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Mahindra Racing is a founding team – and the only Indian team – to compete in the FIA Formula E Championship.[1][2], the world’s first all-electric street racing series. Mahindra Racing has an impressive stats sheet and is a multi-race winning outfit after scoring its breakthrough victory at the Berlin E-Prix in 2017.  The squad is committed not only to pushing the limits of technology and innovation in the electric vehicle space, but to addressing the impact of climate change; it is the only Formula E team to be awarded the FIA Environmental Accreditation Two-Star rating.

Mahindra Racing
Mahindra racing logo.png
Founded2011
BaseBanbury, United Kingdom
Team principal(s)Dilbagh Gill
Current seriesFormula E
Former seriesMotoGP
Noted driversIndia Karun Chandhok
Brazil Bruno Senna
Germany Nick Heidfeld
United Kingdom Oliver Rowland
Sweden Felix Rosenqvist
Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio
Germany Pascal Wehrlein
Current driversBelgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio
Germany Pascal Wehrlein
Websitehttps://www.mahindraracing.com/


OverviewEdit

FIA Formula E ChampionshipEdit

Mahindra Racing competes in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. They entered the Championship in the inaugural season of 2014-2015 as one of the ten founding teams, and they continue to have high technical and sporting ambitions in the ground-breaking, fully electric, global street racing series.

From the second season of Formula E (2015-2016), the team developed its own electric powertrain, the M2Electro, to power their quartet of electric racing cars. The M2Electro impressed out of the box, with Nick Heidfeld scoring the team’s first podium in the opening round in Beijing. Bruno Senna had a second place podium finish in the first of the two season finale races in London. The M2Electro also impressed with its efficiency and reliability, contributing to seven double points finishes throughout the season.

For Season 3 of Formula E (2016-2017), rookie Felix Rosenqvist joined as teammate to Nick Heidfeld. Mahindra Racing developed the new M3Electro car, which proved to be a competitive package, powering the team to its maiden win at the hands of Rosenqvist at the Berlin E-Prix. The team also scored nine further podiums, three pole positions and two fastest lap awards. These results were underscored by Mahindra Racing’s third place in the Teams’ Championship standings.

Drivers Felix Rosenqvist and Nick Heidfeld remained with Mahindra for Season 4 of Formula E (2017-2018), piloting the M4Electro to two further victories, in Hong Kong and Marrakesh, and three pole positions. After a strong and encouraging start to the season, the team finished fourth overall in the team’s championship, with Rosenqvist in the driver’s title hunt for much of the season.

For Season 5 of Formula E (2018-19), Felix Rosenqvist left the team to join the Chip Ganassi IndyCar team and was replaced by former Dragon racer Jerome d'Ambrosio. Nick Heidfeld stepped down from his race seat to become a special advisor and official reserve driver for the squad and was replaced by former Manor and Sauber Formula 1 driver and DTM champion Pascal Wehrlein. Racing the M5Electro, the Mahindra drivers secured one win, two podiums, two fastest laps, a pole position and seven Super Pole appearances between them, finishing the Championship in sixth place.

SponsorsEdit

  • Renesas Electronics Corporation
  • Shell
  • Tech Mahindra
  • Pininfarina
  • Umicore
  • Alpinestars
  • Voxdale
  • Nippon Audio
  • Rockfort Engineering
  • Green Hills Software

FIA Formula E Championship (2014–present)Edit

Mahindra Racing Team and DriversEdit

Season Drivers Car Drivetrain Tyres Operator / Management
2014–15   Karun Chandhok
  Bruno Senna
Spark-Renault SRT 01E SRT 01E / McLaren Applied Technologies Michelin Carlin Motorsport[3]
2015–16   Nick Heidfeld
  Bruno Senna
Spark-Mahindra M2ELECTRO Mahindra / Rockfort Engineering M2ELECTRO[4] Michelin Carlin Motorsport[3]
2016–17   Nick Heidfeld
  Felix Rosenqvist
Spark-Mahindra M3ELECTRO[5] Mahindra / Magneti Marelli M3ELECTRO[4] Michelin Campos Racing[6]
2017–18   Nick Heidfeld
  Felix Rosenqvist
Spark-Mahindra M4ELECTRO[7] Mahindra / Magneti Marelli M4ELECTRO[8] Michelin Campos Racing[9]
2018–19   Felix Rosenqvist
  Pascal Wehrlein
  Jérôme d'Ambrosio
Spark-Mahindra M5ELECTRO[10] Mahindra / Magneti Marelli M5ELECTRO[11] Michelin Mahindra Racing[12]

