Karun Chandhok and Bruno Senna are the fifth and sixth drivers to have confirmed rides for the inaugural Formula E season.
The drivers signed for Mahindra racing, the only Indian team in Formula E, on Monday.
A 20-turn street circuit consisting of four chicanes on the roads of Beijing has been revealed as the inaugural circuit for the new Formula E Championship.
The series will run ten races from September 2014 to June 2015, and will race on street courses only in cities such as Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro and Monte Carlo and will finish up the season in London. The long straights and late braking zones drawn out in the design hope to provide for some exciting racing to kick off the series, which will be shown LIVE on Fox Sports 1 all season long.
An updated provisional entry list for the 6 Hours of São Paulo has been released with some of the teams confirming their driver line ups for the race on Sunday 1 September. Twenty-eight cars, two more than for the inaugural 6 Hours of São Paulo in 2012, have been entered for the South American round of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Brazil’s Bruno Senna will now be joined in the LMGTE Pro No. 99 Aston Martin Racing Vantage V8 by Rob Bell after the British driver was confirmed by the team. The team mates for the other Brazilian driver Fernando Rees remain unchanged with Julien Canal and Patrick Bornhauser sharing the driving duties in the No. 50 Larbre Competition Chevrolet Corvette.
The final member of the Rebellion Racing Lola-Toyota driver line up in LMP1 will be Mathias Beche, the Swiss driver joining Nicolas Prost and Nick Heidfeld in their attempt to secure an overall podium against the mighty Audi and Toyota teams.