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FORMULA E 2020 CURRENT CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS

FORMULA E 2020 DRIVER STANDINGS

POSDRIVERPOINTS
1Antonio Felix da Costa158
2Stoffel Vandoorne87
3Jean-Eric Vergne86
4Sebastien Buemi84
5Oliver Rowland83
6Lucas di Grassi77
7Mitch Evans71
8Andre Lotterer71
9Maximilian Guenther69
10Sam Bird63
11Nyck de Vries60
12Robin Frijns58
13Alexander Sims49
14Edoardo Mortara41
15Rene Rast29
16Jerome d’Ambrosio19
17Alex Lynn16
18Pascal Wehrlein14
19James Calado10
20Neel Jani8
21Daniel Abt8
22Felipe Massa3
23Brendon Hartley2
24Oliver Turvey0
25Nico Muller0
26Ma Qinghua0
27Tom Blomqvist0
28Sergio Sette Camara0

FORMULA E 2020 TEAM STANDINGS

PosTeamPoints
1DS Techeetah244
2Nissan e.Dams167
3Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team147
4Envision Virgin Racing121
5BMW i Andretti Motorsport118
6Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler114
7Panasonic Jaguar Racing81
8TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team79
9Mahindra Racing49
10ROKiT Venturi Racing44
11Geox Dragon2
12NIO 333 FE Team0

FORMULA E 2020 STANDINGS – The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship follows a standard points system, used in other FIA-sanctioned series – awarding points to the top 10 drivers.

Antonio Felix da Costa’s dominant Drivers’ Championship triumph in the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship was recognised yesterday evening at the virtual FIA Prize-Giving. 

Formula E’s Nicki Shields and Le Mans 24 Hours legend Tom Kristensen fronted the event which celebrated the best of the action across the FIA’s motorsport championships in 2020, as well as their respective champions.

FIA President Jean Todt invited the winners along on behalf of the Senate and joint World Councils of the governing body to formally crown the title-winners.

Da Costa sealed the honours at Formula E’s unprecedented nine-day six-race season finale, after a record-equalling three-win streak between Round 5 in Marrakesh and Round 7 in Berlin as the Portugese flew out of the blocks at Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport.

That made it three back-to-back Drivers’ crowns and two Teams’ titles now for DS TECHEETAH and Da Costa returns with teammate and double champion Jean-Eric Vergne for Season 7 – Formula E’s first campaign as an FIA World Championship.

“A massive thank you to everyone for their support this year,” said Da Costa. “To my team on and off the race-track, you guys are amazing. I will never take these moments for granted. I know how much hard work has to be put in for these glory days to come by.

“Thank you also to the FIA, Jean Todt and the safety team for putting on great championships and great racing for us all, and for looking after us.

“Lastly, to my opponents: thank you for pushing me. Here’s to many more hard but fair fights and many happy returns over the festive season to everybody!”

“2020 has been an unprecedented year and it’s remarkable to be here and to be able to honour our champions,” said FIA President Jean Todt. “Unfortunately, they cannot be with us in person tonight, but the most important thing is that, through creativity and resourcefulness, we have been able to organize championships – and we have champions to celebrate. I would like to pay credit to all those who made it possible.”

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