– ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Season 8
– Round 3 – Mexico City, Mexico
– Saturday 12 February 2022

Mahindra Racing in Mexico – The Stats

– Race Starts: 14 (10 in Mexico City)
– Podiums: 0
– Points Scoring Finishes: 7

“I’ll be honest, I struggled to get into a rhythm yesterday – the car balance was difficult in all of the sessions. We took some lessons from Oliver’s car, were able to fine tune things a little, and today went a lot smoother. I was pleased with my performance in race two but I made two small mistakes, which turned out to be race critical. The good thing is we showed a lot of potential, we know what we need to do but we have a lot of work ahead of us in a short space of time.”

#29 Alexander Sims

“While we scored points today, we had the potential to be better. We were very strong in free practice and our pace in the race yesterday was good. We struggled a bit more today but we know what we need to do to come back better in Mexico.”

#30 Oliver Rowland

“Firstly, it’s fantastic that we are welcoming fans back to Formula E this season. Here, at the opening round, the true spirit of the series has returned, and we look forward to racing in front of the crowds around the world in 2022. We also signed an important contract extension with our partners at Tech Mahindra, which will further strengthen our engineering performance as well as give something back to the fans through enhanced racing experiences. On track, we had some highlights at the Diriyah ePrix – we showed pace in practice, progressed to the Duel battles in both qualifying sessions and collected our first points of the year. The potential is all there, however, there’s a lot we need to do before round two in Mexico City in less than two weeks. We will keep our heads down, stay focused and keep pushing.”

Dilbagh Gill