Formula E is heading towards a decade of difficulties and criticism, leaving a great positive impact on the destinations visited year after year in its competitions.
In the midst of the struggle to establish itself as an elite tournament, which has already been recognized by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile(FIA) as a World Championship, the series is already beginning to leave interesting statistics in its history.
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While it is true that the races won have the greatest recognition, there is an aspect that cannot be left aside, such as the podiums won, an item that demonstrates the regularity of drivers and teams. That is why, in this publication, we review the five teams that have been placed in the top 3 on more occasions.
Despite not being one of the founding teams of Formula E, it has to its credit 41 podiums, which places it as the team that has been on the main board more times during 72 races in its history.
It is one of the historic teams in urban circuits, having been part of the series since its inaugural season. With 38 podiums, the French team is one of the benchmarks. Its participation in Formula E is part of the company’s global sustainable mobility strategy.
Based in Great Britain, a year before taking the field, it had already committed to participate in Formula E with Alejandro Agag. In 93 races, the team has accumulated 36 podiums to rank third in this ranking.
Founded only in 2013 by the Indian manufacturer Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, it has played an important role in the competition by winning 22 podiums in 93 races.
In the last two seasons it has been a clear dominator of the tournament, having its drivers Nick de Vries (current champion) and Stoffel Vandoorne in stellar plan. With 19 podiums, the iconic brand closes this ranking that presents the five teams that have climbed the Formula E pedestal the most times.