New York City E-prix I (2019)
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Jean-Eric Vergne's controversial radio messages threatened to overshadow the greatest moment of his career. That they didn't is a good thing, as several factors made the subsequent criticism of Vergne overblown.
Freshly re-crowned Formula E champion Jean-Eric Vergne has been handed one day of community service for unsportsmanlike behaviour in the first race in New York City due to comments made over the team radio.
ABB FIA Formula E points leader Jean-Eric Vergne has hit out at the "rental go-kart" driving standards of the opening leg of the New York E-Prix, after being caught up in two incidents that harmed his title bid.
A protest lodged by FIA Formula E outfit DS Techeetah against the driving standards of Audi’s Lucas di Grassi in a New York E-Prix pile-up was rejected by the stewards.
Sebastien Buemi scored his first ABB Formula E victory for Nissan to keep him in championship contention for tomorrow’s season finale in New York City, as points leader Jean-Eric Vergne suffered a disastrous race and ended the race with a smashed-up DS Techeetah car.
Nissan e.dams's Sebastien Buemi took a commanding third pole position of 2018/19 for New York's opener, with Formula E title contenders Jean-Eric Vergne and Lucas di Grassi qualifying mid-pack.
Nissan e.dams ABB FIA Formula E driver Oliver Rowland set the fastest Saturday practice time ahead of the opening New York E-Prix race.
Audi could use team orders to secure the 2018/19 Formula E drivers’ title in favour of Lucas di Grassi, despite his teammate Daniel Abt also being in mathematical contention.
After its first eight races had eight different winners, it seemed the first title fight of the Formula E Gen2 era would conclude with a season finale battle royale featuring multiple contenders. But has one driver stolen too much of a march?