FIA Formula E: Mahindra Racing’s on the move
Team Principal Dilbagh Gill talks us through the hows, the whys and the what’s nexts of the team’s tryst with all-electric racing
Mahindra Racing’s first ever season in the FIA Formula E championship was one of great disappointment. But perhaps more importantly, it was one of great learning. As a team, they were definitely unhappy with their performance during Season 1. For starters, they’d initially said that they didn’t just want to make up the numbers on the grid. However, when the season ended and they finished eighth out of ten teams, it became evident that they hadn’t been able to avoid this ignominious fate. It would thus have to be back to the drawing...
Formula E: Mahindra Racing aim to 'win the marathon' in 2018-19 after being just a sprinter for last few seasons
Mahindra Racing's Team Principal Dilbagh Gill says, "By Season 4, we knew how to win races. But we didn’t reach the level of maturity to know how to clinch a championship. We were a sprinter, not a marathon runner. That’s something we have looked at for Season 5."
Heidfeld and Rosenqvist to lead Mahindra Racing's Formula E Season 3 campaign
Team also unveils the M3Electro with all-new livery
Jaguar confirms motorsport return with Formula E
Will compete in the 2016-2017 season of all-electric racing