Cassidy: “lot of positives to take forward” despite Brazil DNF

Current World Championship leader Nick Cassidy failed to reach the finish line in São Paulo, but is determined to bounce back ahead of the team’s 100th race in Tokyo next week. New signing for Season 10, Nick Cassidy, has been a huge part of that progress, leading the team to three podiums – including a win – over the first three races of the year. The #37 car was sixth at the time but the damage brought his race to a premature end on Lap 16 in dramatic fashion. He’ll be hoping that things get better for him in Tokyo, as it’s not only the team’s 100th race in Formula E but Japan is a country Nick holds close to his heart. It was Evans’ first piece of silverware this season, and pushes him up into third in the Drivers’ World Championship.

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