Brazil’s Lucas di Grassi won a dramatic Mexico Metropolis System E-Prix after overtaking Pascal Wehrlein metres sooner than the attain line.
Mahindra Racing’s Wehrlein led for vast sessions nonetheless ran out of energy on the remaining nook as Audi driver Di Grassi, 34, edged past on the internal.
A five-second penalty supposed German Wehrlein used to be demoted to sixth.
BMW’s Antonio Felix da Costa accomplished second and Venturi’s Edoardo Mortara third.
Fourth-placed Jerome D’Ambrosio of Mahindra Racing retained his total lead in the Championship, while Da Costa climbed to second at the expense of Briton Sam Chicken, who used to be ninth in Mexico Metropolis.
Feeble System 1 driver Nelson Piquet Jr crashed into the barriers after colliding with defending champion Jean Eric Vergne early in the elope.