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Stoffel Vandoorne, Mercedes Benz EQ, 2nd position, on the podium
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Formula E Seoul ePrix I
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Can anyone beat Stoffel Vandoorne to the Formula E title?

Stoffel Vandoorne is on the brink of the Formula E title with a commanding lead ahead of the Seoul finale, but both rivals and unknowns still stand in his way. Here’s a run through of what Vandoorne must overcome to clinch the championship and how his competition will look to pull off the biggest of shocks

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...except, that’s not the case. Although Stoffel Vandoorne now sits atop the Formula E standings with a 36-point lead heading into the remaining Seoul double-header, business is not yet concluded. London’s races at the ExCeL centre, particularly on the Sunday, did Vandoorne a solid as Mitch Evans succumbed to electrical issues while running ahead of the Mercedes driver in fourth place. Thus, the lead could have been 22 points, but instead Evans’s retirement yielded an instantaneous 14-point swing in Vandoorne’s favour.

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