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Audi motorist Daniel Abt also scores points in China

In conditions of high temperatures and impassioned humidity, a final theatre of a initial E-Prix, hold in a traveller review on a Southern Chinese Hainan Island, was quite action-packed. From fourth on a grid, Daniel Abt was in row for a lectern finish in a organisation of front runners before a reserve automobile was deployed and a competition was red-flagged. “This broken a advantage we had achieved during a commencement of a race,” pronounced Abt. “We had good appetite government and were in a clever position before a crazy things happened on a track. That’s since I’m not one hundred percent happy. But in Formula E, it’s essential to measure points regularly. I’ve managed that so distant in all 6 races.”

His teammate, Lucas di Grassi, fought behind from sixth on a grid in his Audi e-tron FE05 and was directly behind Abt when he was taken out of a competition by a collision caused by Sébastien Buemi on a penultimate lap. “That was intensely frustrating, since currently we could have taken a championship lead,” pronounced a Brazilian. “Up until that point, it was a good race.”