Subsequent to winning the Buenos Aires ePrix, DS Virgin Racing is resolved to make it consecutive wins as the group heads to Mexico to tackle the 2.092km Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit in the heart of Mexico City on 12 March.
Taking after the main win of the season, DS Virgin Racing is prepared for the up and coming inaugural Mexico City ePrix. Whilst there are obscure components making a beeline for Mexico interestingly, the group is eager to be in another area and is riding an influx of certainty as a consequence of winning the last race. Having secured post position and driving all the way in Buenos Aires, Sam Bird will be searching for a comparable result to combine his position in the main three of the driver’s title and further enhance DS Virgin Racing’s position in the group’s standings.
“I am feeling awesome in front of Mexico,” said British driver, Sam Bird. “I went into Buenos Aires with certainty since I knew the track. Clearly I don’t have that extravagance with Mexico, yet I’m sure with the group and the auto, and I’ll be meaning to vie for triumph once more. I know the two drivers before me in the standings are capable and they will set up a decent battle, however in any event I can say that it’s a battle I’m in.”
DS Virgin Racing’s win in Buenos Aires put Bird inside of 24 purposes of Brazilian Lucas Di Grassi and 28 of Swiss title pioneer Sébastien Buemi.
Arranged in the heart of Mexico City, the notable Autódromo Hermanos Rodriguez circuit highlights 18 turns, is 2.092km long and is a shorter adaptation of the track that has Formula 1 Grand Prix. Set to be a standout amongst the most paramount races of the season in this way, the Mexico City ePrix will have seating for an expected 40,000 fans.
French DS Virgin Racing Driver, Jean-Eric Vergne, is likewise going for a solid result at the ePrix: “I’m anticipating Mexico. I have an inclination that I haven’t worked out quite as well as I may have loved the previous few races, so I am going to give my beginning and end amid this occasion to get a decent result. I am additionally truly satisfied to be going to Mexico;
I know the territory we are heading off to, it’s incredible and the stadium environment will be stunning. I’ve dashed in Mexico City before and the fans are incredible.”
The DS Virgin Racing group has made huge changes subsequent to the begin of Season Two, as per Team Principal Alex Tai. “The test day in Punta del Este has set off a lot of change,” he clarified. “We have enhanced a few parts of DSV-01 and we are especially satisfied with the new programming the group created for Buenos Aires that has offered the drivers some assistance with managing their vitality all the more effectively. Be that as it may, we will stay practical. I trust we will keep on enhancing, particularly since the Buenos Aires ePrix has demonstrated that we are fit for annoying the leaderboard so our next test is consistency. Our desire is to be on the platform each race in the middle of now and the end of the season.”