Jérôme D’Ambrosio got our season off to a superb start with a podium finish in the Ad Diriyah E-Prix. After having started in P6, the Belgian drove a fantastic race to make his way up to P2 before crossing the chequered flag in third place.
Interestingly, all the opening races in the last three years have seen us on the podium.
Felix Rosenqvist, on the other hand, didn't have the greatest of days as he was forced to retire midway through the race.
An electrifying drive from Jérôme D’Ambrosio saw our Belgian superstar secure a brilliant victory in Marrakesh. It was his third win in Formula E and his first in just his second race for Mahindra Racing.
Earlier in the day, things didn't look as good for Jérôme as he qualified in P10. But during the race, he was at his best, whizzing past the field to make it a second successive win for us in Morocco.
Pascal Wehrlein, on the other hand, had to unfortunately retire from the race early on after his car was hit on the first corner.
With two podium finishes from as many races, Jérôme now leads the drivers' championship while we are second in the teams' standings.
Pascal Wehrlein's Formula E debut in Marrakesh didn't go exactly to plan and he was keen to make amends in Santiago. And that is exactly what he did!
Starting in the first row of the grid, Pascal was consistent through the race as he finished in second place, to secure his first points in the series.
As a result, we have now managed a third podium in as many races this season.
Jérôme D’Ambrosio, on the other hand, started in P20 and once again this season, we saw him make his way up the field during the race. He finished eighth and continues to lead the drivers' championship.
It was a day of mixed emotions for the team at the Mexico City E-Prix. For large parts of the race, it looked like Pascal Wehrlein - who started on pole position - would race to his maiden Formula E victory.
The German led from start to the final corner of the race, when he had to coast past the finish line to ensure his car did not dip below 0% energy levels. As a result, Lucas di Grassi overtook him and secured the victory.
There was more heartbreak for Pascal as he was handed a five-second penalty for cutting a chicane, which pushed him from P2 to P6 in the final classification.
There was good news on the other side as Jérôme D’Ambrosio, once again, showed his ability to come back strongly as he finished in fourth position after having started the race in P18.
With this performance, D'Ambrosio now moves back to the top of the driver standings and we have also taken the lead in the team standings now. We can't wait to hit Hong Kong now!
An unfortunate accident during the second lap of the race forced both our drivers - Jérôme D’Ambrosio and Pascal Wehrlein - to retire from the Hong Kong E-Prix.
The incident occurred when Geox Dragon's Felipe Nasr hit the wall and both Jérôme and Pascal had no where to go and couldn't avoid contact.
Following this result, we have dropped two places in the team standings and now find ourselves third.