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Flag of Chile 2019 Santiago E-Prix
Santiago Layout 2019
The new Parque O'Higgins Circuit
Race Information
Date 26 January 2019[1]
E-Prix No. 48
Official Name 2019 Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix[1]
Location Flag of Santiago Parque O'Higgins Circuit, Santiago, Chile
Lap length 2.348 km (1.459 mi)
Distance 36 laps / 84.528 km (52.523 mi)
Support Race
Qualifying Result
Pole Sitter Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi
Team Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams
Time 1:08.816
Fastest Lap
Driver Flag of Germany Daniel Abt
Team Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Fastest Lap 1:11.263 on lap 25
ePrix Result
First Second Third
Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein Flag of Germany Daniel Abt
Winner Team Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing
Time 47:02.511
ePrix Guide
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Post-Race Test
The 2019 Santiago E-Prix, otherwise officially known as the 2019 Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix, was the third round of the 2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, staged at the new-for-2019 Parque O'Higgins Circuit in Santiago, Chile, on 26 January 2019.[1] The race, which was the second Santiago E-Prix to be staged, was to be held a mile from the Forestal Park Circuit used for the E-Prix in 2018, albeit within the bounds of a public park rather than roads.[1]

Qualifying would see track evolution play a huge part in shuffling the field, although it was quali-ace Sébastien Buemi who ultimately emerged on pole.[2] In truth the Swiss racer would inherit the position after Lucas di Grassi was thrown out of qualifying, with Pascal Wehrlein, Daniel Abt, Sam Bird and Stoffel Vandoorne also making it to Super Pole.[2][3]

Buemi duly aced his start to take an early lead, swatting aside a half-hearted look from Wehrlein into turn one.[4] They were chased hard by Abt and Bird, although the Brit would quickly move ahead of the German racer during the opening tour.[4]

The early stages would see the top three steadily pull clear of Abt in fourth, with a high ambient temperature of 37°C making overheating a serious concern.[4] Regardless, the entire field would make it through the opening stages with only minor contact, although di Grassi would receive a time penalty for cutting the chicane while avoiding a concertina ahead.[4]

Come lap ten, however, the field would begin to thin, starting with Tom Dillmann who received terminal damage after hitting debris.[4] His retirement was followed by the disappearance of Felipe Massa, before Maximilian Günther caused the first FCY of the afternoon when he rolled to a stop on circuit.[4]

Just before the FCY Bird would dive past Wehrlein into second, using Attack Mode to move in behind Buemi.[4] At the back, meanwhile, André Lotterer would smack into the back of António Félix da Costa, with the Portuguese ace powerless to then avoid punting Jean-Éric Vergne up the back into the final corner.[4] The Frenchman duly spun to the back of the field, with da Costa also dropping down.[4]

Buemi and Bird duly aced the restart to sprint clear of Wehrlein, although the field were instantly brought back under FCY when Vandoorne dumped the majority of his front bodywork at turn three.[4] That restart would see Wehrlein go with the lead duo, creating a three way fight for the lead as the race entered its final third.[4]

The lead truel would soon become a duel, however, for Buemi would slide wide at turn seven and destroy the front of his car.[4] Bird was therefore left to defend from the rookie Wehrlein for the rest of the afternoon, with the German's Mahindra weaving around in the Virgin's mirrors.[4]

Ultimately, however, it was the heat that would settle the race, for Wehrlein was forced to drop back during the final laps with critical battery temperatures.[4] Bird was therefore able to cruise home to claim his first win of the season ahead of a frustrated Wehrlein, while Abt inherited third place moments after the race when Alexander Sims was slapped with a time penalty.[4]

Background

The Santiago E-Prix was initially left off the 2018/19 Formula E calendar, with the thirteen strong schedule for the fifth FE season appearing with two TBAs instead.[5] The earliest of those two dates was 26 January, with Santiago quickly emerging as favourite to take the spot, albeit with a revised circuit.[1] Ultimately Santiago was revealed as the third round of the season, with a completely new circuit in the grounds of the Parque O'Higgins designed for the series.[1]

