The 2020 Mexico City E-Prix was previously known as the 2020 CBMM Niobium Mexico City ePrix. It is a Formula E electric car race which took place on February 2020, at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez at the center of Mexico City.
The 2020 Formula E Mexico was round four of the 2019-2020 Formula E seasons, alongside being the fourth edition of the championship. Audi driver, Lucas di Grassi, was the winner of the race. He was followed by Antonio Felix da Costa standing in for Andretti, and Venturi’s Edoardo Mortara who came third in the Formula E Mexico track race.
For the 2019/2020 season, the Formula E Mexico start time was 16:03 Mexico Time (UTC-06:00).
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez is a motorsport race track, with a length of 4.304km and 17 turns. It gets its name from popular racing drivers, Ricardo, and Pedro Rodriguez.
This circuit started bearing this name almost immediately after its opening when Ricardo Rodriguez died while practicing for the 1962 Mexican Grand Prix non-championship. Nine years later, his brother Pedro Rodriguez, died while driving. The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez which dates as far back as 2015, has been the host of the Formula E Mexico City Grand Prix. In times past, it was an event that occurred in two different periods, using distinct layouts. This format last happened in 1992.
The Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez circuit is situated within the public park of the Magdalena Mixhuca Sports City in the southeast region of Mexico City. The government is responsible for its ownership. However, it is currently being handled by Corporacion Interamericana de Entretenimiento, via OCESA which happens to be one of the subsidiaries of the CIE. This motordrome went through a prominent renovation under the directives of Hermann Tilke, a prequel to the relaunch of Formula One in 2015. The front straight got a little extension, and it was reconstructed to contain a paddock and a new media center.
The Formula E Mexico schedule received verification for the fourth consecutive year in 2018. This verification was given by the FIA World Motor Sport Council, precisely on 7th June 2018. It was scheduled for the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, situated in the southeast of Mexico City.
This E-Prix event would be the fifth time race held in Mexico City February 15, 2020, and also the fourth race of the season.
Sequel to his win in Santiago, Sam Bird graced the weekend, staying at the top, leading other drivers in the championship. He had 43 points according to the Formula E Mexico results. Jerome d’Ambrosio, who had 41 points, closely followed him. For third place, the slot was shared by Antonio Felix da Costa, who failed to make an impact after his win at the first race of the season. He was alongside Robin Frijins, who is Sam Bird’s racing mate, and Jean-Eric Vergne, the defending champion.
For the teams’ championship, the results are as expected, as Virgin led with 71 points, followed by Mahindra having 59 points, and Techeetah in the third position with 47 points.
The Mexico City Formula E Prix is the fourth round of the Formula E season, and punters are expected to make precise predictions and place their bets as well. Advisably, as one of the essential betting tips, punters need to check up the results of the qualifying rounds, to make a more precise analysis before placing their bet with the available odds.
A good number of times, the top performers during the E-Prix qualifying rounds, usually come up with a similar performance during the final race. The only exception could be if unforeseen occurrences took place.
For instance, out of the top ten performers for the Superpole, four of them stayed within the top ten slots after the final race, with the remaining ones earning spots close to the top ten. With this analysis in view, it would help punters greatly to critically analyse these results, and use them for upcoming races and championships as well.
The Mexico City E-Prix was an eventful one, as it caused significant changes to the pecking order both for the players and teams as well. To start with, Jerome d’Ambrosio earned the top spot, leading Antonio Felix da Costa with seven points.
Sam Bird, who happened to be the pre-Mexican leader, stayed at the third spot and was closely followed by Lucas di Grassi, who was previously at the thirteenth spot. This drastic change happened because of Grassi’s win, which happened to be his first of the season.
For the teams’ championship after the Mexico Formula E, the results were quite similar. Mahindra stayed in the first position. They are followed by Envision Virgin Racing, with a ten-point lead. For the third spot, BMW I Andretti Motosport edged DS Techeetah. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler squad got the fifth place, and Venturi Formula E Team came sixth in the Mexico Formula E race.