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Senna, Chandhok sign for Mahindra

– Former Formula 1 drivers Bruno Senna and Karun Chandhok will reunite and drive for Mahindra Racing in the inaugural FIA Formula E Championship, it has been confirmed.Bruno and Chandhok were previously team-mates during their HRT days - and in GP2, F1's principal support category.Bruno, who raced in F1 from 2010 to 2012, first with HRT before switching to Lotus F1 and then Williams, will dovetail his Formula E commitments with those in the FIA World Endurance Championship."I'm very proud to be joining Mahindra Racing. There is a real ambition within the team to be leaders in Formula E from the start.  It's also an exciting prospect to be part of such a revolutionary...
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