Mahindra Racing, one of the 10
founding teams of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, is the first team
felicitated at the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy event, in Brisighella, Italy. This is
the first time that a Formula E team was recognised as a part of the award
ceremony which demonstrates the success of the championship through its four
seasons since 2014. Now in its 26th year, the Lorenzo Bandini Trophy was
awarded to an outstanding current Formula 1 driver who displays commendable
skill, passion and performance in motorsport.
Mahindra Racing was recognised
for their achievements in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship. Team Principal
& CEO Dilbagh Gill collected the award on behalf of the entire team and
Nick Heidfeld was felicitated by the
Italian Senate. Nick will also drive the team’s season four challenger, the
M4Electro, for two laps of the town’s ‘figure-of-eight’ circuit. Hailed as the
surprise of season three, Mahindra Racing’s race to the front in 2017, has
earned them a place as an equal amongst some of the biggest automotive names.
The team started out as a back-marker team in the first season though still
finished eighth; they then moved up to fifth in season two.
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