The belgian Stoffel vandoorne, from Mercedes, won this Sunday the second of the two Rome ePrix scheduled for this weekend in the capital of Italy.
By rhythm and by strategy he prevailed Stoffel vandoorne in a race where the New Zealander Nick cassidy, author of the ‘pole‘, he ran out of options after two track starts.
The British Alexander Sims (Mahindra Racing) and the French Norman Nato (Rokit Venturi Racing) they reached the finish line in second and third position, but the latter was disqualified for overuse of energy.
That allowed the German Pascal Wehrlein (Tag Heuer Porsche) move up to third place.
With your victory, Stoffel vandoorne made up for his abandonment in Saturday’s race, which the Frenchman won Jean Eric Vergne (Techeetah), twice champion.