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Moscow Layout
The Moscow ePrix layout
Race Information
Date 6 June 2015
Official Name 2015 FIA Formula E Moscow ePrix
Location Flag of Moscow Moscow Street Circuit, Kremlin, Moscow
Lap length 2.290 km (1.423 mi)
Distance 35 laps / 80.150 km (49.803 mi)
Qualifying Result
Pole Sitter France Jean-Éric Vergne
Team Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport
Time 1:09.429
Fastest Lap
Driver Switzerland Sébastien Buemi
Fastest Lap 1:11.679 on lap 32
ePrix Result
First Second Third
Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany Nick Heidfeld
Winner Team People's Republic of China NextEV TCR
Time 43:18.867
ePrix Guide
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The 2015 Moscow ePrix, otherwise officially known as the 2015 FIA Formula E Moscow ePrix, was the ninth round of the 2014/15 FIA Formula E Championship, held in the city of Moscow in Russia on the 6 June 2015.[1] Moscow served as the penultimate host city for the season, and was the second Asian capital to host the series on a circuit set in the shadow of the Kremlin.[1]

Pole position in Moscow would go to Jean-Éric Vergne during qualifying, beating Championship leader Nelson Piquet Jr. by 0.020s.[2] The Brazilian's fellow title combatants Lucas di Grassi and Sébastien Buemi were next, with Jérôme d'Ambrosio and Nicolas Prost on the third row.[2]

At the start it was advantage Piquet heading into the first corner, the Brazilian grabbing the inside line to take the lead from Vergne.[3] Behind, di Grassi fended off Buemi to claim third, while Daniel Abt made a significant leap into fifth from seventh on the grid.[3]

Piquet duly sprinted clear at the head of the field, with most of the drivers opting to focus on energy conservation from the outset.[3] A fair number would, however, get stuck behind Jarno Trulli, who seemed to have revived the famed "Trulli-train" from his F1 days while running in ninth.[3]

Piquet led until the pitwindow, with everyone bar Buemi stopping at the head of the field at the same time.[3] The Swiss racer had saved enough energy early on to complete an extra lap, but a mistake by the e.dams-Renault crew saw him lose almost ten seconds to his rivals in the pits.[3]

Piquet therefore regained his lead and cruised to the flag, leaving Vergne and di Grassi in a duel for second.[3] Ultimately, it was the latter whom triumphed, with Vergne's pace falling dramatically during the closing stages.[3] Indeed, the Frenchman would fall behind Nick Heidfeld and the charging Buemi on the final lap.[3]

The race was also noted as the one and only appearance for Justin Wilson, who was subsequently killed in an Indy Car race two months later.[4]

BackgroundEdit

Formula E headed back to the Asian continent for its ninth race and host city, with Moscow, the capital of the Russian Federation, playing host for the first time.[1] The deal to race in Moscow was a late one, with the Russian capital only announced in February 2015, replacing Rio de Janeiro after organisational issues.[1] The Moscow ePrix was also hampered by problems regarding its arrangement, but the Moscow Street Circuit, sat in the shadow of the Kremlin, was erected in time for the ePrix.[1]

There would be a couple of modifications made to the entry list, the primary one being the arrival of Justin Wilson, once of the Minardi F1 Team, at Andretti Autosport, replacing Scott Speed.[5] The Brit brought several years of Indy Car experience, and was a long term member of the Andretti Indy Car programme.[5] The other change came at NextEV TCR, with Antonio Garcia returning to the team in Charles Pic's absence.[6]

Championship-wise, the post-race drama in Berlin had caused a seismic shift in the title chase, as Lucas di Grassi fell to third in the Championship. His major rival, and fellow Brazilian, Nelson Piquet Jr. now led the Championship by two points from Sébastien Buemi, who was eight ahead of di Grassi. Those three were the favourites with three rounds to go, with Nicolas Prost and Jérôme d'Ambrosio, winner in Berlin, arriving as the dark horses for the title.

e.dams-Renault arrived in Moscow with a commanding lead in the Teams' Championship, holding a 63 point lead, with 48 available per-race, meaning they could scoop the title in the Russian Capital. That scenario remained unlikely, as Dragon Racing, Audi Sport ABT and NextEV were unlikely not to score, based on their previous exploits. For Dragon, Berlin had been massively successful, as they leapt from sixth to second after d'Ambrosio and Loïc Duval both stood on the Berlin podium.

