The second half of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship begins in Rome, also the beginning of the four European races in season four.
After the disappointments that were the three Latin American races, Mahindra Racing returns to Europe with as much positivity as possible, and then some. Still second in the Teams’ championship and Drivers’ championship as well (with Felix Rosenqvist), the team is rejuvenated and most of all ready to race again; we’ve also added a few more tools, and have put a few more reliability and control measures in place as the season rolls on.
The 2.86km track layout has been very well designed and is causing a lot of excitement for our team; and with its undulation changes, high to slow speed sections, technical parts, underpass and tight hairpin, it comes across as the perfect arena for our electric gladiators to take centre stage.
Closer to home, with a renewed vigour to pull himself back up the standings through the European leg, Nick Heidfeld is throwing himself into the fray in his precise and efficient manner to start bringing in the points once again!
Still second in the championship but by a bigger margin than before, Rome yields every opportunity for Felix to plough through the field and get back to the top spot and continue his bid for the title!
Source : Mahindra