Lucas di Grassi celebrates on a lectern in New York

Party time in front of a Statue of Liberty and a considerable backdrop of Manhattan: Starting from seventh place on a grid, Lucas di Grassi once again kept his cold in a New York feverishness and clinched third place with clever overtaking maneuvers and a ideally timed use of conflict mode. It was di Grassi’s third lectern finish in New York City and already a 34th in his Formula E career to date.

“Today was a illusory day in New York and, after a feat in Mexico, it’s already another trophy,” pronounced Lucas di Grassi, who is now ninth in a championship and only 18 points behind a leader. “Now, I’m also behind in a pretension fight. I’m certain all will sojourn open until a really final race.” In subordinate during midday, di Grassi missed out on removing into Super Pole by only 0.013 seconds and started a competition from seventh on a grid.

Teammate René Rast had to start a competition from 22nd on a grid by no error of his own: He was blocked by another motorist in subordinate and was therefore incompetent to set a quick lap. “Bad fitness only doesn’t seem to wish to leave us in qualifying,” pronounced René Rast, who once again showed a good liberation in a race, that took him adult to tenth place and into a points. “That was a comprehensive limit today, though during slightest it’s good that a bid and fighting on lane paid off.” Rast is in fourth place in a drivers’ standings with a opening of eleven points to a leader.

In a teams’ standings, Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler done a jump into third place and is so also in a thick of a pretension fight, that is branch into a genuine thriller this season. “That was a clever opening by a car, a drivers and a whole group today,” says Team Principal Allan McNish. “We’re in a brew in both a drivers’ and teams’ standings. Now, we have to keep a thoroughness and ready with full thoroughness for a competition day tomorrow.” The eleventh competition of a deteriorate starts during 1:30 p.m. internal time (19:30 CEST) on Sunday.

The clever opening of a Audi e-tron FE07 in New York City was dull off by a Envision Virgin Racing patron team: Nick Cassidy started from stick and led a competition for a prolonged time and finished fourth in front of his teammate Robin Frijns. As a result, all 4 of a e-tron FE07 cars finished in a points.