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Vandoorne beats Félix da Costa and takes first place in Brazil

Vandoorne beats Félix da Costa and takes first place in Brazil

Brazilians Di Grassi and Sete Camara had a complex session at Anhembi. Lucas is the last and Sergio the sixteenth

at the end of this week , Formula E get off at Brazil For the first time to dispute over Sao Paulo e Brixwhich was held in Anhembi Sambadrome. On Saturday morning, qualifying practice that determined the grid for the race took place later, at 2pm, at Squad.

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The dispute over the honorable place in the capital, Sao Paulo, was between the current champion Stoffel Vandoorne, the Belgian from DS Penske, and the Portuguese from Porsche, Antonio Felix da Costa, the champion of the 2019/2020 season. And the one who took pole position was Vandoorne, the former McLaren Formula 1 driver.


In group one, Brazil’s Sérgio Sette Câmara, from NIO 333, crashed and caused a red flag. was liquidated. The Knights who advanced to the playoffs were: Vandoorne; Envision’s Nick Cassidy; Eduardo Mortara, from Maserati; and Jake Hughes of McLaren, in that order.

In the second set, Brazil’s Lucas Di Grassi, from Mahindra, touched the wall and ended up being disqualified. The drivers who made it to the playoffs were: Sam Bird of Jaguar. Max Gunther of Maserati. Felix da Costa and Jaguars’ Mitch Evans, in that order.

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In the first duel of the quarter-finals, Mortara defeated Cassidy and advanced to the semi-finals to face Vandoorne, who had “passed the stage” after Hughes was nearly knocked out. On the other side of the arc, Da Costa beat Günther and Evans was faster than teammate Bird, advancing to his second semi-final. Cassidy starts fifth, ahead of Hughes. Gunter eP starts from number seven. Bird, who pays a five-place penalty for a knock against South Africa’s Evans, starts 10th.

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In the first dispute, Vandoorne beats Mortara, who is fourth. In the second half, Da Costa beat Evans, who starts third. After that, the Portuguese from Porsche and the Belgian from Pinsk went to the Grand Final to determine the honorable place on the grid Anhembi Sambadrome.

We’ll be back in a bit with the full leaderboard, as well as the SP eP grid

Full coverage of Formula E Sao ​​Paulo ePrix You have to check Motorsport.comIn the presence of in position By Anhembi correspondents Carlos Costa, Eric Gabriel, Guilherme Longo, and Isa Fernandez.

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