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Track Facts

Race 1 Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia
Race 2 Marrakesh, Morocco
Race 3 Santiago, Chile
Race 4 Mexico City, Mexico
Race 5 Hong Kong, China
Race 6 Sanya, China
Race 7 Rome, Italy
Race 8 Paris, France
Race 9 Monaco, Monaco
Race 10 Berlin, Germany
Race 11 Bern, Switzerland
Race 12 New York City, United States
Race 13 New York City, United States

Specs

Race Winner
Antonio Felix Da Costa, #28
Length
2.495km
# of Turns
21
Lap Record
1:12:591

2018 Saudia Ad Diriyah E-Prix

Antonio Felix da Costa opened the season with a thrilling victory as he fended off several challengers down the stretch. It was da Costa’s second career Formula E victory and put him atop the season-long points race. Alexander Sims finished 18th and gained a lot of experience in his first race with the team.

Race Winner
Jerome D’Ambrosio, #64, Mahindra Racing Team
Length
2.99km
# of Turns
12
Lap Record
1:20.296

Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan

Leading the race Antonio Felix Da Costa and teammate Alexander Sims were setup to bring home the first two places for the team. But with less than 10-minutes left of the race, Sims on the tail of Da Costa pulled alongside into the braking zone of Turn 7 to take the lead, which caused both drivers to lockup. Da Costa crashed into the wall and Sims was able to make a quick recovery to finish in fourth place.

Race Winner
Sam Bird, #2, Envision Virgin Racing
# of Turns
14
Lap Record
1:11:263

Parque O'Higgins

As the Santiago heat blazed down on the track at 99 degree Fahrenheit, both drivers did not start with strong pole position, Alexander Sims P8 and Antonio Felix Da Costa P17. As Da Costa was fighting his way to the front, he took a blow to his rear-left tire causing too much damage, so he could not finish the race. Sims however, did not let the heat get to him and took over the P3 with fourteen minutes left of the race where he crossed the finish line, but due to a penalty where Sims pushed a driver around a turn his final score was P7.

Race Winner
Lucas Di Grassi, #11, Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Length
2.093km
# of Turns
17
Lap Record
1:01.112

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez

A heart pounding finish in 2nd place for Antonio Felix da Costa, thanks to Fanboost and excellent energy management from the BMW I Andretti Motorsport team. Sims who started in seventh grid position, was hit and crashed into the barrier at the beginning of the race resulting in a pit stop to change the front bodywork pushing him back in the lineup, but after a good fight finished in 14th place.

Race Winner
Edoardo Mortara, #48, Venturi Formula E Team
Length
1.850km
# of Turns
10
Lap Record
1:02.317

Hong Kong Central Harbourfront Circuit

A tough race for all drivers at the Hong Kong E-Prix with very wet conditions causing each driver to fight to keep their car on the track. The qualifying rounds were not ideal for either BMW I Andretti Motorsport driver, putting Alexander Sims in P13 and Antonio Felix da Costa in P20. The slick conditions resulted in several safety car and red flags due to several spin outs and crashes. One collision took out Sims causing him not to finish. Da Costa put up a good fight and fought his way to finish P10 after sliding around the track.

Race Winner
Jean-Eric Vergne, #25, DS Techeetah Formula E Team
Length
2.236km
# of Turns
11
Lap Record
1:09.965

FWD Sanya E-Prix

A great start for the BMW I Andretti Motorsport team with both drivers in the Super Pole. Antonio Felix Da Costa starting the race P3 and Alexander Sims P6. After both being front runners and defensively holding their positions the first half of the race, Sims was in a head-to-head duel with Andre Lotterer causing sims to slide into the barriers damaging his car where he had to retire from the race. Da Costa kept his cool and held P3 where he finished the race.

Race Winner
Mitch Evans, #20, Panasonic Jaguar Racing
Length
2.84km
# of Turns
21
Lap Record
1:31.016

Circuito Cittadino Dell’EUR

Antonio Felix Da Costa the overall leader for the season, earns the team points finishing ninth but dropped to second place overall. After technical difficulties and not being able to race during qualifying Alexander Sims started last on the grid in P22. Sims was able to fight forward to finish P17. Congrats to Mitch Evans on his victory!

