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People's Republic of China 2015 Beijing ePrix
Beijing Layout 2015
The Bejing ePrix layout for 2015.
Race Information
Date 24 October 2015
Official Name 2015 SWUSP Beijing ePrix
Location Flag of Beijing Beijing, China
Lap length 3.439 km (2.137 mi)
Distance 26 laps / 89.414 km (55.559 mi)
Support Race {{{support}}}
Qualifying Result
Pole Sitter Switzerland Sébastien Buemi
Team France Renault e.Dams
Time 1:37.297
Fastest Lap
Driver Switzerland Sébastien Buemi
Team France Renault e.Dams
Fastest Lap 1:39.993 on lap 24
ePrix Result
First Second Third
Switzerland Sébastien Buemi Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany Nick Heidfeld
Winner Team France Renault e.Dams
Time 50:08.835
ePrix Guide
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Post-Race Test {{{test}}}
The 2015 Beijing ePrix, otherwise officially known as the 2015 SWUSP Beijing ePrix, was the opening round of the 2015/16 FIA Formula E Championship, staged at the Beijing Olympic Green Circuit on the 24 October 2015.[1] The ePrix would go down in history as the first to feature manufacturer built powertrains, although it was the exploits of Sébastien Buemi that ultimately stole the show.[2]

Buemi would start raceday in imperious form, claiming pole position during qualifying with two excellent laps, becoming the first man to win a "Super Pole shootout".[3] His Renault e.Dams teammate Nicolas Prost would complete the front row, with Nick Heidfeld, Lucas di Grassi and Jean-Éric Vergne completing the shootout.[3]

It was advantage Buemi off the line too, with the Swiss ace making a perfect start to grab the lead as teammate Prost fell back.[2] Indeed, Heidfeld managed to slip past the second e.Dams to claim second, while di Grassi almost sneaked ahead at the first corner.[2]

Indeed, the only blot on Buemi's dominance would be an early full course yellow, thrown to remove Simona de Silvestro from the circuit after she threw her Andretti down an escape road.[2] The race resumed with Buemi continuing to build an unassailable lead out front, while Heidfeld kept Prost at arm's length.[2]

Bruno Senna became the centre of attention during the following laps, the Brazilian racer proving to be a bottle neck for everyone between fifth and fifteenth.[2] Indeed, it would require blunt force from Vergne to get his DS Virgin ahead of the Mahindra, with the Frenchman's move also opening the door for Loïc Duval.[2]

The pitwindow passed without issue, although Vergne's race was destroyed when he had to save heavily on his in lap after misjudging his energy use towards the end of his stint.[2] Instead, an accident between António Félix da Costa and FE rookie Jacques Villeneuve would cause a brief stir, with a FCY called to remove the Portuguese racer's car from the barriers.[2]

Into the closing stages and Prost was forced to retire from fourth place with a rear-wing failure, handing second and third to di Grassi and Heidfeld the final spots on the podium.[2] They, however, were unable to catch Buemi out front, whom duly collected fastest lap en-route to a dominant victory, ending the race ten second clear.[2] Indeed, Buemi also became the first driver to score maximum points at an ePrix after his stunning drive, making him the favourite for the Championship after just one race.[2]

BackgroundEdit

Ahead of the opening round in Beijing the 2015 Donington Test had revealed several interesting trends ahead of Formula E's second season, which was the first to feature manufacturer built powertrains.[4] Renault e.Dams were arguably in the best position, having completed 353 laps between Sébastien Buemi and Nicolas Prost throughout the public test, and been close to the top of the time sheets throughout.[4] Lucas di Grassi and ABT Schaeffler were also looking promising, with the Brazilian, winner of the 2014 Beijing ePrix, having set the outright pace at Donington Park and run reliably as e.Dams' closest challenger.[4]

But, there also seemed to be two struggling teams too, as Trulli and Andretti failed to get any significant mileage on their new creations.[4] Andretti also suffered harshly in late August, as their one time Formula E driver Justin Wilson died in an IndyCar race in America.[4] There was some hope for them however, as Simona de Silvestro completed a day of running on the final day of the test, albeit after switching to the 2014 car, while also trying out Robin Frijns for their second car.[4] At Trulli, however, there was a sense of disquiet ahead of Beijing, as their car only managed seven laps at Donington through the entire test.[4]

