• 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship
• Rounds 10 & 11 – New York City, USA
• Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 July

Mahindra Racing in New York City – The Stats

Race Starts: 12
Podiums: 2
Points Scoring Finishes: 7

“The New York City track itself is good fun and both Alex and I have had decent success there; the only time I’ve raced there before in Season 5 was one of the highlights of the season for me, scoring my first Formula E pole and podium. It’s critical in Formula E to have smooth race days and you’re only going to get good results from hard work, so hopefully that’s going to play out this weekend. I go to New York feeling optimistic that the ingredients are there for a strong result.”

#29 Alexander Sims

“I’m super excited to race in New York this weekend. It’s such an iconic city and it’s a flagship event for Formula E, so to be returning after missing it last year is really special. I scored pole position in my first ever Formula E race there, and it’s a track that seems to suit me, my team-mate and the team. We’ll be racing on the same circuit configuration as the last time Formula E visited in Season 5, so we’re all familiar with the challenge. I’ve now scored in the last four consecutive races, so I’ll be looking to continue that consistency.”

#94 Alex Lynn

“We head to New York with two drivers that have done well at the track before, a fully motivated team and our strong M7Electro package, complete with the ZF powertrain that has seen us twice to the podium so far this season. The next three race weekends are somewhat home races for us; Mahindra has a big presence in the USA, we’re based in the UK with two British drivers, and ZF’s home is in Germany, so the three upcoming double-headers are all special locations for us and we have been working hard to fulfil the team’s potential at the remaining events of the season.”

Dilbagh Gill