Formula E world champion Jake Dennis says he and his team deserved his drivers’ title after the season that they have had in 2023.
Andretti’s Jake Dennis secured the 2023 Formula E world championship title with a race to spare in London after a frantic race won by Mitch Evans.
Jake Dennis slated race winner Pascal Wehrlein’s defence of his lead but admitted “we can’t protest against them because they also have a Porsche powertrain.”
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Lucas di Grassi has won the second London Formula E race, having played a strategic game to outdo Jake Dennis with Attack Mode.
Jake Dennis won the first London EPrix of the weekend having taken a confident pole and led every lap, while rivals behind him clashed.
From a 2km/h pit speed margin to struggles with sandstorms, Formula E’s first race of 2022 saw changes to rules, but the series very much staying true to its identity.
After its pandemic-struck 2020 season, Formula E saw some recovery last year, but needs to continue that in the final hurrah for its ‘Gen2’ cars.
A remarkable season saw 18 drivers still in with a chance of the title by the final weekend. Here’s our verdict on the top Formula E drivers of 2021.
Fourteen drivers are still in contention to take the first world championship trophies in Formula E, ahead of tomorrow’s Berlin finale.
Esteban Ocon will have a last chance to drive a Mercedes Formula 1 car in next week’s tyre test before he joins Renault for next season.