The day after the previous race in 2019 Marrakech E-Prix the seemingly annual FE Rookie Test was staged, with all eleven teams taking part.[6] Fastest across the six hour session would be Nico Müller, who recorded a new circuit record of 1:17.074 using the #66 Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler.[6] His Audi teammate Jamie Green, meanwhile, would top the distance charts, completing 99 laps, with everyone bar GEOX DRAGON fielding two drivers.[6]

Elsewhere there was confirmation that the new Spark SRT05e would run through to the end of the 2021/22 season, with an update planned for the 2020/21 campaign.[7] This update was set to be little more than a face-lift for the SRT05e, much like the one applied to the old Spark-Renault SRT_01E ahead of the 2016/17 season.[7] Spark revealed that they begin designing the updates later on during the 2018/19 season, test them during 2019/20, and then implement them ahead of the 2020/21 campaign.[7]

Into the Championship and the unexpected victory for Jérôme d'Ambrosio in Marrakech had been enough to propel the Belgian racer to the top of the standings, twelve clear of ex-leader António Félix da Costa. Defending Champion Jean-Éric Vergne was next, level with da Costa but behind on count back, while André Lotterer was up to fourth ahead of Robin Frijns. Sam Bird sat in sixth, level with his teammate but behind on count back, while Alexander Sims was the biggest winner of the weekend as he moved up ten places.

In the Teams' Championship it was DS Techeetah who led the hunt arriving in Santiago, their lead having stretched to seven points amid Marrakech mania. Mahindra Racing were their closest challengers after their victory, while BMW i Andretti Motorsport knew they had thrown away a chance to gain a huge lead. They therefore ended the weekend in third, level with Mahindra, while Envision Virgin Racing and Nissan e.Dams completed the top five.

FanBoost for the 2019 Santiago E-Prix opened on the 21 January 2019, and would remain open until the opening minutes of the race.[8]

Entry List

The full entry list for the 2019 Santiago E-Prix is displayed below:

2019 Santiago E-Prix Entry List
No. Name Entrant Constructor Car
2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing Audi e-tron FE05
3 Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. Flag of the United Kingdom Panasonic Jaguar Racing Jaguar I-Type III
4 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing Audi e-tron FE05
5 Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne Flag of Germany HWA Racelab Venturi VFE 05
6 Flag of Germany Maximilian Günther Flag of the United States GEOX Dragon Penske EV-3
7 Flag of Argentina José María López Flag of the United States GEOX Dragon Penske EV-3
8 Flag of France Tom Dillmann Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team NIO Sport 004
11 Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler Audi e-tron FE05
16 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team NIO Sport 004
17 Flag of the United Kingdom Gary Paffett Flag of Germany HWA Racelab Venturi VFE 05
19 Flag of Brazil Felipe Massa Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Venturi VFE 05
20 Flag of New Zealand Mitch Evans Flag of the United Kingdom Panasonic Jaguar Racing Jaguar I-Type III
22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams Nissan IM01
23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams Nissan IM01
25 Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of China DS Techeetah DS E-Tense FE 19
27 Flag of the United Kingdom Alexander Sims Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport BMW iFE.18
28 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport BMW iFE.18
36 Flag of Germany André Lotterer Flag of China Techeetah DS E-Tense FE 19
48 Flag of Switzerland Edoardo Mortara Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Venturi VFE 05
64 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of India Mahindra Racing Mahindra M5Electro
66 Flag of Germany Daniel Abt Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler Audi e-tron FE05
94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein Flag of India Mahindra Racing Mahindra M5Electro
Source:[9]

Practice

FP1

FP2

Qualifying

Qualifying for the Santiago E-Prix would follow the conventional format, with the field split into four groups based on Championship position.[10] Each group would then get six minutes on circuit to set a full power (250kW) lap, with the top six overall heading through to Super Pole.[10] Every Super Pole qualifier would then get one more full power lap on an empty circuit to try and grab pole, with the rest of the field ordered based on their times from their group times.[10]

