Victory for Lucas di Grassi in the first ePrix of Paris


Lucas di Grassi has won the ePrix of Paris, adding to its
second consecutive victory in the Formula E, and his third win of the
season. The leader of the category has dominated the race from beginning to end,
consolidating their position of privilege in the championship. Jean-Eric Vergne
has finished second with the car of DS Virgin in the home race,
Sébastien Buemi has been third party
after consummating another of their comebacks
after a qualifying session in a discrete manner.
Sam Bird, the third candidate
the title, paid dearly for his error and finished in sixth position

In spite of the pole added by Sam Bird, the british do not
he took advantage of his opportunity. With a out slow in the first meters,

Lucas di Grassi was stealing the wallet and placed it as a leader
of the ePrix of
Paris. The brazilian team ABT Schaeffler thus had a beginning
perfect at the premiere and winding path French, the whole time he was at the front
a group in which Sébastien Buemi, his main rival, could not pass in the seventh position. In addition,
the fight between Jean-Eric Vergne and Sam Bird for the
the second position gave a certain advantage

While the pilots and.Dams began his usual comeback, he produced the first yellow flag of the
race, caused by Loïc Duval
. The single-seater pilot local finally
was left standing in a dangerous area, causing the
Safety Car Virtual (FCY).
A parenthesis in the excitement of a first few laps that soon ended,
since the restart of the race
Sébastien Buemi beat Robin Frijns
for the sixth position
, every time that the pilot himself Dutch had won that
position in the output with a great maneuver on António Félix Da Costa.

Once passed the first few laps after the Safety Car
Lucas di Grassi returned to shoot his advantage over Jean-Eric Vergne,
that was two seconds off the leader of the race and the championship in a
open and close of eyes. This fact provoked that the major focus of interest and
battle came from behind, with António Félix Da Costa getting beat
Oliver Turvey,
in the same way that Sébastien Buemi managed to overtake
Stéphane Sarrazin
with a maneuver perfect. Almost up to par, Nelson Piquet Jr.
suffered from mechanical problems, having to go through the garage to change the car.

Prior to the step-by-pit -, the fight for the second position
is intesificaba
since the pair of DS Virgin composed by Jean-Eric Vergne and
Sam Bird joined the duo of and.Dams,
with Sébastien Buemi beating
Nico Prost
just when was the ecuador of the race and producing the
mass entry to the pitlane to change the car. A maneuver that left no
changes in the quintet of head, so that
Lucas di Grassi returned to the track
as a leader
, while Vergne was holding in front of Bird and Buemi for
on top of Prost.

In fact, Di Grassi took a second less than their rivals
in the step-by-pit –
, which reported an advantage of four seconds to
to address the second half of the ePrix, leaving almost view to judgement your
victoria. She could not say the same of the podium positions,
with Sébastien
Buemi attacking intensively to Sam Bird
, although all their attempts
overtaking became manoeuvres useless, with a Bird, which made it very
width car DS Virgin. Behind,
Bruno Senna managed to overtake
Daniel Abt in the fight for the last two points positions

When it seemed that everything was going to end without changes, Sam
Bird made a mistake and spent braking, leaving the tray in the podium to
Sebastien Buemi
. The british driver also fell to the sixth position, all
time I’ve got to get back on track just before the departure of the Safety Car for the
accident of Ma Qing Hua, who made his debut in this race with the race car Team
Aguri. With this mishap and the above-mentioned change of positions, the race
came to an end.
The slow withdrawal of the seat of Ma Qing Hua left a
bitter end
for the first ePrix of Paris.

After the Safety Car, but treasuring his third win of the
Lucas di Grassi claimed victory in the ePrix of Paris, reinforcing
its condition of leader of the championship. Jean-Eric Vergne added the second
position in the home race for both him and his team. Minimizing
Sébastien Buemi went on to finish third, followed by Nico Prost and
Stéphane Sarrazin, two of the other pilots that competed with their
countrymen. With Sam Bird sixth,
the area of points was closed by Robin Frijns
and António Félix Da Costa, Bruno Senna and Daniel Abt
, who managed to rescue a
point after starting fourteenth.

news Victoria Lucas di Grassi in the first ePrix of Paris was originally published in by Fernando Sancho.