|2020 Santiago E-Prix|
The Parque O'Higgins Circuit was updated for 2020.
|Date||18 January 2020|
|Official Name||2020 Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix|
|Location||Parque O'Higgins Circuit, O'Higgins Park, Santiago, Chile|
|Lap length||2.287 km (1.421 mi)|
|Distance||40 laps / 91.480 km (56.843 mi)|
|Pole Sitter||Mitch Evans|
|Team||Envision Virgin Racing|
|Fastest Lap||1:07.535 on lap 22|
|Maximilian Günther||António Félix da Costa||Mitch Evans|
|Winner Team||BMW i Andretti Motorsport|
|2019 Diriyah E-Prix II||2020 Mexico City E-Prix|
The 2020 Santiago E-Prix, otherwise officially known as the 2020 Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix, was the third round of the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, staged at the Parque O'Higgins Circuit in Santiago, Chile, on 18 January 2020. The race was held in spite of widespread discontent in the Chilean city, which had seen several months of protests after a change in national laws, although the political situation had calmed prior to the race.
Qualifying for the Santiago E-Prix saw Mitch Evans sweep to a dominate pole position, beating Maximilian Günther of Andretti-BMW by over a quarter of a second. Pascal Wehrlein and Felipe Massa would share the second row, while Oliver Turvey caused a stir by getting the NIO through to Super Pole, and beating 2015/16 Champion Sébastien Buemi.
The race itself came amid huge heat, meaning battery temperatures were the main concern with many teams predicting that it would be a tight finish to the race in terms of energy and temps. Regardless, all 24 drivers would line-up on the grid for the start, with hasty repairs for Ma Qing Hua and Oliver Rowland completed after heavy accidents in qualifying and practice.
The start of the race saw Evans ease into an early lead, leaving Günther, on the dirty side of the grid, to defend from Wehrlein. Ultimately the elder German would ease his Mahindra ahead of the BMW through turns one and two, with an otherwise clean start further down.
The opening laps proved fairly tame, although Alexander Sims caused a stir with a series of overtakes, albeit at the cost of his front wing structure. He would, however, cause the only FCY of the race when he stopped on track on lap six, which lasted just twenty seconds.
The race resumed just in time for Rowland to pitch Sam Bird into a spin, dumping the Virgin to the back of the field, while Rowland's front wing disintegrated on the start/finish straight. Out front, meanwhile, Evans would use both of his Attack Modes in the opening fifteen minutes, while Günther briefly dropped behind Mortara.
Indeed, Günther would show the power of Attack Mode, blasting past Mortara before cruising past Wehrlein before either could respond. With that he was clear to hunt down and pass Evans, who was left to rue his two early AM uses, as behind Mortara and teammate Felipe Massa came to physical blows.
The inter-Venturi battle moved the two DS Techeetahs up the field, with Jean-Éric Vergne and António Félix da Costa working together to move through the field. However, that team work would only last until Vergne suffered a front bodywork failure after leading da Costa past Wehrlein, with the Frenchman moving across desperately to block his teammate.
Yet, the damage to his front wing would eventually tell, with Vergne deciding to retire as the bodywork rubbed badly on his tyre. That released da Costa to hunt down the leaders, taking Evans with ease before setting a series of stunning laps to catch Evans with a handful of laps to go.
Into the final laps and da Costa barged past Günther at turn ten for the lead, only for his engineers to radio him to ease his pace with battery temperatures alarmingly high, a trend that was being shared throughout the field. That gave Günther hope of revenge, and as the duo came charging through turn eight for the final time on the final lap, the German youngster swept ahead of the DS Techeetah.
That, ultimately, decided the race, with Günther sweeping home to claim his maiden victory and podium finish. da Costa was a frustrated second, two seconds down, while behind Nyck de Vries elbowed his way past Evans out of the final corner, only to be slapped with a five second time penalty. Evans hence claimed third ahead of Wehrlein, de Vries was dumped to fifth, while Stoffel Vandoorne, Lucas di Grassi, James Calado, Massa and Bird emerged through the late chaos to complete the points scorers.
The 2019/20 edition of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship was set to arrive in Santiago, Chile for its third round of the season, with the Chilean capital hosting its annual FE race on 18 January 2020. Once again backed by industrial giants Antofagasta Minerals, the E-Prix would be staged on a revised version of the Parque O'Higgins Circuit, which had been modified to appease drivers after criticism in 2019. These changes saw the elimination of the chicane on the loop, a reversal of the hairpins at the end of the lap, and a re-profiled first corner.
