SEASON 9 REVIEW: Rome and the London E-Prix finale

The first year of the GEN3 era produced thousands of overtakes, new strategic battles and four debut race locations across four different continents. Dennis did not look back from there – literally, as he led every lap of the race, plus scored the fastest lap to achieve the second Grand Slam in two days, the race win, 29 championship points, plus the record for most Formula E podiums in a season – nine. The news got even better for the current championship leader as Cassidy failed to score any points in the race after Dennis led away from pole and just about kept himself out of the chaos that struck his closest title rivals Cassidy and Mitch Evans on just the second lap of the race. All he had to do was gap Nick Cassidy by five points and the Kiwi would be unable to overcome Dennis’ lead with a round left to race. Repairs were attempted but his race couldn’t be salavaged – ultimately gifting Dennis the title.

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