"And we go green!"
It was a case of not knowing where to look once the lights went out, and in true Formula E fashion it was a wild ride from the start! FOUR WIDE!
Oh this race is spicy already it’s only lap 7 #SaoPauloEPrix— darren (@krewatc) March 25, 2023
Action on absolutely every lap so far in the #SaoPauloEPrix #FormulaE 🤯— FSeries (@FSeries__) March 25, 2023
This #SaoPauloEPrix is mega. A lot of code brown moments for the drivers! #formulae— Aaron James (@aaronjamesf1) March 25, 2023
Chaos? Chaos!#FormulaE #SaoPauloEPrix— Patrick (@tothemaxf1) March 25, 2023
A different kind of flying lap...
The 2.933km street circuit certainly provided drivers with some interesting track surfaces to navigate! From bumps to different types of concrete, they were some of the more unusual track conditions the grid has had to deal with in recent races.
Nick Cassidy is promptly showing us that even Kiwis can fly 😳#SaoPauloEPrix pic.twitter.com/nPbCQ59sK3— Dom (@Wom_Dings) March 25, 2023
Norman Nato s'est pris pour Fernando Alonso je crois #ABBFormulaE #SaoPauloEPrix pic.twitter.com/jBGJ2f61TD— Alexandre Khaldi (@Alex_Racing1) March 25, 2023
Making moves up the grid
Several drivers put in stellar performances during the Brazilian race, but the TAG Heuer Porsche of Pascal Wehrlein definitely stands out. Making up 11 places during the race, the championship leader finished in seventh but kept fans amazed as he fought his way through the pack - he also won Driver of the Day for his efforts!
The Jaguar TCS Racing of Sam Bird is also worth motioning for his efforts as he clambered from 10th to third!
W RACE, W CIRCUIT, W RECOVERY FOR PASCAL #SaoPauloEPrix— Fiercely Electric 💞 (@Fiercely_FE) March 25, 2023
PASCAL WEHRLEIN is climbing That PORSCHE POWERTRAIN 👊🏽#SaoPauloEPrix— Ian Spices⚡️ (@ian_spices) March 25, 2023
Finally a good weekend of @JaguarRacing with @mitchevans_ finishing first and @sambirdofficial third. Amazing climb through the field by Bird. Great job by @NickCassidy_ as well, kept fighting till the end.#SaoPauloEPrix #FormulaE #raceresult— Aakash Paul (@aakashspaul) March 25, 2023
Some races were over in a flash, including that of Nissan’s Norman Nato who was out of the race on lap one in dramatic fashion. After getting some serious air in a collision that almost saw him wipe out the NEOM McLaren duo, he was later joined by his teammate to watch the race from the sidelines.
The biggest driver to DNF was Avalanche Andretti’s Jake Dennis, who was hit by the NIO 333 of Dan Ticktum, but still holds second place in the Drivers’ World Championship.
POV: Nissan & Maserati fans in Formula E:#SaoPauloEPrix #FormulaE pic.twitter.com/WT8aQAXDry— Paddock Passion (@PaddockPassion) March 25, 2023
Not been a great day for Nissan, has it? #SãoPauloEPrix— ▼Rising-Electra▲ (@ChrisDonati) March 25, 2023
Got your nose 👃🤣#SaoPauloEPrix pic.twitter.com/JXgNv1Ih0j— Avalanche Andretti FE 🔺 (@AndrettiFE) March 26, 2023
Jake Dennis calling Dan Ticktum a 'plonker' and a 'geezer' is the most British insult I swear #SaoPauloEPrix— Katy Fairman (@katyfairman) March 25, 2023
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