Entry ListEdit

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

2015 Moscow ePrix Entry List
No. Name Entrant Constructor Car
2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
3 Flag of Spain Jaime Alguersuari Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
5 Flag of India Karun Chandhok Flag of India Mahindra Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
8 France Nicolas Prost France e.dams-Renault Spark-Renault SRT_01E
9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France e.dams-Renault Spark-Renault SRT_01E
10 Italy Jarno Trulli Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Spark-Renault SRT_01E
11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany Audi Sport ABT Spark-Renault SRT_01E
18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team Spark-Renault SRT_01E
21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing Spark-Renault SRT_01E
23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Spark-Renault SRT_01E
27 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport Spark-Renault SRT_01E
28 Flag of the United Kingdom Justin Wilson Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport Spark-Renault SRT_01E
30 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team Spark-Renault SRT_01E
55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri Spark-Renault SRT_01E
66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany Audi Sport ABT Spark-Renault SRT_01E
77 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri Spark-Renault SRT_01E
88 Flag of Spain Antonio Garcia People's Republic of China NextEV TCR Spark-Renault SRT_01E
99 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. People's Republic of China NextEV TCR Spark-Renault SRT_01E
Source:[7]

PracticeEdit

FP1Edit

FP2Edit

QualifyingEdit

The qualifying session for the Moscow ePrix was to start at 12:00 local time, following the standard format of four randomly assigned groups, each getting ten minutes on track.[8] There was a threat of rain for the session, although bright and clear skies over the Russian capital saw no rain materialise throughout the session.[2]

Group 1Edit

The Championship battle was the focus in the first group of the session as Nelson Piquet Jr. and Sébastien Buemi, first and second in the title battle, went to the track.[8] They would be joined by debutante Justin Wilson, Jaime Alguersuari and Nick Heidfeld, although the fastest time was expected to be set by either Buemi or Piquet.[8]

As it turned out, that prediction was correct, with Piquet setting the pace, ahead of Buemi whom himself had topped Practice Two.[2] The Brazilian was over four tenths of a second faster than the Swiss driver, with a further two tenths to Heidfeld.[2] Wilson's first qualifying session saw him beat Alguersuari, with the Spaniard over a second and a half slower than Piquet.[2]

Group 2Edit

Virgin Racing and e.dams-Renault's championship outsiders Sam Bird and Nicolas Prost were the standout names in Group Two, joined by Jérôme d'Ambrosio.[8] António Félix da Costa ensured their were four different winners in the group, with Daniel Abt the other man in the group, although the German had started on pole.[8]

Surprisingly, it was Jérôme d'Ambrosio, the man with form, who was fastest in the group, but was half a second off of Piquet's provisional pole.[2] Prost and Abt were in close attendance, with the trio all just ahead of Heidfeld, with Bird a quarter of a second further back.[2] Da Costa could be found at the back of the group, just ahead of Alguersuari.[2]

Group 3Edit

Antonio Garcia's return to the Championship saw him put into a group with quali specialists Jean-Éric Vergne and Jarno Trulli, with Vergne one of the favourites as usual.[8] But, dominating the group's entrants was Lucas di Grassi, whom was determined to overcome the disqualification he was handed in Berlin which saw him drop points in the title.[8] Loïc Duval was also in the group, but was expected to be a small factor in the overall quali result.[8]

The last time Garcia and Vergne had shared a qualifying session, the Frenchman had started on pole, and so it proved in Moscow as Vergne took provisional pole away from Piquet.[2] Di Grassi, meanwhile, secured third provisionally, meaning there was to be another frosty atmosphere in the top three seats once again, as he would have to sit next to Piquet, with Trulli missing out on a certain top five start after a mistake in the last sector.[2] Of Garcia, the Spaniard was to be found outside the top ten, behind Wilson, after Duval shut his car down before setting a fast time.[2]

