Formula E fans in Santiago de Chile saw French driver Jean-Eric Vergne win the fourth ePrix of the season on Saturday. German team mate Andre Lotterer came in second. And the overall score has been mixed up.
With his victory in Chile’s capital, Vergne takes the overall lead in the electric racing series from Sweden’s Felix Rosenqvist.
In Santiago de Chile, the one-two was the Chinese-owned Techeetah team’s first in Formula E. Swiss racer Sebastien Buemi finished third for Renault e.dams. Rosenqvist was fourth for Mahindra.
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