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Santiago E-Prix Driver Ratings

Santiago had it all. Full course yellows, reliability issues, crashes and temperatures never seen before in Formula E. 

Sam Bird took advantage of Sebastien Buemi's crash to take victory while Pascal Wehrlein claimed his maiden podium in the first race he finished.

But how did the Just Electric team rate the drivers? Find out below...

Sam Bird

Highest rating: 10
Average rating: 9.5

Bird became the first driver in Formula E to win in every season when he took victory in Santiago - although a caveat that someone could equal that record in Season 5. It was not a perfect weekend for the British driver as he did not take pole position. But he took advantage of Buemi's crash in the latter stages of the race and d'Ambrosio's low-scoring finish to take the championship lead.

Sam Bird

Highest rating: 10
Average rating: 9.5

Bird became the first driver in Formula E to win in every season when he took victory in Santiago - although a caveat that someone could equal that record in Season 5. It was not a perfect weekend for the British driver as he did not take pole position. But he took advantage of Buemi's crash in the latter stages of the race and d'Ambrosio's low-scoring finish to take the championship lead.

Sam Bird

Highest rating: 10
Average rating: 9.5

Bird became the first driver in Formula E to win in every season when he took victory in Santiago - although a caveat that someone could equal that record in Season 5. It was not a perfect weekend for the British driver as he did not take pole position. But he took advantage of Buemi's crash in the latter stages of the race and d'Ambrosio's low-scoring finish to take the championship lead.

Pascal Wehrlein

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6

Wehrlein made his Formula E debut in Marrakesh and promptly showed what to expect of the former Mercedes junior driver by qualifying in seventh place. Unfortunately for the German driver, he retired on the opening lap which makes rating his overall weekend difficult. However, an impressive qualifying performance meant he received a high rating of seven with an average of six.

Pascal Wehrlein

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6

Wehrlein made his Formula E debut in Marrakesh and promptly showed what to expect of the former Mercedes junior driver by qualifying in seventh place. Unfortunately for the German driver, he retired on the opening lap which makes rating his overall weekend difficult. However, an impressive qualifying performance meant he received a high rating of seven with an average of six.

Pascal Wehrlein

Highest rating: 9
Average rating: 9

Wehrlein's debut in Marrakesh was a mixed back, but he bounced back from being taken out on the opening lap to set a spectacular lap time in groups qualifying. He was beaten in Super Pole by di Grassi (before disqualification) and Buemi, and started on the front row. He lost position to Bird in the race but finished in second place after Buemi's accident. A solid second race for the former Mercedes junior driver.

Daniel Abt

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.5

Abt's drive to third was pretty unremarkable given the chaos around him which explains his average rating of 7.5. He was never really in contention with Bird, Buemi and Wehrlein for the win and he actually finished behind Sims on the track. Sims' penalty for spinning Mortara around promoted Abt to third place, securing Audi Sport's first podium of the season.

Daniel Abt

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.5

Abt's drive to third was pretty unremarkable given the chaos around him which explains his average rating of 7.5. He was never really in contention with Bird, Buemi and Wehrlein for the win and he actually finished behind Sims on the track. Sims' penalty for spinning Mortara around promoted Abt to third place, securing Audi Sport's first podium of the season.

Daniel Abt

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.5

Abt's drive to third was pretty unremarkable given the chaos around him which explains his average rating of 7.5. He was never really in contention with Bird, Buemi and Wehrlein for the win and he actually finished behind Sims on the track. Sims' penalty for spinning Mortara around promoted Abt to third place, securing Audi Sport's first podium of the season.

Edoardo Mortara

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Mortara's Santiago E-Prix was quite a quiet one up until he was spun around by BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Alexander Sims during the race. Despite the 360 degree spin, Mortara only lost two places and came home in fourth place once Sims had been penalised for the collision. It was Mortara's second-best result in Formula E following on from his podium in the second Hong Kong E-Prix in Season 4.

