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Why 'demolition derbies' threaten FE's perfect Gen2 start
Formula E has had six races this season, and none have disappointed thanks to an ideal format that promotes close racing. But one factor threatens to sour the show unless the FIA clamps down on it.
There was a moment in last Saturday's Sanya E-Prix where there was a possibility that the driver running in fourth, Andre Lotterer, would finish in that position and yet win the race.
This was because the drivers ahead of him - his DS Techeetah team-mate Jean-Eric Vergne, Oliver Rowland and Antonio Felix da Costa - were all being investigated for possible driving infractions.
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