Formula E

Clean sweep in Practice for Jaguar Racing

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Mitch Evans topped the timings at the end of Free Practice Two for the Jaguar Racing team ahead of his teammate Sam Bird. This bodes well for the 12:00 CET (11:00 BST) qualifying session, as they start in Group One.

The session was calm, with drivers trying to complete their practice programs and make up for the lost time from the red flag this morning during Free Practice One. All the drivers set Attack Mode laps at the end of the session, except for Nick Cassidy (Envision Virgin Racing) who narrowly avoided a collision with Norman Nato (ROKiT Venturi Racing) who was going back into the pits. He finished the session in twenty-second, with his teammate Robin Frijns in sixth.

Last year’s Championship winning team DS Techeetah found some pace in the second practice session, with Antonio Felix Da Costa finishing in third and his teammate Jean-Eric Vergne finishing tenth.

Both Andre Lotterer and Pascal Wehrlein were in the top ten at the end of Practice this morning for the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team. With their starts in Group three and Group two qualifying respectively, can they qualify in the top six ahead of the race?

The team championship leaders of the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship Mercedes-EQ Formula E were eighth and fifteenth. With twenty-three points separating them and Jaguar Racing and the strong pace of the team, could their place be taken by the British team later today in Qualifying and the race?

Qualifying for Round seven of the Formula E Championship starts at 12:00 CET (11:00 BST), with the race at 16:00 CET (15:00 BST).

120Mitch EvansNZLJaguar Racing1:31.118
210Sam BirdGBRJaguar Racing+ 0.185
313Antonio Felix Da CostaPORDS Techeetah+ 0.241
436Andre LottererGERTAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team+ 0.353
522Oliver RowlandGBRNissan e.dams+ 0.436
64Robin FrijnsNLDEnvision Virgin Racing+ 0.453
748Edoardo MortaraCHEROKiT Venturi Racing+ 0.466
817Nyck de VriesNLDMercedes-EQ Formula E team+ 0.508
999Pascal WehrleinGERTAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team+ 0.605
1025Jean-Eric VergneFRADS Techeetah+ 0.641
116Nico MüllerCHEDragon/Penske Autosport+ 0.829
128Oliver TurveyGBRNIO 333 Racing+ 0.928
1311Lucas Di GrassiBRZAudi Sport ABT Schaeffler+ 0.977
1428Maximilian GuntherGERBMW i Andretti Motorsport+ 0.987
155Stoffel VandoorneBELMercedes-EQ Formula E team+ 1.045
1694Alex LynnGBRMahindra Racing+ 1.110
1727Jake DennisGBRBMW i Andretti Motorsport+ 1.285
1833Rene RastGERAudi Sport ABT Schaeffler+ 1.437
1988Tom BlomqvistGBRNIO 333 Racing+ 1.451
2029Alexander SimsGBRMahindra Racing+ 1.712
2123Sebastien BuemiCHENissan e.dams+ 2.124
227Sergio Sette CamaraBRZDragon/Penske Autosport+ 2.561
2337Nick CassidyNZLEnvision Virgin Racing+ 2.729
2471Norman NatoFRAROKiT Venturi Racing+ 2.730

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