Formula E Report Card Buenos Aires ePrix

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  • Sébastien Buemi 10: It didn’t take the praise just because it wasn’t perfect in qualifying but in the race shows all his skill and coolness behind the wheel with a performance to scream! There’s nothing else to say except that the uncertainty shown by the Swiss in the last two years appear to be wiped out permanently. 3 races, 3 wins … Très bien Buemi.
  • Jean-Eric Vergne 9: We had left him last year with a probable podium thrown away in Marrakech and find him fast and steady again, as in Morocco. The main difference is that this time hasn’t lost lucidity and was able to realize all the work done by Techeetah. And although Buemi was impregnable, for Vergne and the team this second place knows of victory.
  • Lucas Di Grassi 6.5: We thought he would stop the strip of his rival after his first pole position in the morning, but in the first part of the race, there was something wrong in his car. We saw the brazilian driver in trouble, let escaping the duo Buemi-Vergne and losing even positions on Prost and Turvey. In the second part of the race he was able to put his Audi on the podium and beat Nicolas’s Renault, but it can’t be considered satisfied after Buemi is setting the arrow for his second title.
  • Nicolas Prost 7.5: A really not bad race for the son of art of Edams. Goes up of positions, fight with Turvey and Di Grassi and remains in the podium until the final laps. Eventually he must surrender to the Audi of the brazilian, but this remains to Nicolas his best performance of the season. He doesn’t have a podium yet, but there’s time for that.
  • Nelson Piquet Jr. 8: For the Brazilian champion FE 14/15 was important to go back making more points after two races out of the Top 10. Although it wasn’t as fast as in the last two appointments is able to do what he had to and with a clean and tidy race can take a very good fifth place for him and NEXTEV.
  • Dragon Racing 9: The best performance of the team in the season. Despite not exceptional qualifying for his 2 drivers can take off a lot of pleasure with a good race from both drivers. In particular, Loic Duval who inflames the public of Buenos Aires with a lot of overtaking and a final battle on his teammate D’Ambrosio.
  • Daniel Abt 8.5: For the second Audi driver this of Buenos Aires was a great race. Back part (16 °), makes a comeback and get up to seventh place, the maximum for his chances.
  • Oliver Turvey 6: The first part of the race was perfect, and Oliver was fighting for the podium, then ruin it all with a questionable strategy. This 9th place brings with it many regrets.
  • Mahindra Racing 4.5: 2 steps backward compared to the first two outputs. After the podium of Heidfeld in Hong Kong and that one of Rosenqvist in Morocco, the Indian team can’t repeat itself and also causes a problem in the pits for the Swedish driver, placing both cars out of top 10. Means more vote for the fastest lap done by Felix in the race.
  • Mitch Evans 6.5: The New Zealand Jaguar showed that it’s not here to make the appearance! It’s a long time in the points and even invents a great overtaking on D’Ambrosio’s Dragon. Too bad that in the end wasn’t able to manage the battery and says goodbye to the top 10, but the performance is there.