Mahindra Racing Formula E resultsEdit

Year Chassis Powertrain Tyres No. Drivers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Points T.C.
Mahindra Racing
2014–15 Spark SRT01-e SRT01-e1 M BEI PUT PDE BUE MIA LBH MCO BER MSC LON 58 8th
5   Karun Chandhok 5 6 13 Ret 14 12 13 18 12 12 13
21   Bruno Senna Ret 14† 6 5 Ret 5 Ret 17 16 16 4
2015–16 Spark SRT01-e Mahindra M2ELECTRO M BEI PUT PDE BUE MEX LBH PAR BER LON 105 5th
21   Bruno Senna 13 5 Ret 10 10 5 9 15 2 6
23   Nick Heidfeld 3 9 7 8 4 12 7 13 7
  Oliver Rowland 13
2016–17 Spark SRT01-e Mahindra M3Electro M HKG MRK BUE MEX MCO PAR BER NYC MTL 215 3rd
19   Felix Rosenqvist 15 3 18 16 6 4 1 2 15 2 9 2
23   Nick Heidfeld 3 9 15 12 3 3 3 10 16 3 Ret 5
2017–18 Spark SRT01-e Mahindra M4Electro M HKG MRK SCL MEX PDE RME PAR BER ZUR NYC 138 4th
19   Felix Rosenqvist 14 1 1 4 Ret 5 Ret 8 11 6 6 8
23   Nick Heidfeld 3 16 7 Ret Ret Ret 16 11 10 15 14 5
2018–19 Spark SRT05e Mahindra M5Electro M ADR MRK SCL MEX HKG SYX RME PAR MCO BER BRN NYC 125 6th
64   Jérôme d'Ambrosio 3 1 10 4 Ret 6 8 17† 11 17 13 9 11
94   Felix Rosenqvist Ret
  Pascal Wehrlein Ret 2 6 Ret 7 10 10 4 10 Ret 7 12
Notes
  • ^1 – In the inaugural season, all teams were supplied with a spec powertrain by McLaren.
  • † – Driver did not finish the race, but was classified as he completed over 90% of the race distance.
  • * – Season still in progress.


FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship SeriesEdit

In 2011 the Mahindra Racing factory team entered the FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series in the 125cc two-stroke class. In 2012, they raced in the newly formed Moto3 (250cc four-stroke) class which replaced the 125cc class.

Mahindra Racing made history in the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix taking the first-ever podium for an Indian constructor in the MotoGP World Championship Series.[13] In the same season, the MGP3O recorded top-five finishes in 10 of the 17 rounds, a pole position, three circuit lap records, and third position in the Constructors’ Championship.

The 2014 season saw a further three podium finishes, including second place at the German Grand Prix.

From 2015 onwards, they no longer ran their own team and concentrated instead on strengthening their development program of the successful Mahindra MGP3O racing motorcycle. The decision to focus on machine development as a full-scale constructor and open a new development centre in Besozzo, Italy only strengthens Mahindra's commitment to top-level two-wheeler racing.

Mahindra Racing put up a fierce fight at the front of the pack throughout the 2015 Moto3 World Championship season, and recorded a podium finish at the French Grand Prix.

2016 got off to a strong start with Aspar Mahindra Moto3 Team rider Francesco (Pecco) Bagnaia securing a third-place podium finish at the opening round in Qatar. The Italian teen picked up podiums in Jerez (Spain) and Mugello (Italy) before making his historic first win in Assen (Netherlands) – Mahindra and India's maiden victory in the World Championship. It proved the high-level performance capabilities of the Mahindra MGP3O racing motorcycle. Two more victories followed with John Mcphee dominating the field in a wet Czech Grand Prix and Pecco taking a wonderful seven-second win in the Malaysian Grand Prix. At the Czech Grand Prix, the Indian manufacturer also scored their first-ever double podium with John Mcphee and Jorge Martin.