Edoardo Mortara

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Mortara's Santiago E-Prix was quite a quiet one up until he was spun around by BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Alexander Sims during the race. Despite the 360 degree spin, Mortara only lost two places and came home in fourth place once Sims had been penalised for the collision. It was Mortara's second-best result in Formula E following on from his podium in the second Hong Kong E-Prix in Season 4.

Edoardo Mortara

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Mortara's Santiago E-Prix was quite a quiet one up until he was spun around by BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Alexander Sims during the race. Despite the 360 degree spin, Mortara only lost two places and came home in fourth place once Sims had been penalised for the collision. It was Mortara's second-best result in Formula E following on from his podium in the second Hong Kong E-Prix in Season 4.

Robin Frijns

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Frijns' weekend suffered by going out in the first qualifying group, which really damaged his weekend. He started down in 15th place but took advantage of penalties, incidents and the pace of his Audi-powered car to finish the race in fifth place. It was a quiet race for Frijns despite making up 10 positions but he still brought him 10 points for the championship-leading Envision Virgin Racing team.

Robin Frijns

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Frijns' weekend suffered by going out in the first qualifying group, which really damaged his weekend. He started down in 15th place but took advantage of penalties, incidents and the pace of his Audi-powered car to finish the race in fifth place. It was a quiet race for Frijns despite making up 10 positions but he still brought him 10 points for the championship-leading Envision Virgin Racing team.

Robin Frijns

Highest rating: 8
Average rating: 7.25

Frijns' weekend suffered by going out in the first qualifying group, which really damaged his weekend. He started down in 15th place but took advantage of penalties, incidents and the pace of his Audi-powered car to finish the race in fifth place. It was a quiet race for Frijns despite making up 10 positions but he still brought him 10 points for the championship-leading Envision Virgin Racing team.

Mitch Evans

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.38

Evans put in a typically solid performance throughout the Santiago E-Prix weekend, although it was quietly solid. He started in 11th place and made up five places in the race to finish in sixth place. He was four seconds ahead of Sims post-penalty for Sims, while Turvey was another 18 seconds back from Sims - showing Evans was one of the quicker drivers in the race.

Mitch Evans

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.38

Evans put in a typically solid performance throughout the Santiago E-Prix weekend, although it was quietly solid. He started in 11th place and made up five places in the race to finish in sixth place. He was four seconds ahead of Sims post-penalty for Sims, while Turvey was another 18 seconds back from Sims - showing Evans was one of the quicker drivers in the race.

Mitch Evans

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.38

Evans put in a typically solid performance throughout the Santiago E-Prix weekend, although it was quietly solid. He started in 11th place and made up five places in the race to finish in sixth place. He was four seconds ahead of Sims post-penalty for Sims, while Turvey was another 18 seconds back from Sims - showing Evans was one of the quicker drivers in the race.

Alexander Sims

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.5

Sims' start to life in Formula E has been strong to far but a collision with BMW i Andretti Motorsport team-mate da Costa in Marrakesh and in Santiago with Mortara cost Sims a shot two strong results in his first three Formula E races. He'll be disappointed with his actual results but his pace shown in the opening three races will please the British driver.

Alexander Sims

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.5

Sims' start to life in Formula E has been strong to far but a collision with BMW i Andretti Motorsport team-mate da Costa in Marrakesh and in Santiago with Mortara cost Sims a shot two strong results in his first three Formula E races. He'll be disappointed with his actual results but his pace shown in the opening three races will please the British driver.

Alexander Sims

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.5

Sims' start to life in Formula E has been strong to far but a collision with BMW i Andretti Motorsport team-mate da Costa in Marrakesh and in Santiago with Mortara cost Sims a shot two strong results in his first three Formula E races. He'll be disappointed with his actual results but his pace shown in the opening three races will please the British driver.

Oliver Turvey

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.63

Turvey picked up NIO's first points of the season with an eighth place finish in Santiago, making up 10 places in the process in doing so. Much like other drivers who had a comeback drive, it was a quiet one and taking advantage of reliability issues and incidents to make his way up through the field. It's a positive step for Turvey and his NIO team.

