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Stoffel Vandoorne wins Formula E title as Mercedes leaves the sport

Belgian finishes second in Seoul to wrap up the drivers’ championship. Mercedes picks up teams' title. Skip 7 photos in the image carousel and continue reading. Turn on Javascript to see all the available pictures. Stoffel Vandoorne has won the 2021/22 FIA Formula E World Championship after finishing second...
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Mercedes' Stoffel Vandoorne wins Formula E world title in Seoul

Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne won the Formula E title for the departing Mercedes team on Sunday as the electric motor racing championship wrapped up season eight with the 100th race of its history. The second of two E-prix in Seoul also ended an era for the FIA-sanctioned series, with season nine...
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Mercedes-EQ's Stoffel Vandoorne wins Formula E world championship

With a second-place finish in Formula E's 100th E-Prix today, Stoffel Vandoorne secured the Season 8 Formula E world championship. The Mercedes-EQ driver made it back-to-back trophies for the team in both the drivers' and the team championships as fellow Silver Arrows pilot Nyck de Vries was the defending series champ. While Vandoorne was no match for Round 16 winner Edoardo Mortara, a podium finish after a P4 qualifying effort was enough to hold off his lone championship challenger during the final race.

Formula E: Stoffel Vandoorne wins title for departing Mercedes team

Former F1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne clinched the Formula E title for the departing Mercedes team at the season's final race in South Korea on Sunday. Jaguar's Mitch Evans needed to win and hope Vandoorne finished no better than eighth but the Belgian made sure of the title by finishing second to Venturi's Edoardo Mortara in Seoul.

Former McLaren star Stoffel Vandoorne on finding a new home in Formula E as championship glory beckons

Four years after hitting the lowest of lows for any racing driver in single-seater motorsport, this weekend could – and in all likeliness should – see Belgian driver Stoffel Vandoorne grasp the biggest achievement of his career. That’s if, it should be said, winning Formula E ranks higher than competing for two years in Formula One at McLaren, ahead of the FE double-header finale starting tomorrow in Seoul.Reflecting on a period of turmoil and upheaval at McLaren, Vandoorne was catapulted into a team suddenly unable to compete regularly for points, and acknowledges that it was simply “wrong time, wrong place”...

Mercedes-EQ's Stoffel Vandoorne Tops the Podium in Monaco

Stoffel Vandoorne mastered the streets of Monte Carlo with a tactical drive to win the 2022 Monaco E-Prix Round 6 for Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team and take the ABB FIA Formula E Drivers' World Championship lead. The Belgian beat polesitter Mitch Evans (Jaguar TCS Racing) to the top step, while DS TECHEETAH's Jean-Éric Vergne came home third in front of more than 15,000 fans at the iconic home of motorsport.

Stoffel Vandoorne enjoys 'beast of a car' in first IndyCar test: 'Above all, I was happy'

It took Arrow McLaren SP's last rookie IndyCar test driver Nico Hulkenberg just over a week to decide that the longtime Formula 1 driver's first day in an Indy car would very likely be his last. Stoffel Vandoorne, the 29-year-old Belgian driver and the latest to land an IndyCar driver evaluation day with AMSP, says he has far more to think about after spending Monday behind the wheel of Pato O'Ward's No. 5 Chevy at Sebring International Raceway.