Alex Lynn seals emotional maiden Formula E win in frenetic Round 13 on home soil in London

Alex Lynn sealed an emotional maiden ABB FIA Formula E World Championship race win on home soil in a dramatic Heineken® London E-Prix Round 13 to the absolute delight of the  Mahindra Racing crew. The pair were left all tangled up, allowing de Vries to pick up the pieces and pinch second – and then first when Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler) leapt for ATTACK MODE. Heading into the final quarter hour, di Grassi had made the most of that 35kW boost to slice by de Vries into Turn 1. De Vries’ early dart for his second activation had not paid dividends, and he’d have to settle for second spot, while Evans picked his way through from fifth on the grid to an eventual third at the chequered flag. Di Grassi had led on track for more than half of the race, and crossed the line first. Rowland made his move with a surprise lunge on Vandoorne for second spot. The pair were all tangled up, allowing de Vries to pick up the pieces and pinch second – and then first when leader di Grassi leapt for ATTACK MODE. Heading into the final quarter hour, and di Grassi made the most of that 35kW boost to slice by de Vries into Turn 1 on Lap 16. De Vries followed Lynn home with Evans five seconds back rounding out the podium positions.

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