In 2017 Mahindra Racing competes as a constructor in its sixth year in the Moto3 class of MotoGP and remains the only Indian constructor in the series. Mahindra Racing supplies the Mahindra MGP3O single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 250cc motorcycle to the factory Aspar Mahindra Team and other customer teams. Mahindra continues to supply an official Peugeot Motocycles derivative of the MGP3O to the factory Peugeot MC Saxoprint Team since 2016.

CIV – Italian National Motorcycle Racing ChampionshipEdit

The team's historic 2012 victory in the CIV Constructors' Championship (125cc – 2 stroke) made Mahindra the first Indian team to win an international motorsport championship.

Mahindra also won the CIV Constructors’ Championship (Moto3) in 2013 and again in 2015.

Grand Prix legend Max Biaggi will spearhead Mahindra's effort in the 2017 CIV – Italian National Championship (Moto3).

FIM CEV International ChampionshipEdit

Besides its commitment to the World Championship, Mahindra Racing has been a part of the FIM CEV International Championship (Moto3 Junior World Championship) since 2013 and supplies MGP3O machines to Team Aspar and Team LaGlisse to compete in the World Championship feeder series.

Awards and AccoladesEdit

Mahindra's bold decision to take on the world’s best at the highest level of motorcycle racing has won the team a number of prestigious awards in India, including:

  • Mobil1 Motorsport Award | NDTV Car and Bike Awards, 2017, 2013, 2012
  • Motosport Award | Autocar India, 2017
  • Bikesport Award of the Year | Times Auto Awards, 2017
  • Racing Bike of the Year | Zeeignition Auto Awards, 2016
  • Motorsport Award | Bike India Magazine, 2013
  • Motorsport Award of the Year | ZigWheels Awards, 2012

Mahindra Team and Rider Line-upsEdit

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2011 (125cc)Edit

Mahindra Racing Team Riders

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2012 (Moto3)Edit

Mahindra Racing Team Riders

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2013 (Moto3)Edit

Mahindra Racing Team Riders

Ambrogio Racing Team Riders

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2014 (Moto3)Edit

Mahindra Racing Team Riders

Ambrogio Racing Team Riders

CIP Team Riders

San Carlo Team Italia Riders

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2015 (Moto3)Edit

Mapfre Team Mahindra Riders

Outox Reset Drink Team Riders

CIP Team Riders

San Carlo Team Italia Riders

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2016 (Moto3)Edit

Aspar Mahindra Team Moto3 Riders

Platinum Bay Real Estate Team Riders

CIP-Unicom Starker Team Riders

3570 Team Italia Riders

Peugeot MC Saxoprint Team Riders

Mahindra Racing Team Riders

Minimoto Portomaggiore Team Rider

Motomex Team Worldwide Race Rider

FIM MotoGP World Motorcycle Racing Championship Series, 2017 (Moto3)Edit

Aspar Mahindra Moto3 Team Riders

CIP Team Riders

Peugeot MC Saxoprint Team Riders

Mahindra MRW Aspar Team Riders

3570-MTA Team Riders

  • Edoardo Sintoni No. 30  

Race SeasonsEdit

Season 2011Edit

MotoGP 125 ccEdit

In 2011, Mahindra Racing made its motor racing debut in the 125cc class of the MotoGP championship, which was then in its last year. The team performed well in their inaugural season, capped off by Danny Webb securing Team Mahindra's first-ever pole position in the last race, at the Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain.[14]

Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
ESP
 
POR
 
FRA
 
CAT
 
GBR
 
NED
 
ITA
 
GER
 
CZE
 
IND
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
JPN
 
AUS
 
MAL
 
VAL
 
Pts
15   Marcel Schrötter Mahindra 21 13 18 Ret 16 Ret 9 11 16 14 Ret 15 11 12 11 Ret 12 36
19   Danny Webb Mahindra 16 Ret 16 Ret Ret 11 13 Ret 14 12 DNS 21 15 Ret 10 13 Ret 24

Year

QAT  

ESP  

POR  

FRA  

CAT  

GBR  

NED  

ITA  

GER  

CZE  

IND  

RSM  

ARA  

JPN  

AUS  

MAL  

VAL  

Pts

Pos

2011

16 13 16 Ret 16 11 9 11 14 12 Ret 15 11 12 10 13 12 49 3rd
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap

