New York City ePrix II (2022)
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Dan Ticktum reckons his New York City E-Prix fortunes exceeded his expectations, as the NIO 333 Formula E driver felt he'd produced "the performance of my life" to claim 12th.
Nick Cassidy hadn't enjoyed too many joyful moments in the 2021-22 Formula E campaign, but the Envision Virgin driver was the class of the field in New York - even after a sudden downpour had caused him and several others to shunt heavily out of the first race. Red flags saved his bacon on that occasion, but a 30-place penalty that cost him pole for race two due to a new battery opened the door for Antonio Felix da Costa
Alexander Sims says that his New York City E-Prix fourth place "feels like a podium", after missing out on a first Formula E rostrum of the year to Mitch Evans.
Nick Cassidy felt that his 30-place New York City E-Prix grid penalty for changing his Formula E spec battery was wrong, denying him a chance to employ his "unbelievable" pace.
Mitch Evans labelled Nyck de Vries's late Turn 10 lunge at Formula E's New York City E-Prix, which resulted in contact with him and Alexander Sims, a "stupid move".
Antonio Felix da Costa admitted that he "loves the struggle" of trying to turn his Formula E fortunes around, labelling his New York City E-Prix victory "very physical".
Antonio Felix da Costa converted pole position into his first victory of the 2021-22 Formula E season, holding off new title leader Stoffel Vandoorne in the New York City E-Prix.
Nick Cassidy beat Antonio Felix da Costa by 0.167s in the New York City E-Prix qualifying finale, but was stripped of a second successive pole position following penalties for repairs.
Jaguar's Sam Bird went fastest in Sunday's New York City E-Prix free practice, beating Nick Cassidy by 0.095 seconds as the Kiwi ran with a new Envision Formula E car.
Robin Frijns briefly thought he had won the New York City E-Prix after avoiding the Turn 6 crash that claimed team-mate Nick Cassidy - but was pleased to see Cassidy awarded victory.
Antonio Felix da Costa says he soldiered on with a slow puncture in the New York City E-Prix "hoping for a miracle", after contact with Andre Lotterer before rain hit.