Nick Heidfeld1977-05-10 (age 42)
Rosenqvist enters an arena where pioneering technology converges with motorsport
Nick Heidfeld reckons Mahindra Racing’s season three Formula E car is a 'big step' forward in terms of design and packaging compared to last season's car.
Felix Rosenqvist will partner Nick Heidfeld in the Mahindra team in season three of the FIA Formula E Championship, which begins in Hong Kong on October 9.
Fourth LMP1 Privateer win in four races for Rebellion Racing in 2016 WEC
Alexandre Imperatori and Dominik Kraihamer in the Rebellion R-One AER #13 qualified first of the LMP1 Privateers
Mahindra Racing's team principal Dilbagh Gill feels they "ticked every box" in the second Formula E season to claim a top five finish in the standings.
Fourth LMP1 Privateer Win for Rebellion Racing in the last 5 years at Le Mans
All the Rebellion Racing drivers were present at the Test Day.
Mahindra Racing's team manager Joan Orus reflects on the Berlin ePrix, where exclusion from qualifying forced the outfit to make a quick change in strategy for the race to score vital points in the championship.
Rebellion Racing 3rd and 4th overall
The team kicked off the 2016 FIA WEC racing season very well taking the top two positions in the LMP1 Privateer class.
1-2 LMP1 Privateer win at 6 Hours of Silverstone
Mahindra Racing’s chief engineer Vinit Patel reflects on a double points finish in Long Beach and contemplates on the ill-timely appearance of the safety car.
The cars showed strong pace and posted the second and third fastest top speeds of the field...
With the disqualification of Lucas di Grassi, Mahindra Racing were able to secure a double point finish at the Mexico ePrix but Nick Heidfeld believes the Indian squad would have scored more, if not for energy issues.
Mahindra Formula E driver Nick Heidfeld doesn’t expect to fully recover from his wrist injury, despite having made a successful return to racing earlier this month in Buenos Aires.
Rebellion Racing drivers Nicolas Prost and Nick Heidfeld have lamented the lack of competition in the privateer LMP1 category ahead of the 2016 World Endurance Championship season.