The exciting Mahindra Racing Formula E team is no in its third season, which will be held in the scenic city of Punta del Este in Uruguay. It is going to be an exhilarating moment; the crowd will witness two ace Indian racers, Bruno Senna and Karun Chandhok. The earlier session was held in Malaysia, and it was a challenging phase, it rained all through the afternoon and the weather in Punta del Este is pleasant. Participants are geared for the tedious race; there will be a couple of free warm up sessions in the morning, and then a swift fire group qualifying session and later on the afternoon race.
It is going to be a challenging moment for Mahindra racing drivers, the earlier round was held in Putrajaya city of Malaysia. Chandhok performed well but Bruno could not sustain the last bit of the race and gave up inches before podium finish. The race in Punta del Este is a crucial one for the racers, Senna and Chandhik are aiming for first positions, the zeal of the crowd and smooth race track in Uruguay is an attractive platform for positivity.
The race is Punta del Este is competitive, but also equally relaxing, the beach front area is an ideal medium for participants to relax all through the car. The structure of the race track is refined, but it is going to be a tough challenge for racers, who will have to engage their minds through tricky bends, not one or two but twenty. It is a tight track and racers will have to grille themselves to tackle 2.8km circuit, and participants may have to drive through the sand.
It will be interesting to watch the race in Punta del Este, and it certainly one of the toughest tracks to tackle, and there much of exhilaration is packed in, to just witness how Karun Chandhok can take the lead in tediously tough surroundings, he gave an insight into his participation moments and said, ‘’the initial two rounds have been fruitful, and we have performed well all through the events held in Malaysia and we hope to be the first podium finishers. ‘’
Contenders will have to perform a series of warm up to imbibe the nuances of racing on the uniquely built tracks of Punta del Este, and Chandhok is geared to absorb the dynamics of race tracks, and his first conquest is to get acquainted to longer straight lanes and narrower turns. The tricky part is to tackle the grip level to get accustomed to the drive rhythms of sand close to the beach. Chandhok is banking on his swift moving car, to capture every triumphant moment on Punta del Este.
Chandhok is ready to face the battle in Uruguay, and is ready to conquer the opening races; he spoke of how his team could have yielded better results in Malaysia, and his hopeful of a spark performance in Punta del Este. Racing on beach sand is going to be fun for the viewers and participants, it is something new and the effervescent response from the spectators will make contenders feel relaxed and delighted.