Group 1

The opening quintet of the afternoon would see the top five in the Championship head out onto the circuit, with the majority expected to make it through to Super Pole.[10] Indeed, only Championship leader Jérôme d'Ambrosio was considered a "poor" qualifier from the five, with Jean-Éric Vergne and André Lotterer among the strongest in the field for DS Techeetah.[10] Likewise, António Félix da Costa had the equipment to try and claim a second pole for BMW Andretti, while Robin Frijns completed the quintet in his Virgin Racing run Audi.[10]

High track temperatures ensured that drivers would have to take care with their tyres during the group, prompting several members of the opening group to head straight onto their full power laps.[11] First to record said flying lap would be d'Ambrosio, although a scruffy first and final sector, including lock-ups at the chicane and first hairpin left the Championship leader well off the pace.[11] This was immediately highlighted by Lotterer, who flashed across the line a few moments later to go fastest, despite a wide run out of the final hairpin.[11]

Frijns followed the duo through, and duly slotted in behind Lotterer, albeit by just 0.020s.[11] da Costa was next but a scruffy opening to the lap left him behind Frijns, before Vergne set the fastest lap overall, recording a 1:09.307 having also gone straight onto his full power lap.[11]

Group 2

Group two would feature those positioned sixth through to tenth in the Championship, with several qualifying aces in contention for Super Pole.[10] Indeed, record pole winner Sébastien Buemi was the standout name for Nissan e.Dams, while Alexander Sims had the second BMW at his disposal.[10] Marrakech pole winner Sam Bird was also in the quintet, with season three Champion Lucas di Grassi and Jaguar's Mitch Evans completing the group.[10]

It would immediately become clear that track evolution would be the key to qualifying, for all five of the second group would qualify ahead of Vergne and co. from group one.[11] Indeed, di Grassi would be first out and duly went straight onto his full power lap, before delivering a crushing effort of 1:08.842, surviving a small lock-up through the chicane.[11] Evans was next but his solid effort left him shy of the Brazilian, while Sims made a mess of his final sector to also drop in behind di Grassi.[11]

Bird, meanwhile, would look very strong through the opening sectors, setting the fastest sector one of the session.[11] However, a messy end to the lap following Sims saw the Brit lose a third of a second to di Grassi, leaving him 0.026s shy of the Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler.[11] However, before di Grassi could start celebrating his old rival Buemi swept across the line, with an ultra clean lap seeing the Swiss ace go fastest overall with a 1:08.664.[11]

Group 3

Group three would be the first of the day to feature six cars, containing those positioned eleventh to sixteenth in the Championship.[10] However, while their Championship positions suggested that they were not in the hunt for Super Pole, practice had shown that José María López was a genuine contender, having set the fastest time of the weekend during practice with his GEOX DRAGON.[10] He would be joined by teammate Maximilian Günther, Oliver Rowland in the second Nissan, Nelson Piquet Jr. in his #3 Jaguar, Oliver Turvey's NIO and the second Audi of Daniel Abt.[10]

Once again it was track temperature and evolution that proved to be the key, although the impact of this was less significant than it had been a few minutes earlier.[11] Piquet would open the group's running very early on into the six minute window, although his tentative approach left him a second off of Buemi's best.[11] Likewise, Turvey would deliver a solid yet unspectacular effort, and duly dropped in a few hundredths ahead of the Brazilian.[11]

López, meanwhile, was on maximum attack as he slithered through the opening sector, and duly leapt into the top six, knocking Vergne out of Super Pole.[11] Unfortunately for him his effort would be overshadowed almost instantly as Günther went fourth fastest overall, knocking Evans out, before López himself was knocked out by Abt.[11] Indeed, Abt would deliver an excellent lap to go fourth overall, a little over a tenth off of teammate di Grassi's pace, delivering a clean lap.[11]

