Jake Dennis celebrates second win of a deteriorate for BMW i Andretti Motorsport in London.

London. After a tactically shrewd and autocratic driving
opening in his home foe in London (GBR), Jake Dennis (GBR) has
distinguished his second win in a ABB FIA Formula E World
Championship for BMW i Andretti Motorsport. The British driver
started a London E-Prix from second on a grid in a #27 BMW
iFE.21. He changed brazen in a opening third of a race, pulled away
from his rivals before regulating a second conflict mode and never looked
approaching to obey a lead. Having already tasted feat at
Valencia (ESP), this is a second time that Dennis has surfaced the
lectern in his Formula E entrance season. His team-mate Maximilian
Günther (GER) crossed a finish line in 20th place.


Dennis had already given an considerable opening in a morning’s
giveaway use session, recording a second-fastest time behind
Günther in formidable and stormy conditions. One underline of a track
blueprint in sold done a event a serious one. As one
territory of a 2.252-kilometre circuit runs by a surroundings
of ExCel London and another territory is located inside a halls
themselves, a drivers struggled with aquaplaning on a soppy outdoor
surface, while a lane inside a muster centre was bone dry.


The march gradually dusty out as a subordinate event progressed.
Both BMW i Andretti Motorsport drivers were chasing a best time in
organisation three. Günther’s event finished early after he slammed into a
wall when braking into a corner. Dennis was right behind him and was
forced to cancel his quick lap. When subordinate restarted, a British
motorist was means to try again. He managed to strech a Super Pole
competition, where he cumulative second place on a grid that valid to
be a ideal starting indicate for his winning drive.


This feat sees Dennis pierce adult to third place in a drivers’
standings. He has now scored 79 points and is only dual points off the
lead. Günther is in 15th place with 54 points. BMW i Andretti
Motorsport is sixth in a group standings, with 133 points.


Race 13 of a deteriorate will take place on Sunday in London as well. It
starts during 15:00 CEST (14:00 internal time).


Reactions to Race 12 in London.


Roger Griffiths (BMW i Andretti Motorsport Team Principal,
group standings: 6th place):

“From Jake’s indicate of view, it was a clever subordinate event that
put him on a front row. After a essential start from him, he settled
into a good stroke and afterwards we gifted some intelligent pushing from him
and some intelligent plan calls from a engineering team. We saw the
outcome with Jake on a lectern and large rewards towards his
championship position. On Maximilian’s side of a garage it was a
opposite story. What was looking like a good subordinate path really
came to zero with a impact into a wall. It took a large team
bid to get a automobile rebuilt in time for a race. Both automobile crews got
together and worked well. That shows a strength of a team.
Unfortunately with Maximilian starting from a back, it meant it was
going to be tough work all afternoon. He done adult some positions, but
after another hit he slipped behind to P20. we am looking brazen to
tomorrow. Let’s see what we can do again here in London.”


Jake Dennis (#27 BMW iFE.21, starting position: 2nd
place, foe result: 1st place, points: 79, driver
standings: 3rd place):

“I am super happy. we flattering many didn’t know what to design going
into a race. It was a tiny bit opposite to normal, with really
not many energy-saving going on. It was apparently an heated battle
with Alex Lynn; we was perplexing to put him underneath pressure. We took the
risk to stay adult in front when he took his second conflict mode. we knew I
could keep him behind, though we didn’t know if it would work out better
or not. Luckily he done a tiny mistake and afterwards it was about three
subordinate laps to lift a two-second opening before we went for my second
conflict mode. Then it was only a matter of bringing it home when we got
a lead. We had unequivocally serious vibrations on a right rear. It was
substantially in a final 15 laps of a race. we was generally not taking
any kerb only to make certain to move it home. Now being third in the
championship is distant some-more than we approaching during a commencement of a season.”


Maximilian Günther (#28 BMW iFE.21, starting position:
24th place, foe result: 20th place, points:
54, motorist standings: 15th place):

“Congratulations to a whole team. Unfortunately, we could not see
what was going on brazen in a foe from where we was, though of course,
that was a good pursuit by Jake. He was good in subordinate and gathering a
glorious race. During practice, we felt good in a car. It was a same
in subordinate too though afterwards we unfortunately had that crash. That was
a finish of a chances for today. That is tough to take though it is also
partial of a business. In a race, we did all we could to get a most
out of it though we was a prolonged approach from a points. Tomorrow is a brand
new day and that is what we are concentrating on now.”


The FANBOOST vote.

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favourite motorist and endowment them an additional boost of appetite during the
race. The 5 drivers with a many FANBOOST votes accept an extra
100 kJ of power, that they can make use of during a brief time frame
in a second half of a race. Fans can opinion for their favourite
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The BMW Group Safety Cars.

The BMW Group has been represented in a ABB FIA Formula E
World Championship as ‘Official Vehicle Partner’ given a very
commencement and will continue to yield a swift of reserve cars for
deteriorate 7 of a fully-electric racing series. Alongside a BMW i8
Roadster Safety Car (fuel expenditure (combined): 2.0 l /100 km;
appetite use (combined): 14.5 kWh /100 km; total CO2 emissions: 46
g/km)*, that has been mutated specifically for racing use, a MINI
Electric Pacesetter desirous by JCW will be appearing as a new safety
automobile from a Rome E-Prix onwards. The growth of a automobile formed on
a new MINI Cooper SE represents a hitherto singular collaboration
between MINI Design, BMW Motorsport, a FIA and Formula E. The fleet
also includes a BMW i3s (Power expenditure in kWh/100: 14.6-14.0
(NEDC); 16.6-16.3 (WLTP), electric operation in km: 278-283 (WLTP))* as
‘Race Director Car’ and a BMW iX3 (Power expenditure in kWh/100:
17.8-17.5 (NEDC); 19.0-18.6 (WLTP), electric operation in km: 450-458
(WLTP))* in the roles as ‘Medical Car’ and ‘Rescue Car’.