Next weekend’s Rome E-Prix will feature a unique Free Practice 0, specially for rookie drivers.
Having raced in Jakarta and Portland, Mahindra have confirmed that Roberto Merhi will race for the team in Rome and London.
McLaren boss Ian James is aware that the side have things to work on ahead of Rome, following a disappointing race in Portland.
René Rast and Jake Hughes have both called for McLaren to address their race pace issues, which led to zero points in Portland.
DS Penske were forced to start from the pit-lane in Portland after using illegal scanners.
ABT CUPRA left Portland with just a single point for their efforts, following a huge 27G crash for Nico Müller.
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Robin Frijns finished tenth in Portland to add another point to the team’s tally, whilst Nico Müller suffered a terrifying 27G crash.
Nissan qualified second and third in Portland, yet they left the E-Prix with just two points.
Norman Nato held on to finish ninth in Portland, whilst Sacha Fenestraz finished fifteenth after hitting his team-mate.
Mahindra scored some valuable points in Portland last weekend, having not finished amongst the top ten since the end of April.
Lucas Di Grassi finally ended his ten race point-less streak, after finishing seventh in Portland.
A collision between Maximilian Günther and Edoardo Mortara cost Maserati important points in Portland, leaving the team with “mixed emotions”.
Mitch Evans salvaged fourth at the inaugural Portland E-Prix after starting twentieth, whilst a post-race penalty demoted Sam Bird to seventeenth.
Porsche lead the Constructors’ Championship by just six points, following a mixed performance in Portland.
António Félix da Costa claimed his first podium since February in Portland on Saturday, whilst Pascal Wehrlein lost the championship lead again.