Oliver Turvey

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.63

Turvey picked up NIO's first points of the season with an eighth place finish in Santiago, making up 10 places in the process in doing so. Much like other drivers who had a comeback drive, it was a quiet one and taking advantage of reliability issues and incidents to make his way up through the field. It's a positive step for Turvey and his NIO team.

Oliver Turvey

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.63

Turvey picked up NIO's first points of the season with an eighth place finish in Santiago, making up 10 places in the process in doing so. Much like other drivers who had a comeback drive, it was a quiet one and taking advantage of reliability issues and incidents to make his way up through the field. It's a positive step for Turvey and his NIO team.

Jose Maria Lopez

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

Lopez was outqualified by Dragon Racing team-mate Maximilian Guenther although he was the only Dragon driver to finish the race, and he did so in a points scoring position with ninth - ahead of pre-Santiago championship leader d'Ambrosio, Lopez started in 10th and finished in ninth place, although he was beaten by d'Ambrosio on track - a penalty for the Belgian moved him down to 10th. Lopez did also pick up his own penalty for using too much power.

Jose Maria Lopez

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

Lopez was outqualified by Dragon Racing team-mate Maximilian Guenther although he was the only Dragon driver to finish the race, and he did so in a points scoring position with ninth - ahead of pre-Santiago championship leader d'Ambrosio, Lopez started in 10th and finished in ninth place, although he was beaten by d'Ambrosio on track - a penalty for the Belgian moved him down to 10th. Lopez did also pick up his own penalty for using too much power.

Jose Maria Lopez

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

Lopez was outqualified by Dragon Racing team-mate Maximilian Guenther although he was the only Dragon driver to finish the race, and he did so in a points scoring position with ninth - ahead of pre-Santiago championship leader d'Ambrosio, Lopez started in 10th and finished in ninth place, although he was beaten by d'Ambrosio on track - a penalty for the Belgian moved him down to 10th. Lopez did also pick up his own penalty for using too much power.

Jerome d'Ambrosio

Highest rating: 6.5
Average rating: 6.13

d'Ambrosio came into the Santiago E-Prix as the championship leader, and this is what cost him in qualifying in Chile. Group one for qualifying was the slowest group and as a result d'Ambrosio started at the back of the grid. His solitary point for 10th place means he fell behind Bird in the championship by two points, but the Belgian will take solace in the fact he finished further up the field on track - a full course yellow penalty moved him down the order.

Jerome d'Ambrosio

Highest rating: 6.5
Average rating: 6.13

d'Ambrosio came into the Santiago E-Prix as the championship leader, and this is what cost him in qualifying in Chile. Group one for qualifying was the slowest group and as a result d'Ambrosio started at the back of the grid. His solitary point for 10th place means he fell behind Bird in the championship by two points, but the Belgian will take solace in the fact he finished further up the field on track - a full course yellow penalty moved him down the order.

Jerome d'Ambrosio

Highest rating: 6.5
Average rating: 6.13

d'Ambrosio came into the Santiago E-Prix as the championship leader, and this is what cost him in qualifying in Chile. Group one for qualifying was the slowest group and as a result d'Ambrosio started at the back of the grid. His solitary point for 10th place means he fell behind Bird in the championship by two points, but the Belgian will take solace in the fact he finished further up the field on track - a full course yellow penalty moved him down the order.

Nelson Piquet

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5.13

The Santiago E-Prix was full of quiet but solid drives and Piquet's drive from 19th to 11th was another example of this. Overtaking proved difficult and Piquet took advantage of reliability and incidents to move up the field. Piquet will be annoyed that team-mate Evans outperformed him again, but the Season 1 champion's drive will please him.

Nelson Piquet

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5.13

The Santiago E-Prix was full of quiet but solid drives and Piquet's drive from 19th to 11th was another example of this. Overtaking proved difficult and Piquet took advantage of reliability and incidents to move up the field. Piquet will be annoyed that team-mate Evans outperformed him again, but the Season 1 champion's drive will please him.