Ahead of the Santiago E-Prix of 2020 there would be news regarding the 2020/21 edition of the FE Championship, with a meeting of the World Motor Sport Council approving a significant development for the series. After several months of investigation and negotiation with the FIA, Formula E Holdings had signed a deal with the organising body to get the Formula E Championship sanctioned as a World Championship, effectively ensuring the series had equal status with Formula One and the World Endurance Championship. As such, the 2020/21 season would be the first FE season to be classified as a World Championship, with a global schedule and entries from multiple manufacturers fulfilling the FIA's criteria.
Elsewhere the WMSC meeting in December 2019 would also discuss the series plans for the 2022/23 season and beyond, outlining the FIA's plan for the "Generation 3" version of the rulebook. The main concept changes would include an increase in power to 450 kW, the introduction of re-gen on the front axle, and the implementation of fast-charging. The latter of these changes had been the topic of debate for the series for over a year, and had an ambitious target of 30 seconds for a charge during a pitstop.
Furthermore, the proposed increase in overall performance of the "Gen 3" cars would mean that the FE series would have to race on "FIA Grade 2" circuits, due to the kinetic forces the new car would produce. As such the new plans also included a provision to revise current FE circuits, and to check even further increases in power out-put and performance increase. Tenders for the new design, including the base chassis, battery supplier and tyres, were to be released in January 2020, while the winners were set to be announced in June 2020.
Victory in the previous race in Diriyah had put Alexander Sims at the head of the early Championship table, with 35 points to his name. Stoffel Vandoorne arrived in Chile in second, five off the lead, while 2019 Diriyah E-Prix I winner Sam Bird had slipped to third having failed to score in the second Saudi race. Oliver Rowland and Lucas di Grassi were next, with di Grassi level on eighteen points with André Lotterer, with sixteen drivers having scored in the opening two rounds.
In the Teams Championship it was Mercedes who had been shuffled to the head of the pack in Diriyah, having left their debut weekend on 38 points. They hence led series veterans Envision Virgin Racing by two points, in spite of the British squad failing to score at all in the second race, with a further point back to BMW-Andretti. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler and Nissan e.Dams then completed the top five, with everyone bar NIO having registered their first points of the campaign in the opening two races.
The full entry list for the 2020 Santiago E-Prix is displayed below:
Qualifying for the 2020 Santiago E-Prix would be conducted in FE's standard format, with the field split into four groups of six cars, based on Championship position. The first group would feature those in the top six in the Championship and so on, with each group getting six minutes on track to set a full 250 kW lap. The top six overall would then progress to the Super Pole shootout, getting one final lap at full power to try and claim pole position.
After the session a point would be handed to the fastest driver in the Group Stage, while three were to be awarded to the winner of Super Pole.
The opening group of the day would feature those in the top six in the Championship, and hence would be headlined by Alexander Sims, hunting his fourth pole position in a row. Joining him would be former Champion Lucas di Grassi of Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler, as well as the first of the customer Audis piloted by Sam Bird. Oliver Rowland would also feature for Nissan e.Dams as would Stoffel Vandoorne and André Lotterer, representing new manufacturers Mercedes and Porsche respectively.
First out onto the circuit would be Lotterer in the #36 Porsche, joined swiftly by Sims in the BMW-Andretti, the only two drivers of the group opting to complete a warm-up lap. The rest of the sextet would remain in the pitlane, believing that the high temperatures would mean they did not have to complete a full warm-up lap at 200 kw/h. They hence emerged together with a minute and a half to go, just as Lotterer and Sims opened their full power laps.
Lotterer was the first to record a time, completing a clean effort to go fastest with a 1:05.801, while Sims crossed the line a surprise second, a tenth and a half off. However, both would be beaten by Vandoorne a few moments later, the Belgian ace setting the fastest time of the group at 1:05.566, while Bird made a mess of his final sector to go fourth for Envision Virgin. Behind, Rowland's effort came to an end when he smashed into the barriers at turn five, a tank slapper the cause, while di Grassi was caught out on the dust braking for turn nine and slid partially down an escape road, destroying his effort.
The second sextet would see those placed seventh to twelfth in the Championship after the 2019 Diriyah E-Prix II hit the circuit, with defending Champion Jean-Éric Vergne headlining the group for DS Techeetah. The Frenchman would be joined on track by the two Dutchmen in the field, namely Nyck de Vries of Mercedes and Robin Frijns of Virgin, as well as Edoardo Mortara in the first of the ROKiT Venturi Mercedes. Daniel Abt was also set to venture out in the second of the factory Audis, while James Calado would lead the Jaguar charge in the #51 car.
