Mahindra Racing ended the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship with a bang, making it to the top 10 of the team standings at the world’s first all-electric street racing series. Mahindra Racing has raced in every Formula E season so far, beginning with the series’ inaugural year – 2014-15.
In an action-packed season finale at the Berlin E-Prix (14-15 August 2021), Alexander Sims recorded the team’s ninth Super Pole of the season, qualifying his M7Electro in the fourth position. He went on to finish in fifth place, collecting 10 points. Alex Lynn qualified in 14th position and crossed the line in 13th.
Alex Lynn also finished 12th in the driver’s championship at the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, with Alexander Sims 19th in the standings.
The highlights of 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship:
Sustainability at its core
The Formula E Championship has been the essential proving ground for the Race to Road initiative, augmenting Mahindra Racing’s future electric vehicles and sustainable mobility technologies.
Ever since its launch in 2014, Mahindra Racing has not only been committed to expanding the limits of technology and innovation on the racetrack, but also to address the impact of climate change. It was the first Formula E team to be awarded the FIA Environmental Accreditation Three-star rating. It is also the only team to have been certified Net Carbon Zero footprint since inception. Mahindra Racing has also pledged to greater Return on Climate and Environment (ROCE), while seeking credible, advanced and next-generation mobility solutions.
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