The FIA Formula E grid features a number of extremely talented drivers competing weekend after weekend in one of the best racing categories in the world. One of them is Alexander Sims, a Briton who shows his talent in the highest category of electric motorsport.
Sims was born on March 15, 1988, showing passion and skill for engines, dedicating himself fully to this world to stand out in various categories throughout the world, obtaining the recognition necessary to earn a place in FIA Formula E with the Mahindra Racing team.
Its beginnings were based on Formula Renault and Formula 3, reaching the preludes of Formula 1, that is, GP2 and GP3 (currently called Formula 2 and Formula 3), in the same way endorsed by the International Automobile Federation (FIA ) until taking a leap towards GT competitions in order to gain experience in the world of motoring.
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Alexander Sims: Founding Pioneer of FIA Formula E
Alexander Sims joined the FIA Formula E from the beginning of the electric category, being a pioneer in electric competition who earned his seat through effort with the BMW i Andretti team, extending his relationship with them for two seasons, adding a triumph. In fact, he became the first driver in the category to win three pole positions in a row.
In 2020 he transferred his talent to other categories, trying his luck in the 24 hours of the Nürburgring, obtaining victory after an intense battle that he starred with his teammates Nicky Catsburg and Nick Yelloly in Rowe Racing aboard his BMW M6 GT3.
In the 2020-2021 season he returned to FIA Formula E, this time behind the wheel of the Mahindra Racing team, winning a podium in the Rome e-Prix after finishing second in the race on April 11, generating good feelings with his good team in what will undoubtedly be the arrival of multiple results that reveal Alexander Sims’ talent in the electric category.
Written by | Ronald Ortega