Group 4

The final six would feature several ex-F1 and DTM drivers, all of whom had lacked luck in the opening two rounds.[10] Headlining the sextet would be Edoardo Mortara in his Venturi, with teammate Felipe Massa also running in the group.[10] The sister cars run by HWA Racelab for Stoffel Vandoorne and Gary Paffett would also run, as would Pascal Wehrlein in the second Mahindra, and Tom Dillmann in the #8 NIO.[10]

Indeed, the final sextet truly showed the impact of track evolution, for the Super Pole positions would once again be ruffled and reshaped.[11] Mortara was the first driver to head out onto the circuit, and immediately took sixth having jumped onto his full power lap straight away, knocking Sims out with a solid effort.[11] Dillmann, meanwhile, would have a miserable first and third sector to leave him last overall, while Massa surged into eighth after a poor second sector.[11]

Next came a stunning effort from Wehrlein, who gracefully drove his Mahindra around the Santiago circuit to go fastest overall, recording a 1:08.463 and knocking compatriot Günther out of Super Pole.[11] His effort was followed by that of Vandoorne, who swept to fifth, knocking Mortara down, before Paffett completed a solid yet unspectacular lap to go seventeenth overall, completing the group stage.[11]

Super Pole

Abt was the first man onto the circuit during Super Pole, with news emerging that teammate di Grassi was under investigation for an as-yet unspecified issue.[11] Regardless, Abt delivered a very clean effort of 1:08.958, improving on his group stage time in spite of a glance with the wall at the first hairpin.[11] Vandoorne was next but a couple of mistakes left him shy of Abt's time, with a similar fate befalling Bird as he slotted in behind the Belgian.[11]

Next out was the aforementioned di Grassi, who duly delivered an unbelievable time of 1:08.290, in spite of a rear lock-up into turn twelve.[11] Indeed, the impressiveness of di Grassi's effort was shown a few moments later, for Buemi was half a second off his time, having delivered his best lap of the session.[11] Finally it was Wehrlein's turn, although his solid sector one time left him little chance of challenging the Brazilian.[11] Regardless, the German would survive a huge smack of kerb and a brush against the wall at turn seven to go third, leaving di Grassi on provisional pole.[11]

After qualifying it was subsequently found that di Grassi had breech a new pit-procedure rule, introduced to prevent the accident seen in Marrakech.[3] As such, di Grassi was excluded from the results and sent to the back of the field, putting Buemi on pole and handing Wehrlein a maiden front row start.[3]

Post Qualifying

The final qualifying result for the 2019 Santiago E-Prix are outlined below:

2019 Santiago E-Prix Qualifying Result
Pos. No. Name Team Time Gap Grid Group
1st 23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 1:08.816 +0.109s 1 G2
2nd 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:08.925 +0.142s 2 G4
3rd 66 Flag of Germany Daniel Abt Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 1:08.958 +0.142s 3 G3
4th 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 1:09.253 +0.963s 4 G2
EXC* 5 Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne Flag of Germany HWA Racelab 1:09.235 5 G4
EXC 11 Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 1:08.290 22 G2
Super Pole
1st 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:08.463 SP G4
2nd 23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 1:08.664 +0.201s SP G2
3rd 11 Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 1:08.842 +0.379s SP G2
4th 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 1:08.868 +0.405s SP G2
5th 5 Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne Flag of Germany HWA Racelab 1:08.962 +0.499s SP G4
6th 66 Flag of Germany Daniel Abt Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 1:09.030 +0.567s SP G3
7th 48 Flag of Switzerland Edoardo Mortara Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 1:09.042 +0.579s 6 G4
8th 6 Flag of Germany Maximilian Günther Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON 1:09.143 +0.680s 7 G3
9th 27 Flag of the United Kingdom Alexander Sims Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport 1:09.147 +0.684s 8 G2
10th 19 Flag of Brazil Felipe Massa Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 1:09.168 +0.705s 9 G4
11th 7 Flag of Argentina José María López Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON 1:09.201 +0.738s 10 G3
12th 20 Flag of New Zealand Mitch Evans Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar Racing 1:09.235 +0.772s 11 G2
13th 25 Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of China DS Techeetah 1:09.307 +0.844s 12 G1
14th 22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 1:09.365 +0.902s 13 G3
15th 36 Flag of Germany André Lotterer Flag of China DS Techeetah 1:09.485 +1.022s 14 G1
16th 4 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 1:09.505 +1.042s 15 G1
17th 17 Flag of the United Kingdom Gary Paffett Flag of Germany HWA Racelab 1:09.505 +1.042s 16 G4
18th 28 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport 1:09.551 +1.088s 17 G1
19th 16 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team 1:09.645 +1.182s 18 G3
20th 3 Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar Racing 1:09.705 +1.242s 19 G3
21st 64 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:10.083 +1.620s 20 G1
22nd 8 Flag of France Tom Dillmann Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team 1:10.258 +1.795s 21 G4
110% Time: 1:15.309[9]
Source:[9]
  • * Vandoorne had his times from Super Pole deleted for leaving the pitlane too late.[3]
  • di Grassi was excluded from the results of qualifying for not respecting the new pit-in proceedure.[3]