Race Winner
Robin Frijns, #4, Envision Virgin Racing
Length
1.9km
# of Turns
14
Lap Record
1:02.780

Circuit Des Invalides

The race kicked off with extremely wet conditions that lead to several turbulent phases throughout the race including three full yellow courses flags due to accidents. Alexander Sims raced for about 22 minutes before having to retire early. On wet surfaces, Oliver Rowland (GBR, Nissan) rear-ended Sims entering a corner and resulted him turning sharply into the crash barriers. The BMW iFE.18 was too badly to continue the race. After this difficult news, Antonio Felix Da Costs who started P14, pushed to finish in P7 scoring important points for the BMW I Andretti Motorsport team keeping them overall in fifth place standing.

Race Winner
Jean-Eric Vergne, #25, DS Techeetah Formula E Team
Length
3.34km
# of Turns
19
Lap Record
52.385

Monaco ePrix

Antonio da Costa crossed the finish line in sixth place, but quickly had that standing stripped away due to a rule infringement. Da Costa accidentally switched to the higher power mode by grabbing onto the steering wheel after contacting Mitch Evans, giving him this penalty to disqualifying him. Alexander Sims performed well looking to score in the top ten, but had a collision with Robin Frijns causing him to spin out and finish P15.

Race Winner
Lucas Di Grassi, #11, Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler
Length
2.375km
# of Turns
10
Lap Record
1:09.357

Flughafen Tempelhof

An exciting race at the Tempelhof Airport filled with many battles and overtaking maneuvers. BMW i Andretti Motorsport drivers both brought home points at the home race. Antonio Felix da Costa crossed the line fourth and Alexander Sims pushed forward from eleventh to finish seventh.

Race Winner
Jean-Eric Vergne, #25, DS Techeetah Formula E Team
Length
2.750km
# of Turns
14
Lap Record
1:21.240

The Swiss E-Prix 2019 race track

The BMW i Andretti Motorsport team was unable to bring in points at the final Europe race this season in Bern, Switzerland. With not a strong grid start, Alexander Sims started in P17 and Antonio Felix da Costa started in P20. But after a crash both drivers worked their way up in position with Sims finishing P12 and da Costa P14.

Race Winner
Sebastein Buemi, #23, Nissan E.Dams
Length
2.373km
# of Turns
14
Lap Record
1:12.063

Brooklyn Circuit

An exciting weekend for the BMW i Andretti Motorsport team where driver Antonio Felix Da Costa took P3 and team-mate Alexander Sims followed in P4. The two were able to avoid several collisions throughout the race and stay cool under the pressure as the New York city temperatures hit record highs for the day.

Race Winner
Robin Frijns, #4, Envision Virgin Racing
Length
2.373km
# of Turns
14
Lap Record
1.11.305

Brooklyn Circuit

An adrenaline pumping season finisher at the Brooklyn circuit as BMW i Andretti Motorsport takes another podium! Driver Alexander Sims led the way starting the race in first pole position and defended the first place until lap 18. Sims finished in P2 and Antonio Felix Da Costa push forward to finish in P9. The team ends the season with a fifth place overall for the season and a total of five podium finishes.

Leaderboard E-PRIX RACE RESULTS
NEW YORK
Position TEAM NAME & DRIVER TIME (2018 – 2019)
Schedule 2018-2019
Position LOCATION & DATE STATUS

Team Standings

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POINTS

Drivers

#28

ANTONIO FELIX DA COSTA

Karting since the age of nine, this season marks his fifth-year racing in Formula E, making this almost as long as his full name: Antonio Maria de Mello Breyner Felix da Costa.

DRIVER STATS
DOB
30/08/1991
LIVES
Portugal
CAR #
28
WINS
1
PODIUMS
4
POLES
1
POINTS
99
FRONT ROWS
1
FASTEST LAPS
1
RACED KM
1036
LED RACES
2
LED LAPS
39
LED KM
105
car FOLLOW @afelixdacosta
#27

ALEXANDER SIMS

With a personal passion for electric cars and renewable energy, Alexander was one of the first people to drive the Gen1 Formula E Car before the championship started in 2014.

DRIVER STATS
DOB
14/03/1988
LIVES
U.K.
CAR #
27
WINS
0
PODIUMS
1
POLES
1
POINTS
57
FRONT ROWS
1
FASTEST LAPS
0
RACED KM
982
LED RACES
1
LED LAPS
16
LED KM
37
car FOLLOW @AlexanderSims

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