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Cassidy second in Berlin, extends lead

Nick Cassidy Formula E motorsport
New Zealand's Nick Cassidy has extended his lead in the Formula E drivers championship. PHOTO: JAGUAR TCS

New Zealand driver Nick Cassidy has extended his lead at the top of the Formula E season Championship, although he couldn't quite emulate his win from 24 hours earlier.

Cassidy was second to Antonio Felix da Costa in the Round 10 race, but stretched his lead in the championship to 16 points.


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The Aucklander couldn't quite pull in the Portuguese driver on the track at Berlin's old Tempelhof airport, after passing Britain's Oliver Rowland with two laps to go.

Cassidy also set the fastest lap of the race after winning the first race of the round.

Porsche's Pascal Wehrlein, Cassidy's closest championship rival, was fourth with reigning champion and pole-sitter Jake Dennis fifth for Andretti and New Zealand's Mitch Evans sixth for leaders Jaguar.

Cassidy has 140 championship points followed by Wehrlein on 124 and Rowland 118.

Jake Dennis is fourth on 102 points and Evans fifth overall with 98.

Mitch Evans finished in sixth and is fifth overall.

The next round is May 25-26 in Shanghai.


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