Race

Report

Result

The final classification of the 2019 Santiago E-Prix is displayed below, with the fastest lap setter indicated in italics, and the pole sitter shown in bold.

2019 Santiago E-Prix Race Result
Pos. No. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1st 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 36 47:02.511 1:12.004 25
2nd 94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein Flag of India Mahindra Racing 36 +6.489s 1:11.585 18
3rd 66 Flag of Germany Daniel Abt FanBoosticon Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 36 +14.529s 1:11.263 16
4th 48 Flag of Switzerland Edoardo Mortara Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 36 +17.056s 1:12.152 12
5th 4 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 36 +20.276s 1:11.943 10
6th 20 Flag of New Zealand Mitch Evans Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar Racing 36 +23.755s 1:12.238 8
7th* 27 Flag of the United Kingdom Alexander Sims Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport 36 +27.590s 1:12.214 6
8th 16 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team 36 +45.059s 1:13.034 4
9th* 7 Flag of Argentina José María López Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON 36 +45.376s 1:11.619 2
10th 64 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio FanBoosticon Flag of India Mahindra Racing 36 +46.984s 1:12.018 1
11th 3 Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar Racing 36 +48.635s 1:12.908
12th 11 Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 36 +1:03.552 1:11.519
13th§ 36 Flag of Germany André Lotterer Flag of China DS Techeetah 36 +1:19.706 1:11.936
14th 17 Flag of the United Kingdom Gary Paffett Flag of Germany HWA Racelab 35 +1 Lap 1:13.350
Ret 22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 31 Accident 1:12.284
Ret 28 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa FanBoosticon Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport 23 Retired 1:12.089
Ret 25 Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of China DS Techeetah 22 Retired 1:12.411
Ret 23 Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi FanBoosticon Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 21 Accident 1:12.255 3
Ret 5 Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne FanBoosticon Flag of Germany HWA Racelab 17 Accident 1:13.095
Ret 6 Flag of Germany Maximilian Günther Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON 12 Retired 1:12.552
Ret 19 Flag of Brazil Felipe Massa Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 12 Damage 1:13.093
Ret 8 Flag of France Tom Dillmann Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team 10 Retired 1:13.172
Source:[9]
  • FanBoosticon Indicates a driver was awarded FanBoost during the race.
  • * Sims and López were both handed 19 second time penalties for causing a collision.[9]
  • d'Ambrosio handed a five second time penalty for speeding during a full course yellow.[9]
    • Vergne was also awarded the same penalty.[9]
  • di Grassi received a 34 second time penalty for causing a collision.[9]
  • § Lotterer was given a five second time penalty for overtaking under a yellow flag.[9]

Milestones

Standings

Victory, combined with the late penalty for Jérôme d'Ambrosio meant that Sam Bird moved to the top of the Championship table, ending the day on 43 points. The Belgian ace himself was second, two off the lead, while António Félix da Costa had dropped to third after a poor weekend. Robin Frijns, meanwhile, was up to fourth ahead of Jean-Éric Vergne, with those two and da Costa all level on 28 points, while Pascal Wehrlein shot into the top ten with his maiden podium finish.

