MAHINDRA RACING JAKARTA E-PRIX PREVIEW

– ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Season 8
– Round 9 – Berlin
– Saturday 4 June

Mahindra Racing in Jakarta – The Stats

– First ever race in Jakarta

“After a decent Berlin, where progress continued from Monaco, I’m hopeful that we can keep the momentum going and adjust quickly to the new track. It’s always exciting to go to a new circuit. At Jakarta there are lots of flowing corners with one corner going into the next and into the next. This means it will be important to get on top of the driving aspect quickly and get into a rhythm. Mess up on one corner and it’ll throw the whole lap!”

#29 Alexander Sims

“New tracks are always fun because no one is bringing prior knowledge. We’re all just learning as much as we can as fast as we can. I’m usually a quick learner so I can take advantage at new tracks and get the jump on others. Despite never visiting before, the team has worked so hard to prepare and I’m feeling hopeful of a good result.”

#30 Oliver Rowland

“Going into the second half of the season we are climbing to where we should be performing but we must not stop pushing hard. We need to be consistently qualifying well, gathering good points and positioning ourselves in the top half of the score board. It’s fantastic to finally be racing in Jakarta and we can’t wait to put on a show for the motorsport fans in Indonesia.”

Dilbagh Gill