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Mahindra Racing Scores Points In Texas

Aspar Mahindra rider Pecco Bagnaia rode to a dogged 14th place in today’s Grand Prix of the Americas – pulling through from the sixth row of the grid to preserve the only Indian constructor in the championship’s full-house record of points in all three races this year.

Double Points For Mahindra In Season Finale

MAPFRE Team Mahindra riders Pecco Bagnaia and Jorge Martin finished the 2015 season with points for each in today’s Valencia GP, in a difficult race at one of the more challenging track's for the only Indian machine in the world championship series.

Mahindra looks forward to exciting new Moto3 challenge

After a successful 2014 for Mahindra Racing, the coming year will bring with it an exciting new chapter in the Mahindra Group’s MotoGP story. India’s only constructor in the World Championship has scored three podiums in 2014 and regularly challenged at the front of the tight Moto3 pack. Mahindra finished third overall in the Constructor rankings at the end of the season.

Mahindra Racing closes season with goals achieved

Mahindra rider Miguel Oliveira closed off his and Mahindra Racing’s 2014 season with a last lap stalk-and-pounce move that secured eighth place in today’s season-ending Valencia GP, his own top-ten finish in the championship, and the only Indian marque in international racing’s third place in the Constructors’ championship.

Luckless day for Mahindra In Malaysia

Both Mahindra team riders were early departures from today’s Malaysian GP, the penultimate round in the Moto3 World Championship – spoiling the hopes of a repeat rostrum finish at the Sepang circuit outside Kuala Lumpur.

Oliveira crashes, but rookie Migno finishes a fantastic eighth

Mahindra MGP3O rider Miguel Oliveira crashed out of third place in today’s San Marino & Rimini Riviera GP, missing out on a strong chance of a second top-three podium of the season. The team’s disappointment was overturned by a fantastic ride by rookie recruit Andrea Migno, taking eighth position in only his second GP.