Lewis joined Mahindra Racing in 2015 and is the technical lead on the Formula E programme. His role means he oversees the technical parts of the programme, ensuring the car meets all technical regulations and is correctly homologated and, of course, working on maximising the performance of the race cars.
Josef joined the team ahead of Season 7 and leads the team that maintains the race cars and delivers trackside performance. Prior to joining Mahindra Racing, Josef excelled as leader of the Strategy and Power Unit Tools Group at Mercedes AMG High Performance for a number of years. Here, he collaboratively helped to achieve the most successful chain of double F1 World Championship titles on record. Josef’s extensive experience in motorsport, including trackside work in Formula Renault 3.5, time with the Marussia F1 Team and race engineer work with a roster of talented drivers, brings a wealth of expertise and knowledge to his new role.
Motorsport veteran Paul Willett brings more than 20 years industry experience with him and made the transition to Formula E ahead of the 2019/20 season from his previous roles in teams involved in the World Endurance Championship, Blancpain Endurance Series and the Asian Le Mans Series.
Head of Powertrain
Angus has a background in Formula 1 and automotive engineering and heads up the powertrain development programme for the team. He is in charge of the entire powertrain from a software and electronics perspective. He also has a future focus, part of a key team researching and identifying technologies for use in forthcoming seasons.
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Tom is Alexander Sim’s race engineer and has a wealth of experience in race engineering. He joined the team from five years at Strakka Racing, which competed in the Blancpain Endurance Series and Intercontinental GT Challenge. Prior to that he fulfilled roles at the Status Grand Prix GP3 team, Double R Racing, Ocean Racing Technology and David Price Racing.