(***********************************************************************************************************************************) Grassi in the Audi e-tron FE (******************************************************************************************************) # (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler) – Photo: Audi 11

on winning both titles. Audi driver Lucas di Grassi is one of four riders competing in the last race on Sunday (start at (****************************************************************************************************) Clock Local Time / (**********************************************************************************************). In the team ranking, Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler has fallen behind DS Techeetah (********************************************************************************************) Points reduced. (****************************************************************************************) While leaders Jean-Eric Vergne and DS Techeetah were without points in the dramatic first race on Saturday in scorching heat, Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt arrived with their two Audi e-tron FEs six to the finish. Di Grassi shone from the start (******************************************************************************************************) once again with a catch-up. Abt fought for victory from a strong performance in qualifying from the start, lost in a tough battle for second place but several positions.


“I'm rarely speechless, but today I am,” said team boss Allan McNish. “So much happened in this race. We could never be sure if it would be good or bad for us. While DS Techeetah lost both cars due to accidents, our two riders drove hard. That means we are still in the title fight and bring a lot of fresh energy into tomorrow's final. “(************************* “My car was severely damaged right after the start due to collisions in front of and behind me and was incredibly difficult to drive,” said Lucas di Grassi. “I still finished and the championship is still open. We will fight tomorrow and give everything. “

“Of course I'm a bit disappointed, because today was the podium possible,” said Daniel Abt. “Until the safety car, it was great. The whole mess began when Alexander Sims pushed me aside and I got a big punch from Mitch Evans. That was something like bumper cars out there today. But we now know that we are super fast here. We will focus on our strengths and attack again tomorrow. “(************************************************************************************************************)

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