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The 2020 CBMM Niobium Mexico City kicked off the Formula E Predictor with some thrilling action, but which drivers would have given players a perfect score?
Panasonic Jaguar Racing's Mitch Evans stormed to victory in the 2020 CBMM Niobium Mexico City E-Prix. Starting in second the Kiwi driver dived into the first turn and didn't look back, eventually winning the race by a commanding 4.2 seconds.
It was TAG Heuer Porsche's first appearance in Super Pole and the legendary German marque would score their first Julius Baer Pole Position courtesy of Andre Lotterer. The experienced German hooked it up and clocked an impressive 1: 07.922 second lap.
Alexander Sims drove a mostly unassuming race in Mexico City, starting the race down the order in 18th position. The BMW i Andretti Motorsport secured the fastest lap bonus point as he climbed through the field to finish in fifth, keeping his championship hopes alive.
Oliver Rowland leapt at the chance for the extra power boost taking the first ATTACK MODE in Mexico City. After a difficult time in last season's race, the Nissan e.dams driver left Mexico with seventh place, logging some important points in the championship table.
The 2020 CBMM Niobium Mexico City was a race of attrition with eight non-finishes and two disqualifications, and despite finishing in 14th position TAG Heuer Porsche's was the last race finisher in Mexico City.
Scoring 40 points out of a potential 60, Bruce Lok from Hong Kong won the first round of the Formula E Predictor from the 2020 CBMM Niobium Mexico City.
An avid fan since Formula E's beginning, Bruce joined Mitch Evans victory celebrations after correctly predicting Jaguar driver's win in Mexico, along with Rowland being the first ATTACK MODE and Jani's struggles as the last race finisher. Bruce's technique for success was to follow the practice sessions whilst factoring the results from the 2019/20 season so far.
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