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Interview with Hans-Jürgen Abt, ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport team owner who draws his conclusion about the second Formula E season.
Mahindra Racing's team principal Dilbagh Gill feels they "ticked every box" in the second Formula E season to claim a top five finish in the standings.
Nelson Piquet Jr was able to pick up a point for finishing tenth, while Oliver finished just out of the points in 11th.
Sébastien Buemi crowned drivers’ champion
Sebastien Buemi has been crowned Formula E champion after surviving a first-lap collision with title rival Lucas di Grassi, the Swiss driver taking the spoils by virtue of setting the fastest lap in a bizarre second London ePrix race.
Sebastien Buemi will start the title-deciding second leg of the London ePrix from pole position, drawing level in the championship with title rival Lucas di Grassi in the process.
The second practice session of the Formula E title decider at Battersea Park has been cancelled.
Sebastien Buemi began the title-deciding second leg of the London ePrix in the best possible style by topping morning practice at Battersea Park, leading teammate Nicolas Prost in a Renault e.dams 1-2.
Sébastien Buemi kept his championship hopes alive with a fighting fifth position, just behind championship rival Lucas di Grassi.
Following a strong fourth place in the penultimate race this Saturday, Lucas di Grassi is now entering the final showdown with a three-point advantage.
Nicolas Prost eased to a straightforward victory in the first leg of the London ePrix at Battersea Park, as Lucas di Grassi finished ahead of Sebastien Buemi to take a three-point lead into Sunday's finale.
Nicolas Prost emerged with pole position at the conclusion of an incident-packed qualifying session for the first leg of the London ePrix, as rain left title contenders Lucas di Grassi and Sebastien Buemi well down the order.
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag says that the local residents that opposed the return of the all-electric series to Battersea Park have made a “big mistake”.
Sebastien Buemi topped the timesheets in the second practice session for the Formula E season-concluding London ePrix, edging Daniel Abt by just over a tenth of a second.
Nicolas Prost led the way in the opening practice session for the Formula E season finale weekend at Battersea Park, topping a session interrupted by a red flag caused by a crash for Robin Frijns.
Eight of the 10 teams have been involved right from the very beginning of the world’s first fullyelectric single-seater series.
A Q&A with Paul McNamara, Williams Advanced Engineering
Lucas di Grassi, Sébastien Buemi or even Sam Bird - who will be the new FIA Formula E champion?