Tennis win in London, D.S. Dechita leads the championship

Tennis win in London, D.S.  Dechita leads the championship

Jack Tennis competed in the twelfth round of the 2021 Formula E World Championships on Saturday at his BMW, London’s new urban setting. The British driver won his second win of the season at home after Valencia in April. The decision allowed him to make a leap in the championship stages: he is now in third place, two points behind his teammate Sam Baird (81 to 79), forced to retire in the first round after the clash, and at one point in Antonio’s Da Costa (80).

D.S. Dechita passes the Virgin

The levels of the general classification are even tighter because the Dutchman Nike de Vries, who finally finds the podium (2nd), is only four points behind the bird (fourth with 77 points) after three white results in his Mercedes. Da Costa’s four points in 8th place, which disqualified Sebastian Boomer (5th) for overuse of energy on his Nissan, were important because they were scored by French team D.S. Two points are present in the manufacturer’s positions and seven over Jaguar (3rd) as it allows the Virgin to capture the tacit.

Saturday marks the start of Race 1 of the London e-Brix. (Sam Blocksham)

Alex Thompson (Hugo Boss)’s 60-foot Wendy Globe sails on the banks of the Thames, with a long paragraph inside the Excel Exhibition Center on the banks of the Thames, in the old docks of East London. Alex also overtook Lynn.

Jean-Eric Vergne, his D.S. He stopped for ten seconds for changing the inverter in Texita (16th) and was fined on Saturday, admitting no reason to championship champion Sam Byrd (13 points, 68 points). But he lost three seats and the number of species – three _ decreases to move the general classification …

The second French driver, Norman NATO (Venturi), had to stop on the last lap, practically at the 6th speed and very close to the finish on points (10th), using more than the approved electric power.

Next round, in London on Sunday. Departure at 3pm (live on L’Équipe Channel).

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