No regrets for Rowland despite ‘struggle to survive’ in Tokyo

Nissan’s Oliver Rowland landed a home pole for Nissan at the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix, and rounded off the race in second with ‘no regrets’. “I’m happy – three podiums in a row and second place in a home race with a pole – you have to take the overall picture,” said Nissan’s Oliver Rowland moments after finishing runner-up in Formula E’s first race in Tokyo. Stating the race up front, Rowland led for 25 laps before allowing Guenther to take the lead, which he then held for the remaining eight laps until the chequered flag. Finishing a close second, Rowland admitted he had “no regrets” about his performance in Tokyo.

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