Lotterer: Wehrlein deserved Porsche's first win in Mexico

With Porsche running first and second after wresting control of the race at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, Lotterer was asked not to challenge Wehrlein for the lead to preserve a 1-2 finish. As a result, Wehrlein finally claimed victory in Mexico after two previous occasions in which he lost victory:...
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Wehrlein: Porsche planned extra lap in Mexico City E-Prix

Wehrlein crossed the line for the 39th lap of the race with two seconds to spare before the timer elapsed, adding an extra lap on to the overall duration – which Porsche was able to cope with to secure a 1-2 finish to conclude its first FE victory in style.
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Mexico City E-Prix: Wehrlein beats Lotterer in Porsche 1-2

Wehrlein had a difficult road to convert his pole position into victory, as Porsche elected to start saving energy early on in the race, losing the lead to championship leader Edoardo Mortara as the Venturi driver grabbed an excellent drive out of the Peraltada to clear the German at Turn 1.

Mexico City E-Prix: Wehrlein beats sliding Mortara to pole

Mortara began the final duel with a slight advantage over Wehrlein, and managed to stay ahead in the sectors despite getting a little loose in the Foro Sol stadium section. But as he powered through the Peraltada to cross the line, Mortara lost control of his car and drifted across the line, losing a quarter of a second to Wehrlein - who kept it clean to secure his third Formula E pole.

Diriyah E-Prix: Wehrlein tops final practice, Cassidy shunts

The Porsche driver posted a 1m07.215s within an added 10 minutes at the end of the session, leaping ahead of two-time FE champion Jean-Eric Vergne to take control of the session. At the start of the session Wehrlein's teammate Andre Lotterer was the first to bring the times into the...