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Stoffel VANDOORNE critical of FORMULA E: It all turned out very AMATEUR

Stoffel Vandoorne was on the verge of winning the second Formula E race in London, but had to resign after a collision with Oliver Rowland and an incident with Lucas di Grassi.

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Former racer Formula 1 says he had good feelings during the race itself: “In the end, I felt cheated, to be fair. Things like that hurt, ” he told Motorsport.com and added: “I led and had everything under control. All of a sudden, there was a case with di Grassi, which confused us all, but it's not all our fault for what happened to Oliver. "

"Formula E didn't make a commercial with this race," is convinced Vandoornewhich adds: “It all turned out pretty amateurish. Parts of the racing cars were lying all over the track and it looked like we were driving cars in an amusement park. ”

Lucas Di Grassi took the lead in the race by driving through the pits in the safety car phase. He was also the first to cross the finish line, but was eventually disqualified.

He is currently Vandoorn’s leading teammate in the Formula E Championship Nyck de Vries (Mercedes), followed by a compatriot Robin Frijns, which is six points behind, Vandoorne is in 63rd place with XNUMX points.

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