became the longest Formula E race on record – two laps longer than the previous day’s battle.

Rosenqvist stands third in the Drivers’ Championship; Heidfeld in fifth. We're holding onto our third place position in the Teams’ Championship, with four races to go in the season.

Check out our race poster for Berlin ePrix here.

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BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
2
BEST
1:11.328
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
10
BEST
1:11.378
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Track Details
Locationgermany
Length2.25 KM
Turns10

GALLERY

Berlin PrevNew York Next
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The opening race of the NYC ePrix was a forgettable one that resulted in an uncharacteristic 15th place finish for Felix following an enthralling climb through the field from 17th on the grid to 5th. His German teammate, Nick, was forced to retire from 7th position with suspension damage.

Despite a difficult start to the race, we were determined to bounce back in Sunday’s race at the Big Apple.

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BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
15
BEST
1:04.557
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
BEST
1:04.811
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Track Details
LocationUSA
Length1.947 KM
Turns13

GALLERY

Brussels PrevNew York Next
New York Formula E Racing

The disappointment of the opening race of NYC ePrix made us even hungrier to get a fitting result in Sunday's extended race – and we celebrated a commanding double podium.

Felix and Nick put their mark on the race early on. The duo reached the Super Pole shootout session to start the race from 2nd and 5th places respectively. Felix took advantage of a clean starting line to pass eventual race winner Sam Bird into the first corner of the 49-lap feature. Nick – winner of the team’s first-ever FanBoost – also made gains in the opening laps of the race to follow his teammate into the podium positions. The team was unable to hold the lead, as Bird took back P1 shortly after lap 10 of the race.

Our spectacular comeback has strengthened our hold on our best-ever third place in the Teams’ Championship.

New York Formula E Racing

BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
2
BEST
1:05.558
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
3
BEST
1:05.619
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Race Track
LocationUSA
Length1.947 KM
Turns13

GALLERY

New York PrevMontreal Next
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The opening round of the double header race proved to be unexpectedly challenging. Felix, having started from P4, and leading in the top five for majority of the race, made a steering error that cost him the fight for the podium. He finished the race in P9, with just two points to the tally.

Meanwhile, Nick recovered from P14 to P11 until a clash with Loïc Duval ended his challenge for points.

Overall, it was an unfortunate day for us – but we didn’t lose hope. We mounted a comeback plan overnight to turn our fortunes on the 2.75km street circuit.

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BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
10
BEST
1:25.982
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
BEST
1:26.311
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Track Details
LocationCanada
Length2.75 km
Turns14

GALLERY

New York PrevMontreal Next
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Felix delivered our final podium in round 12, while teammate Nick followed in fifth to lock down third in the Teams’ Championship. It was a far cry from Saturday’s race and a fitting end to a whirlwind journey for us.

Both drivers converted their M3Electro racecar’s potential to nail qualifying and enter the Super Pole shootout. Pole for Felix meant that he was able to lead the 20-strong field from the start and went on to control the race for almost 30 laps.

For Nick, qualifying on the second row in fourth position was a great improvement from Saturday’s race and he was able to convert to a worthy fifth to contribute to the teams’ overall championship standing.

With 1 win, 10 podiums (more than any other team), 2 double podiums, 3 pole positions and a total of 215 points, Season 3 has been our best-ever in the Championship.

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BEHIND THE WHEEL

Felix RosenqvistFelix Rosenqvist

F. ROSENQVIST

POS.
2
BEST
1:25.396
Nick HiedfeldNick Hiedfeld

N. HEIDFELD

POS.
5
BEST
1:26.028
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Track Details
LocationCanada
Length2.75 km
Turns14

GALLERY

Montreal Prev