24 JUNE 2020, BANBURY, UK – Mahindra Racing is delighted to welcome Alex Lynn to the team. The 26-year-old Brit, who was GP3 Series Champion in 2014 and is a Macau Grand Prix and Sebring 12 Hours winner, will pilot the #94 M6Electro for the remainder of the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship alongside Jérôme D’Ambrosio in the #64.

Lynn has demonstrated his versatility as a racing driver, achieving successes in both single-seater and sportscar categories. He achieved early single-seater championship titles in Formula Renault UK Winter Cup and Formula Renault UK. In 2013 he took victory at the renowned Macau Grand Prix, and then took the overall championship win the following year in the GP3 Series in his rookie campaign.

He is a multiple race winner in the GP2 series and fulfilled a development driver role for the Williams Racing Formula 1 Team. He has Formula E experience having raced with both DS Virgin Racing and Jaguar Racing and has competed in a total of 21 races, with his best result coming at Punte del Este where he finished sixth.

“I am really excited to be able to represent Mahindra Racing in Berlin. I have high ambitions in this championship that match what Mahindra Racing wants to achieve. I just can’t wait to get started. I’ve raced twice in Berlin before and always felt that I went well there, including appearing in Super Pole last season. The format of Berlin is going to be exciting and challenging at the same time and I’m looking forward to hitting the ground running.”

Alex Lynn

“We’re delighted to welcome Alex to the Mahindra Racing family. He has achieved some fantastic highlights in his career already and we’re confident that together we can get results in the remainder of Season 6. It’s not easy to jump in mid-season, especially with the unique way we will be running the races in Berlin, but Alex has a hunger, talent and experience that we are sure will pay dividends fast. We would like to thank Pascal for his contribution and wish him all the best in his future endeavours.”

Dilbagh Gill