Lucas Di Grassi led from start to finish in a flawless performance at the Paris ePrix.
In a race full of excitement, Di Grassi took advantage of a bad start by Sam Bird to speed his way into the lead. Both Jean-Eric Vergne and Bird had a fierce teammate battle, with Vergne eventually winning out, which left Bird in the cross-hairs of Sebastien Buemi, who’s relentless pressure caused the brit to lock up and go off track. Ma Qing Hua ended his Formula E debut with a hefty shunt into the wall, which prompted a late safety car which concluded the race.
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