Nelson Piquet

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5.13

The Santiago E-Prix was full of quiet but solid drives and Piquet's drive from 19th to 11th was another example of this. Overtaking proved difficult and Piquet took advantage of reliability and incidents to move up the field. Piquet will be annoyed that team-mate Evans outperformed him again, but the Season 1 champion's drive will please him.

Lucas di Grassi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.63

di Grassi's Santiago weekend was a rollercoaster that mirrored the one next to the circuit. He was competitive in both practice sessions and made it through to the Super Pole Shootout. His lap in Super Pole was quicker than anyone else by a few tenths but it was all in vain for the Season 3 champion. A new rule brought in for the weekend meant he couldn't use his brakes more or less on his in-lap than his fast lap. He was thrown out of qualifying, started 22nd and finished 12th.

Lucas di Grassi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.63

di Grassi's Santiago weekend was a rollercoaster that mirrored the one next to the circuit. He was competitive in both practice sessions and made it through to the Super Pole Shootout. His lap in Super Pole was quicker than anyone else by a few tenths but it was all in vain for the Season 3 champion. A new rule brought in for the weekend meant he couldn't use his brakes more or less on his in-lap than his fast lap. He was thrown out of qualifying, started 22nd and finished 12th.

Lucas di Grassi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.63

di Grassi's Santiago weekend was a rollercoaster that mirrored the one next to the circuit. He was competitive in both practice sessions and made it through to the Super Pole Shootout. His lap in Super Pole was quicker than anyone else by a few tenths but it was all in vain for the Season 3 champion. A new rule brought in for the weekend meant he couldn't use his brakes more or less on his in-lap than his fast lap. He was thrown out of qualifying, started 22nd and finished 12th.

Andre Lotterer

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.13

Lotterer's weekend was a tale of incidents. He caused the incident that caused DS Techeetah team-mate Vergne and reigning champion Vergne. He then received a five second penalty for overtaking di Grassi under yellow flags, though the stewards acknowledged he made the move to avoid a collision because of an incident with another car. He started 14th and finished 13th.

Andre Lotterer

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.13

Lotterer's weekend was a tale of incidents. He caused the incident that caused DS Techeetah team-mate Vergne and reigning champion Vergne. He then received a five second penalty for overtaking di Grassi under yellow flags, though the stewards acknowledged he made the move to avoid a collision because of an incident with another car. He started 14th and finished 13th.

Andre Lotterer

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.13

Lotterer's weekend was a tale of incidents. He caused the incident that caused DS Techeetah team-mate Vergne and reigning champion Vergne. He then received a five second penalty for overtaking di Grassi under yellow flags, though the stewards acknowledged he made the move to avoid a collision because of an incident with another car. He started 14th and finished 13th.

Gary Paffett

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5

Paffett was the last classified finisher in the Santiago E-Prix in 14th place after eigth cars retired. He started in 16th place and made up two positions in the race. Much like the theme of Santiago, it was a quiet and unspectacular drive for the two-time DTM champion.

Gary Paffett

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5

Paffett was the last classified finisher in the Santiago E-Prix in 14th place after eigth cars retired. He started in 16th place and made up two positions in the race. Much like the theme of Santiago, it was a quiet and unspectacular drive for the two-time DTM champion.

Gary Paffett

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 5

Paffett was the last classified finisher in the Santiago E-Prix in 14th place after eigth cars retired. He started in 16th place and made up two positions in the race. Much like the theme of Santiago, it was a quiet and unspectacular drive for the two-time DTM champion.

Oliver Rowland

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 4.63

Rowland's Santiago E-Prix was one of the more eventful drives but for all the wrong reasons. He had an incident with Massa where the Brazilian hit the wall. Both drivers failed to finish the race, though Rowland's retirement was almost 20 laps later. He qualified in 13th place while his Nissan e.dams team-mate started from pole position.