Group 4Edit

Mahindra Racing saw both of their cars lead out the final group, with Karun Chandhok and Bruno Senna hoping to rediscover the form they had at the start of the season.[8] Stéphane Sarrazin was in a similar position, while Vitantonio Liuzzi and Salvador Duran were hoping to improve on their best starting positions before the season came to a close.[8]

None of the group were expected to threaten the top of the grid, and so it proved with only Sarrazin making it into the top ten, with Duran in eleventh.[2] Senna and Chandhok were to be found in the final quarter of the grid, with Liuzzi struggling to set up his car effectively, with his time meaning there were 2.5 seconds between first and last in qualifying, one of the larger gaps in the season.[2]

Post QualifyingEdit

Following qualifying, Sarrazin was excluded for breaking Parc-Ferme rules, although he was allowed to compete in the ePrix from the back of the grid. As such, everyone from tenth down was promoted one position.

2015 Moscow ePrix Qualifying Result
Pos. No. Name Team Time Gap Grid
1st 27 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport 1:09.429 1
2nd 99 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 1:09.449 +0.020s 2
3rd 11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi Germany Audi Sport ABT 1:09.685 +0.256s 3
4th 9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi France e.dams-Renault 1:09.826 +0.397s 4
5th 7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 1:09.967 +0.538s 5
6th 8 France Nicolas Prost France e.dams-Renault 1:10.043 +0.614s 6
7th 66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany Audi Sport ABT 1:10.075 +0.646s 7
8th 23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 1:10.098 +0.669s 8
9th 10 Italy Jarno Trulli Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team 1:10.145 +0.716s 9
10th 77 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri 1:10.257 +0.828s 10
11th 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing 1:10.365 +0.936s 11
12th 28 Flag of the United Kingdom Justin Wilson Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport 1:10.398 +0.969s 12
13th 88 Flag of Spain Antonio Garcia People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 1:10.537 +1.108s 13
14th 55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri 1:10.617 +1.188s 14
15th 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:10.688 +1.259s 15
16th 5 Flag of India Karun Chandhok Flag of India Mahindra Racing 1:10.697 +1.268s 16
17th 3 Flag of Spain Jaime Alguersuari Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing 1:10.941 +1.512s 17
18th 6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 1:11.141 +1.712s 18
19th 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team 1:11.967 +2.538s 19
110% Time: 1:16.371[7]
EXC* 30 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 20
Source:[7]
  • * Sarrazin was excluded from the results of qualifying for breaching Parc-Ferme regulations.

RaceEdit

With the familiar 16:00 start time set for the ePrix, the clear skies remained throughout the afternoon, heralding a dry race in Moscow.[9] Around two hours after qualifying, the top three in the Championship, and second third and fourth on the grid, were announced as the winners of the FanBoost vote.[9] In other words, Nelson Piquet Jr., Lucas di Grassi and Sébastien Buemi would all receive a five second power boost twice during the race.[9]

ReportEdit

An even start for Piquet and pole sitter Jean-Éric Vergne quickly turned into an advantage for the Brazilian, for Piquet was on the inside of Vergne into the first corner.[3] Piquet was quick to establish his lead, with title rivals di Grassi and Buemi unable to get past Vergne, who was soon under continuous pressure from the pair.[3] Daniel Abt was the man on the move in the top ten, jumping into fifth from seventh on the grid in an attempt to help his title challenging team mate di Grassi, while Sam Bird attempted to get through the field from his poor starting position.[10]

As Piquet pulled ahead, however, it soon became clear that energy conservation was the order of the day, with higher than expected usage causing some to question their ability to make it to the end of the race.[3] That said, most of the action was on track still, with Jarno Trulli fighting a furious defence from António Félix da Costa for ninth.[3] The Italian would suffer from his tactics in the fight later on, but was able to keep the Portugese at bay for the time being.[10]

As the stops approached, it became clear that Buemi was the man to watch as, sat in fourth, he had a 10% power advantage over Piquet in front, and was still within a few seconds of the leader.[10] Trulli, meanwhile, was becoming increasingly desperate in his defence, as twice in a few laps he cut the chicane towards Red Square to hold onto his position.[10] An noticeably irate da Costa began to throw his Amlin Aguri at the Trulli machine at every opportunity to try to get past.[10]

