London ePrix I (2022)
Latest news on London ePrix I
Nyck de Vries has been handed a five-second penalty after Formula E's London E-Prix, dropping from third to sixth place after using more than one defensive manoeuvre against Nick Cassidy.
Sergio Sette Camara has explained the systems outage in London that caused him to run out of energy, costing his and Dragon Penske's first Formula E points of the year.
A sullen Edoardo Mortara reckons his Formula E title chances have come undone in the opening London E-Prix, feeling the gap to points leader Stoffel Vandoorne has become too large.
London E-Prix winner Jake Dennis says his Formula E qualifying lap did "80 percent of the work" in his victory, and felt in control over Stoffel Vandoorne late on.
Jake Dennis claimed a lights-to-flag London E-Prix victory, beating Stoffel Vandoorne as the Mercedes driver extended his Formula E championship lead.
Jake Dennis took pole position for the London E-Prix, delighting a raucous crowd at his home Formula E round as he beat championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne in the final.
Jake Dennis set the fastest time in Formula E free practice for the opening London E-Prix, his 1m13.661s enough to hold off fellow Brit Oliver Rowland in FP2.
Jake Dennis "has every intention" to visit the podium at this year's London E-Prix, but admits the Avalanche Andretti squad has no real developments for Formula E's final Gen2 races.
The new London E-Prix layout, where the double hairpins used last year are replaced with two chicanes, will feature faster races but fewer opportunities to pass, according to the drivers.
New York City E-Prix winner Nick Cassidy only wants to reflect the last round's positives, and there's "no point dwelling" on the battery change penalty that cost him pole.
Formula E championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne says there is no more room for "off-days" as the 2021-22 season approaches its final four races.