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Highlights: Jean-Eric Vergne becomes first ever back-to-back Formula E champion

Jean-Eric Vergne became the first double Formula E champion at the season finale in New York after two title rivals crashed on the final lap.

Going into this race, Mitch Evans and Lucas di Grassi were championship contenders, and both needed at least a race win to claim the title.

But Di Grassi attempted to overtake Evans running them both into the wall.

Robin Frijns claimed the race victory, while Alexander Sims and Sebastien Buemi finished in second and third.

The championship had eight different winners in the first eight races, but it was Vergne who surged after a second victory of the season in Monaco.

Buemi's win in Saturday's first race of the double-header finale had taken the title battle down to Sunday's final race.

Championship standings

After New York E-Prix: Race Two

PositionDriverTeamPoints
1.Jean-Eric Vergne (Fra)DS Techeetah136
2.Sebastien Buemi (Sui) Nissan E.Dams119
3.Lucas Di Grassi (Bra)Audi Sport108
4. Robin Frijns (Ned)Envision Virgin Racing 106
5.Mitch Evans (NZ)Panasonic Jaguar Racing105

British drivers with championship points

PositionDriverTeamPoints
9.Sam Bird Envision Virgin Racing 85
10.Oliver RowlandNissan E.Dams71
13.Alexander SimsBMW I Andretti57
18.Alex LynnPanasonic Jaguar Racing10
19.Gary PaffettHWA Racelab9
20.Oliver TurveyNIO Formula E Team7

Results

Round 13 - USA

New York City, Sunday, 14 July

Podium: 1. Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing), 2. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti), 3. Sebastien Buemi (Nissan E.Dams)

GB drivers: 4. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 6. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 10. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 13. Oliver Turvey (NIO Formula E Team), 16. Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing)

Report:Jean-Eric Vergne becomes first double champion

Round 12 - USA

New York City, Saturday, 13 July

Podium: 1. Sebastien Buemi (Nissan E.Dams), 2. Mitch Evans (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 3. Antonio Felix da Costa (BMW I Andretti Motorsport)

GB drivers: 4. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti), 8. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 10. Oliver Turvey (Nio Formula E), 11. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 14. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), DNF Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing)

Report:Vergne crash keeps Di Grassi title hopes alive

Round 11 - Switzerland

Bern, Saturday, 22 June

Podium: 1. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah), 2. Mitch Evans (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 3. Sebastien Buemi (Nissan E.Dams)

Other GB drivers: 4. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 7. Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 11. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti), 16. Oliver Turvey (NIO), 17. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), DNF Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams)

Report: Vergne closes in on Formula E title

Round 10 - Berlin

Berlin, Saturday, 25 May

Podium: 1. Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler), 2. Sebastien Buemi (Nissan E.Dams), 3. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah)

Other GB drivers: 7. Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 8. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 9. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 17. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 18. Oliver Turvey (NIO), DNF Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing)

Report: Lucas di Grassi wins but Jean-Eric Vergne keeps title lead

Round 9 - Monaco

Monaco, Saturday, 11 May

Podium: 1. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah), 2. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 3. Felipe Massa (Venturi)

Other GB drivers: 10. Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 14. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 15. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti), 17. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), DNF Oliver Turvey (NIO)

Report: Vergne in title lead after second win of season

Round 8 - France

Paris, Saturday, 27 April

Podium: 1. Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing), 2. Andre Lotterer (DS Techeetah), 3. Daniel Abt (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler)

GB drivers: 8. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 11. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 12. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 14. Oliver Turvey (NIO), DNF Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti)

Report: Frijns wins Paris E-Prix in heavy rain

Round 7 - Italy

Rome, Saturday, 13 April

Podium: 1. Mitch Evans (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 2. Andre Lotterer (DS Techeetah), 3. Stoffel Vandoorne (HWA Racelab)

GB drivers: 6. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 11. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 12. Alex Lynn (Panasonic Jaguar Racing), 13. Oliver Turvey (NIO), 17. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti), DNF Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab)

Report: Mitch Evans wins race seven after early crash in Rome

Round 6 - China

Sanya, Saturday, 23 March

Podium: 1. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah) 2. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams) 3. Antonio Felix da Costa (BMW I Andretti Motorsport)

Other GB drivers: 12. Oliver Turvey (NIO Formula E Team). DNF Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti Motorsport), DNF Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), DNF Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing).

Report: Vergne wins in Sanya as Da Costa goes top

Round 5 - Hong Kong

Hong Kong, Sunday, 10 March 2019

Podium: 1. Edoardo Mortara (Venturi), 2. Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport Abt Schaeffler), 3. Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing)

GB drivers: 6. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 8. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), 9. Oliver Turvey (Nio Formula E Team). DNF Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), DNF Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti Motorsport)

Report: Sam Bird denied Hong Kong E-Prix win after time penalty

Round 4 - Mexico

Mexico City, Saturday 16 February 2019

Podium: 1. Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler), 2. Antonio Felix da Costa (BMW I Andretti Motorsport), 3. Edoardo Mortara (Venturi Formula E Team)

GB drivers: 9. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 12. Oliver Turvey (Nio Formula E Team), 14. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti Motorsport), 16. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), DNF Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams)

Report: Lucas di Grassi wins dramatic Mexico E-Prix

Round 3 - Chile

Santiago, Saturday, 26 January 2019

Podium: 1. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 2. Pascal Wehrlein (Mahindra Racing), 3. Daniel Abt (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler)

Other GB drivers: 7. Alexander Sims (BMW I Andretti Motorsport), 9. Oliver Turvey (Nio Formula E Team), 14. Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab), DNF Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams)

Report: GB's Bird wins Santiago E-Prix

Round 2 - Morocco

Marrakesh, Saturday, 12 January 2019

Podium: 1. Jerome d'Ambrosio (Mahindra Racing), 2. Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing), 3. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing)

Other GB drivers: 4. Alexander Sims (BMW Andretti), 15. Oliver Turvey (NIO), 16. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), DNF Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab)

Report: D'Ambrosio triumphs in Marrakesh

Round 1 - Saudi Arabia

Ad Diriyah, Saturday, 15 December 2018

Podium: 1. Antonio Felix da Costa (BMW Andretti), 2. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah), 3. Jerome D'Ambrosio (Mahindra Racing)

GB drivers: 7. Oliver Rowland (Nissan E.Dams), 11. Sam Bird (Envision Virgin Racing), 13. Oliver Turvey (NIO), 18. Alexander Sims (BMW Andretti), DNF Gary Paffett (HWA Racelab)

Report: Da Costa wins opening race in Saudi Arabia

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