Alex Lynn crossed the finish line behind the man who had led for more than half of Sunday's London Formula E race — but he still managed to grab the victory.
The 27-year-old Brit won his first E-Prix race after Brazil's Lucas di Grassi was black-flagged for failing to serve a drive-through penalty, leaving Lynn to claim the checkered flag for the first time in his career.
The final 60 seconds of *THAT* race 🤯⚡️@alexlynnracing crossing the line to win at his home race, and pick up his first-ever Formula E victory 👏— ABB FIA Formula E World Championship (@FIAFormulaE) July 25, 2021
🇬🇧 2021 @Heineken #LondonEPrix | @MahindraRacing pic.twitter.com/58OpNJFVwi
How he got to to the top of the podium won't matter to Lynn, who wins on home soil a day after finishing third in Round 12. In Saturday's double-header opening race, Britain's Jake Dennis was the winner with Nick de Vries of the Netherlands — who also also took second place on Sunday — the runner up.
Just two races remain in the season, with a double-header finale in Berlin in August the final races on the calendar.
Formula E Calendar
- R14 - Berlin - Aug 14
- R15 - Berlin - Aug 15
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