With the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship at an end, we're taking a look back at the campaign in pictures. Next up, ROKiT Venturi Racing, Mahindra Racing and Porsche.
7th: ROKiT VEnturi Racing, 146 points
ROKiT Venturi Racing turned in their best points haul in Formula E to-date with 146 points secured by the outgoing Norman Nato and Edoardo Mortara. Mortara finished second in the Drivers' standings in his fourth campaign with Venturi, narrowly missing out at the last in dramatic fashion in the finale at Berlin's Tempelhof Airport Circuit. A victory in Puebla came alongside podiums in Diriyah and Berlin, with the Swiss-Italian winding up just seven points shy of eventual World Champion Nyck de Vries (Mercedes-EQ) - there was that pass in Diriyah, too. Nato sealed a storming maiden win in Round 15, though the Frenchman will be replaced by Lucas di Grassi in Season 8, with Team Principal Susie Wolff eyeing consistent points from both drivers in targeting the Teams' title.
8th: Tag heuer porsche, 137 points
Porsche's Season 7 was a story of missed opportunities, with infringements costing the team its first Formula E win, via Pascal Wehrlein, in Puebla for one. Without the double DSQ, the German marque would have been troubling the sharp end of the standings, as both Wehrlein and teammate Andre Lotterer scored consistently through a strong second half of the season. Silverware for Wehrlein in Rome and second for Lotterer in Valencia were the highlights of a season that will encourage the outfit heading into Season 8 - Wehrlein and Lotterer will be keen to improve on 11th and 17th, respectively, in the standings.
9th: mahindra racing, 132 points
Such was the intensely competitive nature of Season 7 that Mahindra found itself down in ninth spot in the Teams' table. A stunning maiden win on home soil for Alex Lynn - as well as an expert suplex by Team Principal Dilbagh Gill in celebration in the pit-lane - crowned a glorious weekend for the team in London. A string of five retirements in 11 races stunted Alexander Sims' progress after an encouraging podium in Rome. He wound up ninth with Lynn finishing the season 12th in the Drivers' running thanks to podiums in New York and Valencia, on top of that victory in the UK capital.
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