The final round of the ABB Formula E race at the Home Challenge in support of UNICEF has concluded with some impressive results for Mahindra Racing of India. Pascal Verheulen and Sam Dejonge offered a virtual Berlin Templehoff race for Mahindra Racing in the final round of the esports series with double digits. After battling it out for seven consecutive weeks, Pascal was declared the vice-champion of the driver grid, winning the series alongside Stauffel Vandoorne of the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E team. Mahindra racing team finished third in the championship.
With Pascal leading the championship in the final race, Vandoorne had 14 points clear. He qualified on the front row of the grid in the second position, just ahead of Vandoorne, but Pascal was hit and forced into a spin in the third corner on the opening lap of the 15-lap race, causing him to fall down the grid. Gone. On the 21st. He fought his way to cross the line in points, but received a 10-second penalty after the race for a different event and was classified in the 12th grade. After three race wins and two Julius Bare pole positions, the ABB FIA in the # 94 Driver Home Challenge finished as Vice Champion in the Formula E race.
Sam Denghe stepped in for Jerome D’Ambrosio for today’s closing race and qualified # 64 M6Electro in the twelfth line. The Belgian racer took six places before finishing at the end of Lap 10 and graded 17th.
In the Battle of the Challenge grid, Lucas Müller, who has represented Mahindra Racing every week of the championship and who entered the world of esports in 2018, took on the Tempohof flag 1.4 seconds behind race winner Kevin Siggi in the final.
As a result of the race, Lucas was the Vice Champion at the Challenge Grid Championship. Before the ABB FIA Formula E Race at Home Challenge Grand Final Weekend, Mahindra Racing announced its commitment to plant a tree for every live spectator watching the championship on the Formula E Twitch channel. The final number of this initiative will be confirmed in due time.