Many drivers stayed with their 2014/15 employers for the season opener, but there were moves nonetheless. The most high profile saw Jean-Éric Vergne switch to DS Virgin Racing, after Jaime Alguersuari was set to miss the season on medical grounds.[5] Elsewhere, Salvador Duran made a late switch to Trulli from Team Aguri, the only team using the Spark-Renault SRT_01E, while Nick Heidfeld made a move to Mahindra Racing from Venturi.[6]

There were also to be new faces in 2015/16, as Formula One World Champion Jacques Villeneuve joined up with Venturi, and would make his debut in China.[7] Also joining the fray was Robin Frijns, a young Dutchman who had carved a name for himself in the lower levels of motorsport, and, like Villeneuve, got his first taste of Formula E during the Donington Test with Andretti.[8] Shortly before the ePrix, Team Aguri announced that Nathanaël Berthon would be driving their second pair of cars, having had the Frenchman test for them at Donington.[9]

FanBoost for the first ePrix of season two opened on the 12th of October 2015, and would stay open until the first six minutes of the race in Beijing.[10] In the build up to the ePrix, the Trulli team did not meet scrutineering requirements due to several components being held up in customs.[11] As a result, the team's Motomatica JT-01 car will not be accepted for entry in Beijing and the team will miss the race.[11]

Two minor changes were also made to the circuit layout before the start of the new season. The major chance concerned the first chicane, which was removed entirely to allow a longer back straight. In response, the second chicane was also modified, although the changes would make it tighter, effectively cancelling out part of the changes earlier in the lap.

Entry ListEdit

The full entry list for the 2015 Beijing ePrix is displayed below:

2015 Beijing ePrix Entry List
No. Name Entrant Constructor Car
1 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. People's Republic of China NextEV TCR NextEV FormulaE 001
2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing DS Virgin DSV-01
4 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Venturi VM200-FE-01
6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing Venturi VM200-FE-01
7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing Venturi VM200-FE-01
8 France Nicolas Prost France Renault e.Dams Renault Z.E. 15
9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France Renault e.Dams Renault Z.E. 15
10 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Motomatica JT01
11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler FE01
12 Flag of Canada Jacques Villeneuve Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Venturi VM200-FE-01
18 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Motomatica JT01
21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing Mahindra M2Electro
23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Flag of India Mahindra Racing Mahindra M2Electro
25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing DS Virgin DSV-01
27 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti Spark-Renault SRT_01E
28 Switzerland Simona de Silvestro Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti Spark-Renault SRT_01E
55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Team Aguri Spark-Renault SRT_01E
66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler FE01
77 Flag of Mexico Nathanaël Berthon Flag of Japan Team Aguri Spark-Renault SRT_01E
88 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey People's Republic of China NextEV TCR NextEV FormulaE 001
Source:[12]

PracticeEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

QualifyingEdit

The dry but Autumnal conditions around Beijing meant that track was at a relatively cool temperature for the first quali session of the new season.[3] With Trulli absent, the group sizes were modified, meaning that Groups One and Three only had four cars in.[13] It was also the début for the new "Super Pole" system, which would see the five fastest cars from the Group Stage compete for pole one by one.[13]

Group 1Edit

The first qualifying lap of the season would be set by one of four drivers in Group One, with Simona de Silvestro, Nelson Piquet Jr., Daniel Abt and António Félix da Costa.[13] Represented in the group were two of the old Spark-Renault SRT_01Es and two new creations, allowing an interesting comparison between old and new.[13] With Piquet wielding #1 on his car, the Brazilian would be hoping that his pre-season form would be reversed.

Unfortunately for the Brazilian, he failed to get into a good rhythm in his NEXTEV creation, meaning a wild ride to a time which would ultimately put him last.[3] Of the rest, Abt's new car defeated de Silvestro and da Costa by almost a second, with de Silvestro coming out ahead of the Portuguese racer.[3]

Group 2Edit

Group Two would be running at full capacity, with the two Mahindras of Bruno Senna and Nick Heidfeld set to do battle.[13] Joining them were two title favouries, and the first competitive comparison between Nicolas Prost in his Renault and Lucas di Grassi in the ABT, with Stéphane Sarrazin in the first of the four Venturi cars.[13]

Given their pace at the Donington Test, none were surprised that di Grassi and Prost were at the top of the group by the end.[3] It was not all their own way, however, with Heidfeld putting together an impressive lap to split the two of them.[3] Also looking quick was Sarrazin, who ultimately just missed out to di Grassi in the "Super Pole" stakes, with Senna unable to match his team mates' stunning lap.[3]

Group 3Edit

Like Group One, Group Three was to be a four car affair, although the attention would be focused on Sébastien Buemi, favourite for the Championship after Testing.[13] He was to be joined on circuit by Jean-Éric Vergne and two rookies in Jacques Villeneuve and Nathanaël Berthon.[13] Based on practice times, Buemi looked set to snatch pole, or at the very least a Super Pole slot, although with the one lap format for the new season he could afford no mistakes.

