Alex Lynn pips fellow Brit Jake Dennis to Julius Baer Pole Position for the Heineken® London E-Prix Round 12

Alex Lynn sealed Julius Baer Pole Position with a storming Super Pole effort to pip Jake Dennis (BMW i Andretti Motorsport) – much to the delight of the Mahindra Racing garage – to make it two Brits on the front-row on home soil in London. Lynn was the penultimate driver to set his Super Pole time and pulled a real corker of a lap out of the bag – his final sector was mega, and enough to see him some 0.3 seconds up on Dennis’ then-benchmark to fire to Julius Bar Pole Position. This afternoon it’s going to be a tough race on a difficult track. Nato was first to run in Super Pole after squeaking the ROKiT Venturi Racing into the shootout. The circuit did dry with each passing lap, borne out by three drivers from Group 3 and three from Group 4 making it to Super Pole, and the conditions were tricky enough to catch Free Practice 1 timesheet-topper Maximilian Guenther out entirely. The Heineken® London E-Prix Round 12 is up next, with coverage from 14:30 local time.

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