After Bruno Senna spun into the wall at the first corner, costing himself a rear wing, Piquet led the field into the pits, although, significantly, Buemi stayed out with an extra laps worth of energy.[10] Yet, a lap later, his chances of victory disappeared, and also cost his team mate Nicolas Prost valuable points.[10] e.dams-Renault misinterpreted the managers breifing, believing that the minimum pitstop time in Moscow was 68 seconds, not the 59 that all the other stops had been timed to.[10] The result of which was that e.dams effectively handed their drivers 10 second penalties, and dropped them out of contention.[10]

Back in the Trulli train, and da Costa had finally forced his way past the Italian, catching the former F1 winner unawares into the third corner, allowing Justin Wilson to try his hand at getting past.[10] Once again, Trulli's defence involved cutting the chicane on the back straight, although he was seemingly avoiding a penalty for doing so.[10] Buemi, meanwhile, used his FanBoost to set fastest lap in an unlikely attempt to rejoin the fight for second.[10]

Stéphane Sarrazin was in the wars, having served a stop-go penalty for speeding in the pits, before locking up his rear wheels completely into the hairpin of turn twelve to avoid hitting Jaime Alguersuari.[10] Trulli was the next to suffer damage in the closing stages, as his robust defence against Wilson caught Loïc Duval out into the very corner Sarrazin had spun at.[10] The Frenchman locked all four wheels trying to stop a collision, but was successful in only knocking the rear wing completely off the Italian's car.[10] Duval allowed Wilson, who ran deliberately wide to avoid the incident, to rejoin before continuing himself.[10]

Yet, there was little anyone could do to stop Piquet claiming victory, as the Brazilian took his second win of the season with ease.[10] Di Grassi had dispatched Vergne early on in the second half of the race, but battery overheating meant he could not quite catch his countryman for the lead.[3] Buemi was next over the line, followed quickly by Nick Heidfeld and Vergne, the former two having taken the Frenchman on the last lap.[3]

Buemi had attempted to get past Vergne into the complex at turn three, but was unable to do so, although he was able to get alongside the Frenchman into the chicane.[10] Yet, with no room for two cars, Buemi cut the chicane, before slowing to allow Vergne back past, a plan which delayed both of them, as Vergne seemed reluctant to get by.[10] This allowed Heidfeld to slip right into the back of Buemi into the hairpin of turn eleven, meaning he clinched fourth from Vergne, who lost out on both positions through no fault of his own.[10] Yet, the order was to be modified after the race was completed, with several drivers in the Clark of the course's notebook for various reasons.

ResultEdit

Buemi was the most significant casualty of the rules, slapped with a 30 second penalty for an unsafe release from his pitstop, meaning he dropped to ninth.[11] Duval was also awarded the same penalty, while Trulli's unique defence methods were recognised with a five place grid penalty for London.[11]

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

2015 Moscow ePrix Race Result
Pos. No. Name Team Laps Race Time Fastest lap Pts.
1st 99 Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. FanBoosticon People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 35 0:43:18.867 1:11.942 25
2nd 11 Brazil Lucas di Grassi FanBoosticon Germany Audi Sport ABT 35 +2.012s 1:11.957 18
3rd 23 Germany Nick Heidfeld Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 35 +11.548s 1:11.924 15
4th 27 France Jean-Éric Vergne Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport 35 +12.416s 1:12.427 15
5th 66 Germany Daniel Abt Germany Audi Sport ABT 35 +25.626s 1:12.895 10
6th 77 Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri 35 +28.960s 1:12.863 8
7th 55 Portugal António Félix da Costa Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri 35 +30.529s 1:12.327 6
8th 8 France Nicolas Prost France e.dams-Renault 35 +31.556s 1:12.751 4
9th* 9 Switzerland Sébastien Buemi FanBoosticon France e.dams-Renault 35 +40.050s 1:11.679 4
10th 28 Flag of the United Kingdom Justin Wilson Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport 35 +46.320s 1:13.039 1
11th 7 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 35 +51.474s 1:12.296
12th 5 Flag of India Karun Chandhok Flag of India Mahindra Racing 35 +52.493s 1:12.870
13th 3 Flag of Spain Jaime Alguersuari Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing 35 +55.810s 1:12.707
14th 30 France Stéphane Sarrazin Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 35 +56.715s 1:11.829
15th 6 France Loïc Duval Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 35 +1:18.763 1:12.280
16th 21 Brazil Bruno Senna Flag of India Mahindra Racing 34 +1 Lap 1:12.741
17th 18 Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team 34 +1 Lap 1:12.871
18th 10 Italy Jarno Trulli Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team 32 +3 Laps 1:13.204
19th 88 Flag of Spain Antonio Garcia People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 32 +3 Laps 1:12.419
Ret 2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing 24 Damage 1:12.342
Source:[7]
  • FanBoosticon Indicates a driver was awarded FanBoost during the race.
  • * Buemi and Duval awarded 29 second penalties for unsafe releases.
  • Trulli handed a five place grid penalty for the 2015 London ePrix I for repeated corner cutting.