Despite the potential for mistakes, however, there was no denying Buemi as he went fastest overall with a great lap.[3] Prost was expected to retain second, although a stunning lap from Vergne managed to split the two e.Dams, with those two well ahead of their less experienced rivals.[3] Berthon just missed out on beating da Costa in the Team Aguri battle, while Villeneuve went a second slower than team mate Sarrazin.[3]

Group 4Edit

The final Group of the session contained the final five drivers, featuring the two Dragons, a débutante and the two Brits.[13] Sam Bird was one of the favourites in the group, and based on team mate Vergne's pace had a chance of breaking into the "Super Pole" shootout.[13] Elsewhere, Loïc Duval and Jérôme d'Ambrosio were to try to beat Sarrazin's time in their mini-Venturi battle, while Oliver Turvey and Robin Frijns seemed to be resigned in battle at the back of the order.[13]

The pace between Bird and the two Dragons was incredibly tight, with the Brit only able to split the pair of them, after a good lap by Duval.[3] Unfortunately, they all fell short of di Grassi's time, while Frijns impressed by going top of the generation one field, ahead of his more experienced rivals.[3] Turvey, meanwhile, managed to find a second on team mate Piquet's time to get ahead of the Andretti machines.[3]

Super PoleEdit

The new "Super Pole" Shootout began with di Grassi, although the Brazilian was not able to beat his group time, before being beaten by Heidfeld who improved.[3] Next out was Vergne, who ruined his lap and had to abandon it resigning him to fifth, having just seen Prost smash Heidfeld's time to go top.[3] But, Buemi was in devastating form, finding another two tenths of a second to take the first pole of the season.[3]

Post QualifyingEdit

The final qualifying result for the 2015 Beijing ePrix are outlined below:

2015 Beijing ePrix Qualifying Result
Pos. No. Name Team Time Gap Grid
1st 9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France Renault e.Dams 1:37.297 1
2nd 8 France Nicolas Prost France Renault e.Dams 1:37.581 +0.284s 2
3rd 23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:38.339 +1.042s 3
4th 11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 1:39.539 +2.242s 4
NC 25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 2:21.284 +43.987s 5
Super Pole
1st 9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France Renault e.Dams 1:37.488 SP
2nd 25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 1:38.028 +0.540s SP
3rd 8 France Nicolas Prost France Renault e.Dams 1:38.206 +0.718s SP
4th 23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:38.512 +1.024s SP
5th 11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 1:38.519 +1.031s SP
6th 4 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 1:38.645 +1.157s 6
7th 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:38.761 +1.273s 7
8th 6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 1:38.859 +1.371s 8
9th 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 1:38.884 +1.396s 9
10th 7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 1:39.058 +1.570s 10
11th 66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 1:39.220 +1.732s 11
12th 12 Flag of Canada Jacques Villeneuve Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 1:39.665 +2.177s 12
13th 27 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti 1:39.672 +2.184s 13
14th 28 Switzerland Simona de Silvestro Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti 1:39.681 +2.193s 14
15th 88 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 1:39.734 +2.246s 15
16th 55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Team Aguri 1:40.295 +2.807s 16
17th 77 France Nathanaël Berthon Flag of Japan Team Aguri 1:40.386 +2.898s 17
18th 1 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 1:40.638 +3.150s 18
WD* 10 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Withdrawn
WD* 18 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Withdrawn
Source:[12]
  • * The two Trulli entries of Liuzzi and Duran were withdrawn after failing pre-race scrutineering.

