Thrilling duels, copiousness of overtaking maneuvers, collisions and torment right adult to a final lap: The E-Prix during Parque O’Higgins in a Chilean collateral delivered a standard Formula E competition that swept a spectators off their seats. “It was positively fantastic,” pronounced Lucas di Grassi. “I’m totally exhausted, though vivacious to have changed adult to seventh place from a second final quarrel of a grid. I’m really unapproachable of a whole group and Audi.”
The Brazilian had bad fitness in qualifying, when an collision happened directly in front of him. He started a competition from 22nd on a grid. With his quip drive, he underlined that a Audi e-tron FE06 is one of a fastest cars on a grid.
Teammate Daniel Abt had to cope with trade in qualifying. The German worked his approach brazen from 13th on a grid to eighth in a race. A 30-second time chastisement subsequently imposed on him for causing a collision forsaken him behind to 14th.