Dennis pips standings leader Cassidy to Rome Round 14 pole

Avalanche Andretti’s Jake Dennis kept his cool in the scorching Rome heat to start the Hankook Rome E-Prix from the Julius Baer Pole Position. It is his second pole of the season, and has helped him clinch an extra three points to close up the gap to championship leader, Nick Cassidy (Envision Racing), to just two points. Dennis has never finished lower than second when starting from his previous four pole positions. In one of the Duels of the season, it was Dennis who took pole after beating his championship rival Cassidy by just five hundredths of a second. It is his second pole of the season, and means that it’s now just two points between Dennis and leader Cassidy. With Evans having won all three times the two faced each other in the Duels, he managed it once again to progress into the Semis. Finally it was the turn of Dennis and Guenther, with championship contender Dennis being the one to secure a place in the next round.

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