Antonio Felix da Costa secured pole position ahead of the last round of the Seoul E-Prix.
The Portuguese clinched pole after winning his duel with Edoardo Mortara. He had a strong run throughout qualifying, which allowed him to collect a pole position start.
In the front row, da Costa will be joined by Mortara, who beat championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne during the duels.
The Belgian will start from P4, with Andretti’s Jake Dennis one position ahead of him. In comparison with direct competitor Evans’ qualifying result, in P13, Vandoorne has a great position to capitalise his result into a championship.
Robin Frijns finished the completed, while Lucas di Grassi once again sneaks into the front positions of the grid in P6. He will be followed by Dan Ticktum –who scored one of NIO’s strongest results of the season, Jean Eric Vergne, and Maximilian Guenther. The top ten was ultimately completed by Pascal Wehrlein.