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Nissan: Nissan e.dams scores best regulation E outcome in Monaco

MONTE CARLO, Monaco – Nissan e.dams has scored a best Formula E outcome with a group finishing a Monaco E-Prix with dual cars in a tip 5 and Oliver Rowland station on a podium.

Rowland took second place after finishing usually 0.201 of a second behind a competition winner, while Sebastien Buemi finished a considerable points transport for a group by channel a line in fifth.

Nissan e.dams finished a day with 31 points – some-more than any other group on a grid in a third European competition of a season.

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

Nissan set a gait in a second use event currently and afterwards both Buemi and Rowland done it by to a Super Pole session.

Series rookie Rowland done a many of a tip 6 Super-Pole shoot-out by subordinate on pole. However due to a post-race chastisement from a prior turn in Paris and a chastisement practical to Mitch Evans here in Monaco, Rowland started from third position. Team-mate Buemi started in fifth and both done clever starts into a initial corner.

Rowland took second place 8 mins into a competition and spent a rest of a conflict glued to a tail of contingent leader Jean-Eric Vergne. Despite shutting to within inches in a final moments of a race, a British racer gathering a stellar competition and finished second.

Buemi had a extreme early conflict with Felipe Massa after aggressive in a early laps. He after had to go into defensive mode to reason his position by to a mottled dwindle – facing large vigour from a series of rivals.

“This wasn’t a lane we approaching a package would be strong, though to leave Monaco with a stick position, a podium, dual cars in a tip 5 and scoring a many points of any group is a shining result,” Nissan tellurian motorsport director, Michael Carcamo said.

“Paris was a tough weekend for us so to rebound behind here in Monaco is an glorious prerogative for everybody on a group who has been operative so tough to urge a package.”

Two races sojourn in a European leg of a ABB FIA Formula E Championship: Berlin, Germany and Bern, Switzerland before deteriorate 5 finishes in New York in July.

“The group pulled it all together currently and everybody should be unequivocally unapproachable of what we’ve achieved,” pronounced Nissan e.dams group principal, Jean-Paul Driot.

“We continue to pull each weekend opposite some impossibly tough opposition, and this outcome is another critical step for us in a idea in holding Nissan e.dams to a tip step of a podium.”


Oliver Rowland
“Paris was unequivocally unsatisfactory so to rebound behind currently as we did – generally deliberation a grid chastisement we had to offer – was unequivocally rewarding.”

“Today was all about appetite management, and we was operative tough by a competition perplexing to preserve so we could pull during a finish.”

“For me, it was a risk contra prerogative conditions in a final integrate of laps. we substantially had a possibility to chuck it down a inside or try for an outward pierce on Jean-Eric (Vergne) though it was critical to us to take a points and a prize and pull brazen in Berlin.

“I”m looking brazen to a arriving races since we are removing stronger and stronger and that bodes good for a rest of a year.”

Sebastien Buemi
“I had a tough conflict out there, though it was a good points day for a team. we done a good start and was right behind Oliver, though it was critical not to make hit with my teammate.

“I used a lot of appetite early perplexing to plea Felipe (Massa), and afterwards after that, we had to conserve. It becomes even harder since afterwards we are fortifying a inside line and that isn’t a optimal line to get a best path time.”

“Late in a competition we had a bit some-more of a opening and was means to fibre some unequivocally good laps together, so currently was about creation a many of what we had. My path in Super Pole was a small bit disappointing, so it was a conflict for me after that.”


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