Maserati MSG Racing’s Guenther steers to the win in Formula E’s inaugural Tokyo E-Prix

Maserati MSG Racing’s Maximilian Guenther overcame polesitter Oliver Rowland (Nissan) to take a the chequered flag first in the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix on Formula E’s first visit to Japan – making it five different winners from the opening five races in Season 10. On Lap 10, Rowland led Mortara and Guenther with, again, no more than a second between them. Dennis, Wehrlein, da Costa, Frijns, Sette Camara, Mueller and Nato rounded out the top 10. The race fired into life from there, with Nato and Frijns, sixth and seventh on Lap 18, jumping for ATTACK MODE. Mortara, in third, was holding off the close attention of da Costa, Dennis, Nato and Wehrlein – with Frijns, Sette Camara and Mueller rounding out the top 10 on Lap 29. Four laps plus two added were to come, with the top three once again split by less than a second – Rowland just 0.3 seconds back from leader Guenther.

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