Maserati MSG Racing completes first race of Formula E’s Gen3 era

Maserati MSG Racing kicked off their debut Formula E season at Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, with the Italian team narrowly missing out on a top-10 spot at the Mexico City E-Prix. The race saw the Maserati MSG Racing drivers recover from starting position of P16 and P17, with German driver Maximilian Günther managing a P11 by the end of the final lap. Teammate Edoardo Mortara faced an unfortunate spin and collision, forcing him to retire early. Giovanni Sgro, Head of Maserati Corse, said, “Maserati is back to racing and although the result was not what we were hoping for, it still made the Mexico City E-Prix exciting and memorable for all of us

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