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Nick Cassidy, Jaguar TCS Racing, 1st position, celebrates on arrival in Parc Ferme
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How Cassidy made his claim for the Formula E crown

Nick Cassidy put in a remarkable performance in Berlin with a risky strategy in the opener before a more familiar path to the podium in race two - just missing out on a stunning double victory. With three rounds left the Berlin results have put Cassidy in pole position in this year’s Formula E title race

The Berlin E-Prix double-header marked the start of the second half of the 2024 campaign and, while previously the destination of the championship had remained wide open given the unpredictable nature of Formula E, Nick Cassidy put down a marker for the title last weekend. The Jaguar driver enjoyed almost the perfect event in Germany, taking victory and a further podium, as well as the points for both fastest laps, which allowed him to come away with a relatively healthy lead in the standings having last occupied top spot nearly two months ago.

What made Cassidy’s performances so impressive was the manner in which he claimed those results, as a victory could not have looked further away midway through the opening race at the Tempelhof Airport circuit, which for the 2024 edition featured a new 15-turn layout.

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