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MAHINDRA HOPES DASHED BY LAST-LAP TUMBLE

Mahindra Racing's hopes of scoring points in the first GP of 2017 were dashed under the Qatari floodlights, when big-hearted class rookie Marco Bezzecchi crashed out after fighting his way to the front of a fierce group. He had started the last of 18 laps in 12th place, leading the second group.

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MAHINDRA RACING CONCLUDE FIRST OFFICIAL TEST OF 2017

The Jerez circuit was host to the first official test of the 2017 season, providing riders and teams with three fruitful days of track time. While this was not Mahindra Racing’s first run on track in 2017, it was the first chance the entirety of the Moto3 World Championship class had to compare themselves to the competition.

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MAHINDRA RACING ANNOUNCES PERFECTLY TIMED PARTNERSHIP WITH OMOLOGATO

Mahindra Racing today announced a new partnership with Omologato, which sees the British watch brand become an Official Partner of the high-flying Formula E team. With the clock ticking down to round four of the 2016-17 FIA Formula E Championship - the Mexico City ePrix, taking place in three weeks - the announcement of this new motorsport partnership is perfectly timed.

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2017 MGP3O debuts in Valencia

The 2017 season has officially begun for Mahindra Racing, completing a successful two-day test at the Valencia Circuit. A number of upgrades have hit the MGP3O for 2017 with engine development remaining as a key area of focus for the Moto3 World Championship's only Indian manufacturer.

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MAHINDRA RACING IN THE MIX FOR A SHARE OF $1 MILLION AT VEGAS ERACE

EXAMPLE ABOUT ONE/TWO SENTENCES FROM FIRST PARAGRAPH: Three weeks after its double-points finish in Mexico, and fresh from the third in-season test, Mahindra Racing travels to Hong Kong for the fifth round of the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship with the aim of consolidating its lead in both the manufacturers and driver’s championship.

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MAHINDRA ROBBED OF CLASSIC END TO BEST-EVER SEASON

Aspar Mahindra Team rider Francesco ‘Pecco’ Bagnaia was robbed of a clear third in the world championship in today’s Valencia GP, when for a second time in three races he was sent flying as innocent victim of a mistake by the same rival rider.

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