Jake Dennis takes victory on home-soil at the 2021 London e-Prix

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Jake Dennis catapults up to third in the Drivers’ standings of the 2020/2 Formula E World Championship after a dominant victory in round 12 at the London E-Prix

Despite retiring, Jaguar Racing’s Sam Bird continues to top the Drivers’ standings with 81 points

The race – launched by music’s rising superstar Raye and marking 100 days to go until COP 26 – thrilled under the ExCeL lights before BMW i Andretti’s Dennis was presented with his trophy by English model and actress Cara Delevingne

Nyck de Vries climbed through the pack after starting ninth on the grid to finish second bringing Mercedes-EQ back into contention for the Teams’ title

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Pole-sitter Alex Lynn picked up a second career podium finishing third. After challenging Dennis for the lead, a lock-up caused the Mahindra Racing driver to lose time before being overtaken by de Vries

Reigning champion António Félix da Costa of DS TECHEETAH finished eighth, closing the gap to within one point of Bird in the Drivers’ standings

The 2020/21 Formula E World Championship is back tomorrow, July 25 with FREE PRACTICE 3 at 08:00 BST

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