RaceEdit

A dry Saturday afternoon followed qualifying, with the first ePrix of the new season set to start at 16:00 local time.[2] A one-two for Renault e.Dams seemed inevitable based on quali and practice pace, although with Lucas di Grassi and Nick Heidfeld in close attendance, the result was far from guaranteed.[2] Attention also focused on Nelson Piquet Jr. at the back of the field, and whether the defending Champion could fight his way from the back of the field.[2]

ReportEdit

A good start from Sébastien Buemi launched the pole sitter straight into the lead of the race, while Nicolas Prost went backwards.[2] The Frenchman lit up his rear wheels from second, allowing Heidfeld to slip by, before a lock-up into turn one put Prost in serious danger of falling behind di Grassi.[2] Further back, the action was to be had for Stéphane Sarrazin, whose poor start also put him on the back foot, leaving him to fight the two Dragon cars.[2]

Buemi was beginning to stretch his legs at the front of the field after fending off Heidfeld's series of moves on the opening lap.[2] But, his building was halted, albeit temporarily, by the first ever "Full Course Yellow" in Formula E, caused by Formula E's first lady.[2] A lock up at the end of the back straight threw Simona de Silvestro down an escape road and out of the race, although the hiatus was brief, lasting from lap three to lap five.[2]

Sam Bird, meanwhile, was battling on the fringes of the top five, having been poacher like in the opening stages to climb to sixth.[2] However, under pressure from Duval, the Brit locked up, having just been handed FanBoost alongside Oliver Turvey and Nelson Piquet Jr..[2] The Brit was able to continue after a brief trip down the escape road, although he had slipped out of the top ten, as Buemi moved five seconds clear at the front of the field.[2]

Bruno Senna became the centre of attention over the next few laps, unable to match team mate Heidfeld's pace ahead, and began to hold up everyone from Jean-Éric Vergne in sixth, to Jacques Villeneuve in fifteenth.[2] Vergne, as it happened, was the least hampered by the Brazilian, having forced his way by Senna before the old second chicane, opening the door for Duval, who forced his way by into the final corner.[2] Jérôme d'Ambrosio was the next man in the chase to push his way past, as Vergne failed to pull clear of the group.[2]

The lack of pace from Vergne was made clear as he suffered an attack by Duval into the chicane as the stops approached.[2] Duval ran around the outside of the Virgin into the run up to the chicane, before attempting to force Vergne onto the inside kerb, only for the two to connect.[2] Duval ran across the inside of the second part of the chicane and held the position, with d'Ambrosio using the delay for Senna to get by the Mahindra.[2]

With Duval escaping punishment for the incident or the chicane cutting (having already been judged ahead of his compatriot before the chicane), Bird made a move on Vergne during his recovery drive.[2] A slight graze into the braking zone for the final corner and the Brit was by, before the pitlane became the centre of action.[2] Duval and d'Ambrosio stayed out the longest proving that the Venturi VM200-FE-01 was the most efficient car in the field, with the majority of the field stopping on lap thirteen.[2]

Two major changes resulted from the stops, with Vergne struggling to keep his first car running out of energy before his stop and so plummeted down the order.[2] Elsewhere, Heidfeld had an issue with his safety belts, meaning a delay in his stop which put di Grassi and Prost ahead of the German, with Buemi continuing on unimpeded.[2] By the time Duval and co. came had completed their stops, an incident had brought out a second Full Course Yellow.[2]

António Félix da Costa was battling with Villeneuve after their stops, with the Portuguese challenging into the second corner.[2] Unfortunately, da Costa was two hot on the brakes and slammed into the Canadian, breaking his front suspension, and delaying Villeneuve.[2] Immediately apologising to Villeneuve as he climbed out of his car, da Costa was out, with the FCY thrown to remove his car.[2]

Just before that incident, Heidfeld had pulled a move on Prost for third place, but timing meant that Prost was running right behind him throughout the FCY[2] When the FCY was rescinded, Prost reacted better, snatching back third into the old second chicane, with Duval and d'Ambrosio also gaining through their later stops.[2] Prost, his car now settled, began to close on the back of di Grassi, as Duval and d'Ambrosio bore down on Heidfeld into the final phase of the race.[2]

Then, more drama, as with just three laps to go, Prost was sent into the pitlane for a technical issue, having lost part of his rear wing structure.[2] Although the failure, caused when part of his rear side pod fell away, did not seem to affect his pace, the stewards deemed the hanging rear wing too potentially dangerous, and so Prost was out of the race.[2] Buemi, by this stage, was over ten seconds ahead, and di Grassi a safe second, leaving the attention on Heidfeld, who was beginning to struggle in his battle against the two Dragons.[2]

