Here's how the Formula E championship looks as we go into the London finale

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Here's how the Formula E championship looks as we go into the London finale

Two races left to crown a World Champion - but who will come out on top?


When we arrived in Portland, Jaguar TCS Racing's Nick Cassidy had a mathematical shot of wrapping up the title this weekend. The opposite of that happened, with two non-points scoring finishes, and his rivals have now got even closer to the standings leader. 

After Mitch Evans (Jaguar) locked in a third place in Round 14, and Pascal Wehrlein (TAG Heuer Porsche) clung onto fourth after sustaining damage on Sunday, it means there's just 12 points separating Evans and Wehrlein from Cassidy on top. Three wins in a row for Antonio Felix da Costa also brings him into the hunt, with seven drivers in with a chance as we get ready for London next month. 

Nick Cassidy - 167 points

Mitch Evans - 155 points

Pascal Wehrlein - 155 points

Antonio Felix da Costa - 134 points

Oliver Rowland - 131 points

Jean-Eric Vergne - 129 points

Jake Dennis - 122 points

TOP OF THE TABLE: See the full standings for the 2023/24 Drivers' World Championship

As well as the Drivers' title to decide, there's also the Teams' championship to decide. Jaguar TCS Racing are currently leading 322 points, but TAG Heuer Porsche are catching with 289 points. These two teams are also playing a huge part in the inaugural Manufacturers' title, which is being led by Porsche currently on 407 points with Jaguar close behind on 388.