With back-to-back wins in the Macau Grand Prix - arguably the toughest street race in the world - Mahindra Racing's Felix Rosenqvist has undeniable street racing pedigree.
He showed this to great effect in Formula E, securing Mahindra’s first win in the series and ending the 2016/17 season as the highest place rookie.
During the 2017/18 season, Rosenqvist clinched another two victories in the first three rounds before reliability issues ended his hopes of a Championship title. He finished the season sixth.
The Swede was the 2015 Formula 3 Euroseries champion, and he showed his class by taking pole position and a podium finish in just his second Formula E race.
Over a rich and varied 2016 season, Rosenqvist raced Indy Lights in the US, made a couple of starring cameo appearances for Mercedes in the DTM and returned to Macau for an unprecedented hat-trick, but fell just short.
He also raced IMSA sportscars in the US and made a winning appearance in the Blancpain Sprint GT series.