Like the first group only two drivers would opt to complete a sighting lap at 200 kw/h, with Calado leading Abt onto the circuit, although they would swap positions during their warm-ups. The rest would come out of the pitlane together, and in typical FE style, would all jostle for position prior to their flying laps, resulting in all six being in danger of missing out on starting their laps. Indeed, Abt and Calado ultimately found themselves at the back of the queue, with Calado just managing to cross the start/finish line to start his flying lap with a second to spare.
The result shuffle left de Vries at the head of the pack, with the Dutchman duly delivering a strong lap to go fastest, beating teammate Vandoorne from group one. Vergne followed him across the line but could only manage third, while Mortara pulled out a stunning lap to go fastest overall, despite having to pass Frijns at turn three. The #4 Virgin pilot had ruined his lap almost instantly by sliding wide at turn three, and hence fell two seconds off the pace, while Abt and Calado had scruffy laps to slot into fifth and ninth respectively.
Group three saw those positioned thirteenth to eighteenth in the Championship take to the circuit, with several Super Pole contenders among them as a result of potential track evolution. Among the favourites of the sextet would be Maximilian Günther in the #28 BMW-Andretti, as was António Félix da Costa in the #13 DS Techeetah. 2018/19 pole sitters Pascal Wehrlein of Mahindra Racing and Mitch Evans of Jaguar were also major Super Pole threats, as was Jérôme d'Ambrosio in the second Mahindra, while Brendon Hartley of GEOX DRAGON was hoping for a trouble free run.
Once again only two drivers would opt to complete warm-ups, with Günther leading Evans onto the circuit with a lot of time to spare, attempting to avoid a repeat of what happened in group two. Evans later managed to jump Günther to lead the charge across the line, and duly delivered a stunning lap to go fastest, recording a 1:04.941, the first (and ultimately only) lap of the group stage in the 1:04.000s. Günther set an equally strong lap, but small mistakes in sector three ensured that the German youth slotted in just behind the New Zealander at the head of the overall order.
Behind the rest of the group gave themselves enough room to complete their laps without compromising each other, although that proved of little consolation for Hartley, who could only muster eleventh in the Dragon. He was chased across the line by da Costa, although a rather mediocre lap from the Portuguese ace would only get him into sixth, knocking teammate Vergne out of Super Pole. Wehrlein was next and duly knocked da Costa out with a strong run to third, while d'Ambrosio in the sister Mahindra had an OK lap ruined by a driveshaft failure exiting the final corner, leaving him at the back of the field.
The final group of the session featured six pointless drivers, although that did not mean they should have been ruled out as Super Pole contenders, particularly given the pedigree of several of the group's members. Quali-ace and former Champion Sébastien Buemi was arguably the standout name, joined on track by ex-F1 ace Felipe Massa in the #19 Venturi-Mercedes. Neel Jani would join them in the last of the factory Porsches, Nico Müller would venture out in the #7 Dragon, while the two NIOs of Oliver Turvey and Ma Qing Hua were set to be little more than "also-rans".
The sextet would become a quintet long before the session, however, as Ma's car was unable to repaired in time for qualifying after a heavy accident in second practice. He hence sat out as Jani led Buemi and Turvey onto the circuit to start warm-up laps at 200 kw/h, while Massa and Müller waited in the pits, opting to go straight to their flyers. They duly ventured out ahead of the "sweepers", and hence were the first two drivers in the group to complete their full power laps.
Müller was the first to set his time, although poor first and third sectors left the the Swiss racer in fifteenth overall, moments before Massa went third for Venturi. Buemi was next having passed Jani during their warm-up laps, and duly streaked into Super Pole with a 1:05.390, putting him third overall. Jani himself simply lacked overall pace and so had to settle for eleventh, before Turvey stunned the entire paddock by getting the NIO into fifth, knocking Mortara out of Super Pole.
Evans, Günther, Buemi, Massa, Turvey and Wehrlein would be the six drivers to make it into Super Pole, three from group three and three from group four. Wehrlein was the first to set a time in Super Pole, with a clean effort setting a benchmark of 1:05.645, which quickly proved to be a strong time. Indeed, Turvey would lose out to the German racer in both the first and second sectors, so much so that an impressive third sector was not enough to get him ahead of the Mahindra.
Next out was Massa, and once again the Brazilian ace would be unable to match Wehrlein in the first two sectors, only to rally back in the third sector to set an identical effort of 1:05.645. Buemi went next but carried far too much speed into turn one that he had to brake very hard for turn two, meaning he lost a lot of momentum, with further mistakes leaving him in fourth with a 1:05.809. Next out to beat Wehrlein would be Günther in the BMW-Andretti, with the German youth finally breaking his compatriots effort with an ultra clean effort, setting a new benchmark of 1:05.102.