In the Teams' Championship it was Envision Virgin Racing who headed the field at the end of the day, registering 71 points after three races. Mahindra Racing, meanwhile, had held station in second, while DS Techeetah and BMW i Andretti Motorsport dropped to third and fourth respectively. Elsewhere Venturi, NIO, and GEOX DRAGON all registered their first points of the season, leaving newcomers HWA Racelab as the only non-scorers after the opening three rounds.

 
2018/19 Drivers Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird 43 ▲5
2nd Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio 41 ▼1
3rd Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa 28 ▼1
4th Dutch Flag Robin Frijns 28 ▲1
5th Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne 28 ▼2
6th Flag of New Zealand Mitch Evans 22 ▲1
7th Flag of Germany Daniel Abt 21 ▲5
8th Flag of Germany André Lotterer 19 ▼4
9th Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein 18 ▲14
10th Flag of the United Kingdom Alexander Sims 18 ▼2
11th Flag of Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 15 ▼2
12th Flag of Switzerland Edoardo Mortara 12 ▲5
13th Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi 9 ▼3
14th Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland 6 ▼3
15th Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey 4 ▲1
16th Flag of Argentina José María López 2 ▼2
17th Flag of Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. 1 ▼4
2018/19 Teams Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing 71 ▲3
2nd Flag of India Mahindra Racing 59 ◄0
3rd Flag of China DS Techeetah 47 ▼2
4th Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport 46 ▼2
5th Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 30 ▲2
6th Flag of the United Kingdom Jaguar Racing 23 ◄0
7th Flag of Japan Nissan e.Dams 21 ▼2
8th Flag of Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 12 ▲2
9th Flag of the United Kingdom NIO Formula E Team 4 ◄0
10th Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON 2 ▼2

Only point scoring drivers and teams are shown.

References

Videos and Images:

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2018/19 ABB FIA Formula E Championship
Entrants
Audi Sport ABT SchaefflerBMW i Andretti MotorsportDS TecheetahEnvision Virgin RacingGEOX DRAGONHWA RacelabMahindra RacingNIO Formula E TeamNissan e.DamsPanasonic Jaguar RacingVenturi Formula E Team
Manufacturers
AudiBMWDSJaguarMahindra & MahindraNIONissanPenskeVenturi
Cars
Spark SRT05e
Audi e-tron FE05BMW iFE.18DS E-Tense FE 19Jaguar I-Type IIIMahindra M5ElectroNIO Sport 004Nissan IM01Penske EV-3Venturi VFE 05
Drivers
2 Sam Bird • 3 Nelson Piquet Jr./Alex Lynn • 4 Robin Frijns • 5 Stoffel Vandoorne • 6 Maximilian Günther/Felipe Nasr • 7 José María López • 8 Tom Dillmann • 11 Lucas di Grassi • 16 Oliver Turvey • 17 Gary Paffett • 19 Felipe Massa • 20 Mitch Evans • 22 Oliver Rowland • 23 Sébastien Buemi • 25 Jean-Éric Vergne • 27 Alexander Sims • 28 António Félix da Costa • 36 André Lotterer • 48 Edoardo Mortara • 64 Jérôme d'Ambrosio • 66 Daniel Abt • 94 Pascal Wehrlein/Felix Rosenqvist
E-Prix
Ad DiriyahMarrakechSantiagoMexico CityHong KongSanyaRomeParisMonacoBerlinBernNew York City INew York City II
Tests
ValenciaAd DiriyahRookie TestMexico City
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