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Source: BMW group Munich. Maximilian Günther (GER) managed to two Wins at the start of the season in the third race of the “FIG Formula E Race at Home Challenge” on the Podium. As a third party on the virtual course in Monaco, the BMW i, Andretti Motorsport driver gained 15 points and leads with 65 points still the overall standings. Alexander Sims (GBR) finished the race in Twelfth place. In the Challenge Grid Race Team Redline driver Kevin Siggy (SLO) celebrated iFE in the BMW.20 his first victory of the Season and, like Günther in the drivers ‘ standings in leadership. In Qualifying for the race of formula-E-driver Günther had to settle for sixth place. Right after a turbulent Start, he was able to improve on the third place he defended until the finish. The victory this time went to Pascal Wehrlein (GER, Mahindra). In the drivers ‘ championship, Günther has with 65 points, 21-point advantage on Wehrlein. For Sims, it ran in 20th place in the Qualifying round, also is not optimal, it a race to catch up to the twelfth, however, was in the race also.

In the Challenge Grid Race, in the Sim-Racer and a Guest rider to compete, took the Team Redline driver, Siggy, as a representative of BMW i, Andretti Motorsport its first win of the Season. From the pole position, he controlled the race masterfully, and expanded his lead in the overall standings of the Challenge Grids. For Siggy, it was like bill was the third podium in the third race. In addition, the fastest lap of the race, he managed to. Charlie Martin (GBR) was eliminated in the second BMW iFE.20 early.

Responses to Round 3:

Maximilian Günther (# 28 BMW iFE.20, race result: 3rd place, overall rating: 65 points): “It was a good chase from sixth on the grid. I think with third place I made the best of the situation and got important points for the overall ranking. It didn’t go well in qualifying. It was incredibly tight and I think I could have reached pole position if I hadn’t made a small mistake in my lap. I got off to a good start in the race and was able to make up three places in turn one on the outside track. All in all a good day. “

Alexander Sims (# 27 BMW iFE.20, race result: 12th place, overall rating: 1 point): “It was a lot of fun. Unfortunately, this time in qualifying I didn’t get my lap times from training and had to start from 20th place. But then I had a spotlessly clean first lap without any damage to the car, which was extremely important. Later in the race I had a very nice duel with Felipe Massa – that was cool and really sweaty. Overall, twelfth place is a good result. “Kevin Siggy (# 28 BMW iFE.20, Team Redline, race result Challenge Grid: 1st place, overall rating: 61 points):” I am very happy with my first win of the season and the lead in the Appreciation. My qualifying was good, but I was even faster in practice. This qualifying format with just one lap is really annoying. You always lose a little time. For me at the start it was about defending the lead and surviving the first few corners. It worked really well and I was able to get a head start. ”


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