Oliver Rowland

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 4.63

Rowland's Santiago E-Prix was one of the more eventful drives but for all the wrong reasons. He had an incident with Massa where the Brazilian hit the wall. Both drivers failed to finish the race, though Rowland's retirement was almost 20 laps later. He qualified in 13th place while his Nissan e.dams team-mate started from pole position.

Oliver Rowland

Highest rating: 5
Average rating: 4.63

Rowland's Santiago E-Prix was one of the more eventful drives but for all the wrong reasons. He had an incident with Massa where the Brazilian hit the wall. Both drivers failed to finish the race, though Rowland's retirement was almost 20 laps later. He qualified in 13th place while his Nissan e.dams team-mate started from pole position.

Antonio Felix da Costa

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Da Costa was one of the first six out in qualifying and it showed with the starting grid when he started in 17th place. He lasted about 23 laps during the race before retiring, his second retirement in two races after winning the season opener in Saudi Arabia. The pace of his BMW i Andretti Motorsport team will please the Portuguese driver even if results won't.

Antonio Felix da Costa

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Da Costa was one of the first six out in qualifying and it showed with the starting grid when he started in 17th place. He lasted about 23 laps during the race before retiring, his second retirement in two races after winning the season opener in Saudi Arabia. The pace of his BMW i Andretti Motorsport team will please the Portuguese driver even if results won't.

Antonio Felix da Costa

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Da Costa was one of the first six out in qualifying and it showed with the starting grid when he started in 17th place. He lasted about 23 laps during the race before retiring, his second retirement in two races after winning the season opener in Saudi Arabia. The pace of his BMW i Andretti Motorsport team will please the Portuguese driver even if results won't.

Jean-Eric Vergne

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.13

Vergne's championship season was built on consistency and two strong results in Saudi Arabia and Marrakesh suggested it would be another similar situation. But he was out in the opening qualifying group and he started towards the back before being spun around during the race. He retired later on in the race to compound a miserable weekend for Techeetah, who picked up no points.

Jean-Eric Vergne

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.13

Vergne's championship season was built on consistency and two strong results in Saudi Arabia and Marrakesh suggested it would be another similar situation. But he was out in the opening qualifying group and he started towards the back before being spun around during the race. He retired later on in the race to compound a miserable weekend for Techeetah, who picked up no points.

Jean-Eric Vergne

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.13

Vergne's championship season was built on consistency and two strong results in Saudi Arabia and Marrakesh suggested it would be another similar situation. But he was out in the opening qualifying group and he started towards the back before being spun around during the race. He retired later on in the race to compound a miserable weekend for Techeetah, who picked up no points.

Sebastien Buemi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.25

It might seem harsh for the polesitter and long-time race leader to be marked with a high of seven and an average of 6.25. But Buemi was slower than di Grassi in qualifying, and only started on pole thanks to di Grassi's technical infringement. He then crashed while in the lead of the race, although this has been put down to a software issue. It was a good performance from Buemi, but he was not the quickest in qualifying.

Sebastien Buemi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.25

It might seem harsh for the polesitter and long-time race leader to be marked with a high of seven and an average of 6.25. But Buemi was slower than di Grassi in qualifying, and only started on pole thanks to di Grassi's technical infringement. He then crashed while in the lead of the race, although this has been put down to a software issue. It was a good performance from Buemi, but he was not the quickest in qualifying.

Sebastien Buemi

Highest rating: 7
Average rating: 6.25

It might seem harsh for the polesitter and long-time race leader to be marked with a high of seven and an average of 6.25. But Buemi was slower than di Grassi in qualifying, and only started on pole thanks to di Grassi's technical infringement. He then crashed while in the lead of the race, although this has been put down to a software issue. It was a good performance from Buemi, but he was not the quickest in qualifying.

Stoffel Vandoorne

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

One day, Vandoorne will catch a break in motorsport. Santiago wasn't that day for the Belgian driver. He qualified well, qualifying in Super Pole Shootout for the first time (it was cancelled in Saudi Arabia) and running well into the points. He then ran wide, picked up some marbles and understeered into the wall at Turn 3. So close for Vandoorne, but so far. He has shown promising pace so far in FE.

