In the longest Formula E race to date, Lucas Di Grassi romped home to win a thrilling strategy-dependant race, and closed his title fight deficit to five points from rival Sebastian Buemi.
Formula E lived up to its unpredictable reputation, with a dramatic qualifying session in Mexico City. Championship leader Sebastien Buemi heads into the ePrix in P10, with rival Lucas Di Grassi in P18.
Following a positive performance for Panasonic Jaguar Racing in Buenos Aires, the British team is looking forward to racing at the historic Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City.
Mahindra Racing secured two top-ten finishes in the inaugural Mexico City ePrix last year and will be looking to build on that experience to leverage its strong start to Season Three, after two podiums and two fastest lap awards in the first three races.
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Lucas di Grassi and Daniel Abt are already in high demand before the fourth round, which the drivers have especially been looking forward to because of the enthusiastic fans.