Wehrlein and Porsche become the hunters as standings leads slip

Pascal Wehrlein had led the Drivers’ World Championship since the second race of the 2022/23 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship back in Diriyah but after a poor run of form, he and TAG Heuer Porsche are on the back foot and looking to fight back. Cassidy’s average lap prior to the first Safety Car (Laps 2 to 21) was at an average pace of 1m37.283s. All drivers that reached Lap 25 in the race set their personal best fastest laps between Lap 25 and Lap 27. That’s 80 points in Rounds 1 to 4 and just 21 since. “There are still a lot of races and a lot of points to be won. We have to regroup, analyse in detail and fight back in the upcoming seven races.

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