In Santiago ran Lucas di Grassi to the polepositie for the Formula E race in Chile. The belgian Stoffel Vandoorne drove a strong qualifying and he qualified as fifth, although he is still ‘under investigation’.
With a time of 1.08.290 was Lucas di Grassi clearly faster than the other riders, more than half a second even. Vandoorne did it, as stated previously, also very good with a fifth time, but it is still ‘under investigation’ because he is the pitlane to leave would have left.
Vandoorne would be the supercars in Santiago have left while the light was already on again on red. It is remarkable that also the polesitter Lucas di Grassi ‘under investigation’, and that for an alleged technical infringement during the group stage of the qualification.
The Formula E race in Chile is at 20h Belgian time to start and follow-up on the PlaySports or Eurosport.
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