Fortunately for the German, the two were exchanging blows amongst themselves, with d'Ambrosio almost taking out his team mate into turn three with two laps to go.[2] The Belgian had to stamp on the brakes and throw his car into a slide to avoid Duval, who was climbing all over the back of Heidfeld and so had no where to go.[2] After that, Duval was left to fight Heidfeld, and was lining up a move into the final corner on the final lap, much like Heidfeld had done to Prost over twelve months before.[2]

As Buemi swept across the line to claim his fourth victory in Formula E, Heidfeld placed his car perfectly to prevent Duval from diving down the inside, at the cost of a hampered exit from the turn.[2] Fortunately for the German, the finish line came up quite early, and so Duval just fell short of the podium, with di Grassi finishing second.[2] But, to the victor came the spoils, and a perfect weekend by Buemi saw him become the first man to claim the full 30 points on offer at an ePrix, having claimed pole, fastest lap and victory.[2]

ResultEdit

The final classification of the 2015 Beijing ePrix is displayed below, with the fastest lap setter indicated in italics, and the pole sitter shown in bold.

2015 Beijing ePrix Race Result
Pos. No. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1st 9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France Renault e.Dams 26 50:08.835 1:39.993 30
2nd 11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 26 +11.006s 1:41.721 18
3rd 23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Flag of India Mahindra Racing 26 +15.681s 1:41.859 15
4th 6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 26 +16.009s 1:40.860 12
5th 7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 26 +16.514s 1:40.860 10
6th 88 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey FanBoosticon People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 26 +39.466s 1:42.427 8
7th 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird FanBoosticon Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 26 +47.531s 1:41.201 6
8th 77 France Nathanaël Berthon Flag of Japan Team Aguri 26 +58.620s 1:42.327 4
9th 4 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 26 +1:07.814 1:42.858 2
10th 27 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti 26 +1:09.260 1:42.242 1
11th* 66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 26 +1:13.351 1:42.539
12th 25 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 26 +1:31.040 1:42.844
13th 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing 26 +1:50.833 1:42.217
14th 12 Flag of Canada Jacques Villeneuve Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 25 +1 lap 1:42.521
15th 1 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. FanBoosticon People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 24 +2 laps 1:41.500
Ret 8 France Nicolas Prost France Renault e.Dams 22 Damage 1:41.082
Ret 55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Team Aguri 13 Accident 1:42.672
Ret 28 Switzerland Simona de Silvestro Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti 2 Retired 1:46.289
WD 10 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team
WD 18 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team
Source:[12]
  • FanBoosticon Indicates a driver who was awarded FanBoost during the race.
  • * Abt was given a 30 second time penalty for an unsafe release in the pits.[2]

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Leaving Beijing, Sébastien Buemi's little piece of history saw him lead the title fight by twelve points from Lucas di Grassi, with Nick Heidfeld on half the number of points. Loïc Duval and Jérôme d'Ambrosio were left frustrated but relatively happy after their late fight for the podium, leaving in fourth and fifth. Elsewhere, Nathanaël Berthon completed an impressive debut to leave his first ePrix in eighth place in the table.

Nicolas Prost's late demise was not enough for anyone to beat Renault e.Dams' tally, with Buemi's 30 points keeping them ahead. Duval and d'Ambrosio's combined score meant Dragon Racing sat in second, with ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport third, the only other team to break 20 points on the opening day. Andretti left the weekend as the only team (other than the non-starting Trulli) to fail to leave with a point. That later changed after Daniel Abt's penalty was applied, promoting Robin Frijns into the points, 

 
2015/16 Drivers' Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 30 ◄0
2nd Brazil Lucas di Grassi 18 ◄0
3rd Germany Nick Heidfeld 15 ◄0
4th France Loïc Duval 12 ◄0
5th Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio 10 ◄0
6th Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey 8 ◄0
7th Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird 6 ◄0
8th France Nathanaël Berthon 4 ◄0
9th France Stéphane Sarrazin 2 ◄0
10th Dutch Flag Robin Frijns 1 ◄0
2015/16 Teams' Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st France Renault e.Dams 30 ◄0
2nd Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 22 ◄0
3rd Germany ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport 18 ◄0
4th Flag of India Mahindra Racing 15 ◄0
5th People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 8 ◄0
6th Flag of the United Kingdom DS Virgin Racing 6 ◄0
7th Flag of Japan Team Aguri 4 ◄0
8th Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 2 ◄0
9th Flag of the United States Amlin Andretti 1 ◄0

Only point scoring drivers and teams are shown.

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