Nissan: Nissan e.dams scores initial front-row lockout in Paris

Posted on 21. May, 2019 by in Nissan Canada

PARIS – Nissan scored a first-ever front-row lockout in subordinate on a streets of Paris currently in a ABB FIA Formula E championship with Oliver Rowland and Sebastien Buemi.

British racer Rowland became a initial motorist in deteriorate 5 to start dual races from pole. Nissan e.dams also became a initial organisation to start 3 races this deteriorate from a tip mark – Buemi in Santiago and Rowland in Sanya and Paris.

The Paris E-Prix currently was a second of 5 European races staged as partial of a all-electric travel racing championship. With a Nissan LEAF holding a climax as Europe’s best-selling electric automobile in 2018, Nissan again entertained fans in a E-Village with vital interactive displays and activities.

Formula E is being used by Nissan to denote a energy and opening of a electric automobile record – a pivotal partial of a company’s Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision.

Nissan was second fastest in a opening dual use sessions– Buemi in use one and Rowland in use two. Both Nissan drivers warranted their place in Super Pole from subordinate organisation 3 where they were initial and third fastest.

After Super Pole qualifying, Rowland and Buemi were primarily second and third fastest before a stick leader was put to a behind of a grid since of a tire vigour technical infringement.

While use and subordinate went unusually well, a team’s good happening in a competition was absent.
After commencement with a reserve automobile start, Nissan primarily ran 1-2 before Rowland strike a separator after a stop lock-up. He was means to retreat and get behind on lane and fought his approach behind adult to 12th during a mottled flag.

Read a finish competition news on NISMO.com here.

 

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