RESULTS: Qualifying for the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix

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RESULTS: Qualifying for the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix

In a crazy qualifying in Tokyo, here's who starts where for the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix later today.


Nissan and Oliver Rowland made history in Japan, as the home team achieved the Julius Baer Pole Position for the second time this season. The session, which saw the Duels filled with eight drivers from eight different teams, was not short of drama and set up the grid brilliantly for the inaugural Tokyo E-Prix later today. 

QUALIFYING REPORT: Rowland surges to home pole for Nissan in Tokyo 

Rowland was just 0.021s ahead of the Maserati MSG Racing of Maximilian Guenther in the Finals, as big names like Championship leader Nick Cassidy will start down in 19th after having his lap time deleted for a technical infraction.

The all-new Tokyo circuit proved to be a proper challenge for the drivers with drifts, jumps and car control at the fore - it was a real spectacle. 

SCHEDULE: Where, when and how to watch or stream the 2024 Tokyo E-Prix Round 5

Round 5 is up next at 15:00 local/06:00 UTC.

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