Jake Dennis became today’s poleman ahead of the first round of the London E-Prix
The British driver secured pole position ahead of his home race. Dennisr had a strong performance throughout all qualifying runs, and won the final against Stoffel Vandoorne
Vandoorne, Sergio Sette-Camara, Nick Cassidy, and Lucas do Grassi went through from Group A. However, the Venturi driver got his lap time deleted once the run was over after impeding Mitch Evans. This meant that Maximilian Guenther made it to the duels.
From Group B, Jake Dennis, reigning champion Nyck de Vries, Oliver Askew, and Andre Lotterer were the drivers who advanced to the duels stages.
As the duels unfolded, Vandoorne won the first one against Lotterer and advanced to the semi-finals. So did Sette-Camara as he took victory against Askew.
It was a a fruitful session for Mercedes as de Vries won his duel against Cassidy. And Andretti’s Dennis did so as well in the fourth duel against Guenther
Vandoorne became the first finalist as he won his semi-final run against Sette-Camara in strong fashion
The Belgian faced Dennis in the final, as the Brit took victory in the second semi-final against Mercedes’ de Vries
Dennis came out victorious from the final, securing pole position ahead of his home race.
He will be joined by Vandoorne in the first row. De Vries, Sette-Camara, and Askew complete the starting top five.
The top ten has been completed by Guenther, Cassidy, Lotterer, Edoardo Mortara, and Robin Frijns
Di Grassi got relegated to the back of the starting grid.