Mahindra Racing Formula E Team
Bruno Senna, Brazil. Born 1983 (Seasons 1 and 2)
Nick Heidfeld, German. Born 1977
Felix Rosenqvist, Sweden. Born 1991
Dilbagh Gill, Team Principal
Joan Orus, Team Manager
M2 Electro Race Car
100% Electric Single Seater with McLaren technology joint development with Mahindra for seasons 1 and 2 and a Magneti Marelli motor for season 3, which is 3kg lighter.
Peak performance: over 19,000rpm and 150Nm torque (vs. 17,500rpm and 130Nm in Season 1)
Max power (limited): 200kw, equivalent to 270bhp
Race mode (power-saving): 170kW, equivalent to 230bhp
Fanboost: The three drivers with the most online fan vote will each receive one five-second ‘power boost’ per car, temporarily increasing their car’s power to 180kW(243bhp)
Acceleration: 0 – 100 km/h (0-62mph) in 3s – Estimated
Maximum speed: 225 km/h (FIA limited) – Estimated
The maximum weight of the Battery Cells and Capacitor of the RESS must not be higher than 200kgs
All Battery Cells must be certified to UN Transportation Standards as a minimum requirement
Hewland four-speed, paddle shift sequential gearbox built to Mahindra spec
1 Hour Quick Charging Time from 128Amp three phase grid connection
Mahindra Racing Formula E Team
Driver Standings, Team & Car Info
MAHINDRA RACING IN THE NEWS
Week 23 2017 - Mahindra achieves challenger status
Mahindra Racing took two podium positions in the 7th race of the third season of the Formula E series held in Berlin on Saturday the 10th of June. The Mahindra team stands a very good chance to end 2nd in the series with five races remaining as it lies only 17 points behind the second place Audi team. Multi-season winner, Renault had an unfortunate race, with its ace Sebastian Buemi being disqualified due to a tire pressure infringement. Mahindra has been very consistent over the season with some podium finishes but has never been able to clinch the top position. The 8th race will be held today and bodes to be an exciting spectacle.
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