Season 2012Edit

Moto3Edit

Mahindra Racing participated in the first-ever Moto3 championship, which replaced the 125cc class in 2012. On 5 November 2011, Anand Mahindra then Vice Chairman & Managing Director of Mahindra & Mahindra, unveiled the MGP3O, the team's Moto3 Motorcycle. The MGP3O, liveried in red and white, featured a tubular steel frame and an aluminium swing arm. It weighed merely 83 kg and had a Mahindra-homologated 250cc, single-cylinder, four stroke liquid-cooled DOHC engine developed by Mahindra's Engines Engineering and Oral Engineering. The motorcycle was developed by Mahindra's Engines Engineering and Oral Engineering together. Danny Webb and Marcel Schrötter raced for the team in the first eight rounds of the Moto3 World Championship. The team scored its first Moto3 points at Le Mans on May 20, 2012, when Schrötter finished on a strong 12th position. Before the ninth round, at the Mugello Circuit, Schrötter and Team Mahindra parted ways. Riccardo Moretti, who had until then been racing for Mahindra in the CIV, stepped in for Schrötter. The first year of the new Moto3 four-stroke class proved challenging, and prompted the team into a change of direction.[15] In August 2012, Mahindra partnered with Suter Racing Technology to develop an all-new MGP3O, their Moto3 bike for the 2013 season. And, in November of the same year, they announced that accomplished riders Efrén Vázquez and Miguel Oliveira would be racing for Team Mahindra in the 2013 Moto3 season.

125 cc Italian National Motorcycle Racing ChampionshipEdit

[16] In early December 2012, Mahindra Racing announced its entry into the 125cc class of the Italian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (CIV) with Indian rider S. Sarath Kumar and Italian phenomenon Riccardo Moretti. Moretti was the 2009 champion in the 125cc class while Kumar is a former champion in the 130cc 4-stroke (Novice class, 2008) and the 165cc Expert Class (2009). Moretti won the season-opener, at the Mugello Circuit, Mahindra's first time earning a 1st-place finish. Kumar earned a third-place finish in the third round, at Monza. He left professional racing for personal reasons after round six. Moretti won the second and fourth races, at Imola and Mugello respectively. In the sixth round, at Misano, Moretti and new Mahindra rider Miroslav Popov finished first and second respectively; in the seventh round, again at Misano, Popov took first, while Moretti finished third.

In the final race of the 2012 season, Popov again took first place, and was joined on the podium by new Mahindra Racing rider Lukas Trautmann, who earned a second-place finish in his debut race. The double podium, Mahindra's third of the season, earned the team the 2012 CIV Constructor's Cup.[17][18]

Constructors' ChampionshipEdit
Year MU1 IMO MON MU2 MU3 MI1 MI2 VAL PTS POS
2012 25 25 16 25 10 25 25 25 176 1
Riders' ChampionshipEdit
Rider MU1 IMO MON MU2 MU3 MI1 MI2 VAL Total Points Final position
Riccardo Moretti 25 25 NC 25 RET 25 16 - 116 2
Miroslav Popov - - - - - 20 25 25 70 4
S. Sarath Kumar RET 9 16 8 10 - - - 43 9
Lukas Trautmann - - - - - - - 20 20 11

Season 2013Edit

Moto3Edit

The team achieved a double Top-10 finish in the 2013 Moto3 season opener at Qatar. This result was followed by Oliveira's 5th-place finish at the Circuit of the Americas, Team Mahindra's best performance at that point. Mahindra partnered with Suter Racing Technology to develop a new Moto3 bike for the 2013 season. Efrén Vázquez and Miguel Oliveira will be representing Team Mahindra in the MotoGP Championship.[19]

Riders' standings

Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
AME
 
ESP
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
CAT
 
NED
 
GER
 
IND
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
RSM
 
ARA
 
MAL
 
AUS
 
JPN
 
VAL
 
Pts
6   Miguel Oliveira Mahindra 7 5 16 Ret 4 6 4 4 8 9 5 7 5 3 26 4 10 150
9   Efrén Vázquez Mahindra 10 14 8 DNS DNS 5 12 6 Ret 11 10 12 10 Ret 7 Ret 5 82