Stoffel Vandoorne

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

One day, Vandoorne will catch a break in motorsport. Santiago wasn't that day for the Belgian driver. He qualified well, qualifying in Super Pole Shootout for the first time (it was cancelled in Saudi Arabia) and running well into the points. He then ran wide, picked up some marbles and understeered into the wall at Turn 3. So close for Vandoorne, but so far. He has shown promising pace so far in FE.

Stoffel Vandoorne

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 6

One day, Vandoorne will catch a break in motorsport. Santiago wasn't that day for the Belgian driver. He qualified well, qualifying in Super Pole Shootout for the first time (it was cancelled in Saudi Arabia) and running well into the points. He then ran wide, picked up some marbles and understeered into the wall at Turn 3. So close for Vandoorne, but so far. He has shown promising pace so far in FE.

Maximilian Guenther

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Guenther's weekend started in a bad way in FP1 when his car cut out multiple times. The issued seemed to be resolved and he started the race in seventh place. He was holding his own in a points scoring position but was forced to retire from the race after just 12 laps. A disappointing result for the young German but his pace in qualifying will please him.

Maximilian Guenther

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Guenther's weekend started in a bad way in FP1 when his car cut out multiple times. The issued seemed to be resolved and he started the race in seventh place. He was holding his own in a points scoring position but was forced to retire from the race after just 12 laps. A disappointing result for the young German but his pace in qualifying will please him.

Maximilian Guenther

Highest rating: 6
Average rating: 5.25

Guenther's weekend started in a bad way in FP1 when his car cut out multiple times. The issued seemed to be resolved and he started the race in seventh place. He was holding his own in a points scoring position but was forced to retire from the race after just 12 laps. A disappointing result for the young German but his pace in qualifying will please him.

Felipe Massa

Highest rating: 4
Average rating: 4

Massa's Santiago E-Prix was certainly eventful. He had a coming together with Guenther and Rowland in the opening laps and eventually picked up suspension damage, retiring on lap 12. Ninth placed was a good qualifying session for the Brazilian FE rookie but he'll be looking to score points sooner rather than later - particularly as his team-mate was fourth in Santiago...

Felipe Massa

Highest rating: 4
Average rating: 4

Massa's Santiago E-Prix was certainly eventful. He had a coming together with Guenther and Rowland in the opening laps and eventually picked up suspension damage, retiring on lap 12. Ninth placed was a good qualifying session for the Brazilian FE rookie but he'll be looking to score points sooner rather than later - particularly as his team-mate was fourth in Santiago...

Felipe Massa

Highest rating: 4
Average rating: 4

Massa's Santiago E-Prix was certainly eventful. He had a coming together with Guenther and Rowland in the opening laps and eventually picked up suspension damage, retiring on lap 12. Ninth placed was a good qualifying session for the Brazilian FE rookie but he'll be looking to score points sooner rather than later - particularly as his team-mate was fourth in Santiago...

Tom Dillmann

Highest rating: 3
Average rating: 3

Dillmann's weekend was not a good one. He was slowest in qualifying, although started 21st thanks to di Grassi's disqualification, and his race was over before it really began. He can only really be judged by his qualifying perfornance and he was 1.4seconds down on team-mate Turvey. He'll be looking to bounce back in Mexico.

Tom Dillmann

Highest rating: 3
Average rating: 3

Dillmann's weekend was not a good one. He was slowest in qualifying, although started 21st thanks to di Grassi's disqualification, and his race was over before it really began. He can only really be judged by his qualifying perfornance and he was 1.4seconds down on team-mate Turvey. He'll be looking to bounce back in Mexico.

Tom Dillmann

Highest rating: 3
Average rating: 3

Dillmann's weekend was not a good one. He was slowest in qualifying, although started 21st thanks to di Grassi's disqualification, and his race was over before it really began. He can only really be judged by his qualifying perfornance and he was 1.4seconds down on team-mate Turvey. He'll be looking to bounce back in Mexico.

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