MilestonesEdit

StandingsEdit

Nelson Piquet Jr. extended his Championship lead to seventeen points through victory, with Lucas di Grassi overtaking Sébastien Buemi after the Swiss driver was relegated to ninth. They became the only drivers with a realistic chance of taking the title at the season finale in London, although Nicolas Prost, Jérôme d'Ambrosio and Sam Bird were still within the maximum 60 points still available. Nick Heidfeld leapt into the top ten after his surprise podium, while Justin Wilson rounded out the point scorers with debut points for Andretti Autosport.

e.dams-Renault lost a fair amount of their sizeable lead in Moscow, but, with only 96 points left, and a 44 point lead, they remained the favourites for the title. Audi Sport ABT and NextEV TCR overtook Dragon Racing after the American team failed to score any points. Virgin Racing also lost out on fifth, with Andretti taking the position, while Venturi's late charge through the table saw them wrestle eighth away from Mahindra Racing.

2014/15 Drivers' Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st Brazil Nelson Piquet Jr. 128 ◄0
2nd Brazil Lucas di Grassi 111 ▲1
3rd Switzerland Sébastien Buemi 105 ▼1
4th France Nicolas Prost 82 ◄0
5th Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio 77 ◄0
6th Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird 68 ◄0
7th France Jean-Éric Vergne 55 ▲1
8th Portugal António Félix da Costa 51 ▼1
9th Germany Daniel Abt 32 ▲3
10th Germany Nick Heidfeld 31 ▲8
11th Flag of Spain Jaime Alguersuari 30 ▼2
12th Brazil Bruno Senna 28 ▼2
13th France Loïc Duval 23 ▼2
14th Flag of the United States Scott Speed 18 ▼1
15th France Franck Montagny 18 ▼1
16th Flag of India Karun Chandhok 18 ▼1
17th France Stéphane Sarrazin 18 ▼1
18th France Charles Pic 16 ▼1
19th Flag of Spain Oriol Servià 16 ◄0
20th Italy Jarno Trulli 15 ◄0
21st Flag of Mexico Salvador Duran 9 ▲2
22nd Italy Vitantonio Liuzzi 2 ▼1
23rd Flag of Japan Takuma Sato 2 ▼1
24th Flag of the United Kingdom Justin Wilson 1 ▲6
2014/15 Teams' Championship
Pos. Name Pts. +/-
1st France e.dams-Renault 187 ◄0
2nd Germany Audi Sport ABT 143 ▲1
3rd People's Republic of China NextEV TCR 132 ▲1
4th Flag of the United States Dragon Racing 116 ▼2
5th Flag of the United States Andretti Autosport 104 ▲1
6th Flag of the United Kingdom Virgin Racing 98 ▼1
7th Flag of Japan Amlin Aguri 62 ◄0
8th Monaco Venturi Formula E Team 49 ▲1
9th Flag of India Mahindra Racing 46 ▼1
10th Switzerland Trulli Formula E Team 17 ◄0

Only point scoring drivers are shown.

ReferencesEdit

Videos and Images:

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