Lucas Di Grassi once again finished in the top of the podium in an FIA Formula E race at Paris. The Brazilian dominated the race in front local Jean-Éric Vergne and Swiss Sébastien Buemi.

The Paris ePrix presented a lot of problems before the start with a low tyres temperature and a long warm up zone. That may have help Lucas Di Grassi (ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport) at the start where the Brazilian overtook Sam Bird (DS Virgin) for the lead of the race, a position that he didn’t lose in any moment to take his second win in a row and the lead of the championship by 11 points over Buemi.

The Renault e.Dams driver after a poor qualifying, put himself on seventh position at the start. Then Swiss driver managed to overtook Oliver Turvey (NEXTEV TCR) and Stéphane Sarrazin (Venturi Racing) for a fifth place before the pits.

When they returned from the pits, Buemi overtook his team mate, Nicolas Prost for fourth position. Then catch the DS Virgin of Sam Bird who made a mistake and lost the podium to finish in a final sixth place.

Parisian Jean-Éric Vergne finished second after a great start where he overtook his team mate Sam Bird. Stéphane Sarrazin finished fifth, as last year cars technology of Robin Frijns (Andretti Autosport) and António Félix da Costa (Team Aguri) finished seventh and eight respectively.

Bruno Senna (Mahindra Racing) and Daniel Abt (ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport) completes the top 10. Nick Heidfeld (Mahindra) set the fastest lap and receives the two points for that.

Ma Qing Hua (Team Aguri) who made his debut today has crashed with 5 laps remaining. He’s okay but the race had to finish under safety car.

Di Grassi as we said is leading the championship by 11 points over Buemi. Bird who made another mistake is very far from them with only 82 points, 44 point behind the Brazilian.

Next ePrix will be held at Germany, at Berlin in a different layout than the prior race there.