LONDON E-PRIX – FAST FACTS
The 2021 London E-Prix saw Mahindra Racing return to the stop step of the podium, with Alex Lynn achieving his first ever Formula E race win. At their home race, both drivers contributed to some of our most impressive Fast Facts stats yet….
> Mahindra Racing claimed their first win since the Season 5 Marrakesh E-Prix, which was 925 days before the second race in London.
> Lynn scored 44 points across the two races in London, which is more than the British driver had scored in his previous 12 races.
> Mahindra Racing were the only team to have two cars in the top nine of qualifying for Race 1 in London, with Lynn qualifying on pole and Sims in eighth place.
> Lynn is now the third highest scoring driver for Mahindra, having scored 94 points for the team (which is only behind Felix Rosenqvist and Nick Heidfeld).
> Mahindra Racing claimed their first pole position since the Season 5 Mexico City E-Prix.
> Alex Lynn claimed his first FanBoost, and the first FanBoost for a Mahindra Racing driver since the Season 6 Marrakesh E-Prix. Lynn received 28.57% of the FanBoost vote for the Sunday race (the previous highest vote percentage that Lynn received this season was 3.64%).
> Mahindra are now only one of two Formula E teams to have claimed FanBoost in all seven seasons (the other team being Audi).
> Race 1 in London saw Lynn lead his first laps in Formula E, and the first laps led by a Mahindra Racing driver since the Season 5 Mexico City E-Prix.
> Qualifying for the second race in London saw Lynn top the qualifying groups session. This is the first season in which a Mahindra Racing driver has topped the qualifying groups session twice in the same season (after Lynn also topped the session in for the first race in Valencia).
> Lynn was the only driver to reach Super Pole in both qualifying sessions in London. Having also reached both Super Pole sessions in Valencia, Lynn becomes only the second driver to have reached both Super Pole sessions in the same weekend on two occasions in Season 7.