Constructors' Championship

Bike

QAT  

AME  

ESP  

FRA  

ITA  

CAT  

NED  

GER  

IND  

CZE  

GBR  

RSM  

ARA  

MAL  

AUS  

JPN  

VAL  

Pts

Mahindra

7 5 8 Ret 4 5 4 4 8 9 5 7 5 3 7 4 5

173

Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Bold – Pole
Italics – Fastest Lap
Blue – Rookie

CIV 2013Edit

In the 2013 season, the team entered the Moto3 class (250cc 4 stroke) in the CIV with talented riders Andrea Locatelli and Michael Rinaldi. Locatelli ended Rounds 1 and 2 with a twin podium finish: he won the first race, and finished in third place in the second. Rinaldi finished eighth in the first encounter and sixth in the second.[20][21]

Riders' Championship

Final position Rider MU1 MU2 VA1 VA2 MI1 MI2 IM1 IM2 MU3 MU4 Total Points
1 A. Locatelli 25 20 10 25 25 20 25 10 7 167
2 M. Rinaldi 10 11 16 13 20 7 25 16 11 16 145

Constructors' Championship

Final position Manufacturer MU1 MU2 VA1 VA2 MI1 MI2 IM1 IM2 MU3 MU4 Total Points
1 Mahindra 25 20 16 13 25 25 25 25 11 1 201

Season 2014Edit

Vázquez confirmed that he was no longer riding with Mahindra Racing in the 2014 season, and was replaced by Arthur Sissis.[22]

Season 2014 was an extremely successful year with the MGP3O recording three podiums – including a best-ever second-place finish by their customer team, Ambrogio Racing's rider Brad Binder. The first podium of the season was secured by Mahindra Racing rider Miguel Oliveira at the Assen circuit in the Dutch TT.

For the entire season, the team riders Oliveira and Andrea Migno regularly challenged at the front of the tight Moto3 pack. The MGP3O recorded six Top-4 finishes in the entire season, as Mahindra finished third overall in the Moto3 Constructors' rankings at the end of the 2014 season.

Pos Rider Bike QAT
 
USA
 
ARG
 
SPA
 
FRA
 
ITA
 
SPA
 
NED
 
GER
 
USA
 
CZE
 
GBR
 
ITA
 
SPA
 
JAP
 
AUS
 
MAL
 
SPA
 
Pts
10   Miguel Oliveira Mahindra 4 15 DNS 14 12 4 12 3 Ret 7 7 4 22 7 Ret 7 Ret 8 110
29   Arthur Sissis Mahindra DNS Ret 22 Ret 17 17 18 21 13 21 26 3
25   Andrea Migno Mahindra Ret 8 Ret Ret 17 Ret 18 8

Year

QAT  

USA  

ARG  

SPA  

FRA  

ITA  

SPA  

NED  

GER  

USA  

CZE  

GBR  

ITA  

SPA  

JAP  

AUS  

MAL  

SPA  

Pts

Pos

2014

4 15 13 14 12 4 6 3 2 7 6 4 6 7 3 7 14 8 168 3rd
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Seeing the successful performance of their bike in the 2014 season, Mahindra Racing decided that from 2015, they would renew their focus on bike development and become a full-fledged manufacturer in the Moto3 class of the World Championship.[23]

Season 2015Edit

In 2015, Mahindra Racing became a full-scale independent constructor, supporting four customer teams in the most competitive class of the World Championship. The highlight of this move, which marked a coming of age for Mahindra Racing, was a tie up with the multiple championship-winning Aspar Team. Mahindra Racing supplied three motorcycles to the four-time champion Jorge Martinez's team, becoming their de facto factory team. The tie-up underlined their determination to transform themselves from established giant-killers to full-blown championship contenders.[24][25][26][27]

2015 Riders Line upEdit

A new partnership with 4 times World Champion Jorge Martinez's experienced Mapfre Aspar Team was announced earlier in 2014 season,[27] leading the charge for Mahindra in the ultra-competitive Moto3 series with a three-bike line up. The Aspar Team's Mahindra MGP3Os were piloted by the 2014 Red Bull Rookies Champion, Spaniard Jorge Martin; Italian Francesco Bagnaia, a graduate of the VR 46 academy, who switched from the Sky VR46 team; and Juanfran Guevara, contesting his third Moto3 World Championship.[24][28][29][30]

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