Brit Jake Dennis gets the job done on home soil with victory in the Heineken® London E-Prix Round 12

BMW i Andretti Motorsport’s Jake Dennis was the class of the field in the Heineken® London E-Prix Round 12, leading home Mercedes-EQ’s Nyck de Vries and Mahindra Racing’s Alex Lynn by more than a five-second margin for victory on home soil. Dennis broke free of early leader Lynn having pinched the initiative during the second round of ATTACK MODE activations. Lynn led for a significant portion of the race but a costly lock-up at Turn 10, with Dennis still to take his second ATTACK MODE activation, handed the initative to his compatriot. The lead pack: Lynn from Dennis, Buemi, Lotterer, Sette Camara and Nato were largely as they’d started – with the Porsche jumping Sette Camara’s DRAGON / PENSKE AUTOSPORT machine for fourth. From there on in, Sette Camara slipped back down the pack – 12th just two laps later. Come the second dose of ATTACK MODE for the leaders, Lynn jumped first, while Dennis held fire to take first on track.

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