MAHINDRA RACING BERLIN E-PRIX PREVIEW

– ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Season 8
– Round 7 and 8 – Berlin
– Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 May

Mahindra Racing in Berlin – The Stats

– Race Starts: 24
– Podiums: 3
– Points Scoring Finishes: 11

“Berlin is an interesting place with unique characteristics – bumpiness, abrasiveness – so it will be everyone’s main goal to get the tyre working for the one lap in qualifying. The lower than usual temperatures we are expecting this week should help in that respect but until we arrive it’s difficult to know. I’ve been fairly successful here in the past and have had some good racing so hopefully we can continue to build on our momentum from Monaco and get some good results.”

#29 Alexander Sims

“Despite not getting a result in Monaco, I actually left feeling really proud of my team and what they had achieved in the two weeks since Rome. After Monaco, we did the same again – heads down and working hard – so hopefully we can move forward in the same way again this weekend. I won in Berlin back in 2020, after taking pole position, so I’ll be arriving this weekend aiming for more success. I’ve just missed out on the Duels in the last two events so getting through is a main goal of mine.”

#30 Oliver Rowland

“Berlin feels a little like a second home – like us, it’s been a part of Formula E since season one and it played host to our pandemic season in 2020. We’ve taken pole position here and achieved multiple podiums so it’s a place we have some good memories. This weekend, we must get the tyres working for us on the difficult surface and ensure we reach the Duels qualifying. This will give us the best chance to get points-scoring results in the two races.”

Dilbagh Gill