However, having completed his lap Günther was shown to have exited the pitlane in spite of being shown a red light, and hence his effort was thrown into instant jeopardy. Unaware of this, Evans would open his flying lap with a stunning first sector, and duly matched Günther's run in the second in the Jaguar. However, the best was yet to come from the New Zealander, who aced the third and final sector to set the fastest time of the session, claiming pole with a 1:04.827.
Immediately after Evans' lap it was confirmed that Günther had officially left the pitlane before the redlight was shown, contrary to the initial replays shown. The German youth hence had his place in second confirmed ahead of Wehrlein and Massa, while Turvey and Buemi would share the third row.
The final qualifying result for the 2020 Santiago E-Prix are outlined below:
|2020 Santiago E-Prix Qualifying Result|
|1st||20||Mitch Evans||Jaguar Racing||1:04.827||—||1||G3|
|2nd||28||Maximilian Günther||BMW i Andretti Motorsport||1:05.102||+0.275s||2||G3|
|3rd||94||Pascal Wehrlein||Mahindra Racing||1:05.645||+0.818s||3||G3|
|4th||19||Felipe Massa||ROKiT Venturi Racing||1:05.645||+0.818s||4||G4|
|5th||3||Oliver Turvey||NIO 333 FE Team||1:05.788||+0.961s||5||G4|
|6th||23||Sébastien Buemi||Nissan e.Dams||1:05.809||+0.982s||6||G4|
|1st||20||Mitch Evans||Jaguar Racing||1:04.941||—||SP||G3|
|2nd||28||Maximilian Günther||BMW i Andretti Motorsport||1:05.169||+0.228s||SP||G3|
|3rd||23||Sébastien Buemi||Nissan e.Dams||1:05.390||+0.449s||SP||G4|
|4th||19||Felipe Massa||ROKiT Venturi Racing||1:05.463||+0.522s||SP||G4|
|5th||3||Oliver Turvey||NIO 333 FE Team||1:05.510||+0.569s||SP||G4|
|6th||94||Pascal Wehrlein||Mahindra Racing||1:05.525||+0.584s||SP||G3|
|7th||48||Edoardo Mortara||ROKiT Venturi Racing||1:05.547||+0.606s||7||G2|
|8th||17||Nyck de Vries||Mercedes||1:05.560||+0.619s||8||G2|
|10th||13||António Félix da Costa||DS Techeetah||1:05.574||+0.633s||10||G3|
|11th||25||Jean-Éric Vergne||DS Techeetah||1:05.625||+0.684s||11||G2|
|12th||18||Neel Jani||Porsche Formula E Team||1:05.696||+0.755s||12||G4|
|13th||66||Daniel Abt||Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler||1:05.745||+0.804s||13||G2|
|14th||36||André Lotterer||Porsche Formula E Team||1:05.801||+0.860s||14||G1|
|15th||27||Alexander Sims||BMW i Andretti Motorsport||1:05.848||+0.907s||15||G1|
|16th||2||Sam Bird||Envision Virgin Racing||1:05.886||+0.945s||16||G1|
|17th||6||Brendon Hartley||GEOX DRAGON||1:06.126||+1.185s||17||G3|
|18th||51||James Calado||Jaguar Racing||1:06.305||+1.364s||18||G2|
|19th||7||Nico Müller||GEOX DRAGON||1:06.367||+1.426s||19||G4|
|20th||64||Jérôme d'Ambrosio||Mahindra Racing||1:07.962||+3.021s||20||G3|
|21st||4||Robin Frijns||Envision Virgin Racing||1:09.089||+4.148s||21||G2|
|110% Time: 1:11.435|
|NC*||11||Lucas di Grassi||Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler||1:25.526||+21.585s||22||G1|
|EXC†||22||Oliver Rowland||Nissan e.Dams||—||23||G1|
|EXC‡||33||Ma Qing Hua||NIO 333 FE Team||—||24||G4|
- * di Grassi failed to set a time within 110% of the fastest in the group stage, but was allowed to start at the stewards' discretion.
- † Rowland was excluded from the results of qualifying for being allowed to leave Parc Ferme for repairs.
- ‡ Ma was excluded from the results of qualifying for having work carried out on his car under Parc Ferme conditions.
The final classification of the 2020 Santiago E-Prix is displayed below, with the fastest lap setter indicated in italics, and the pole sitter shown in bold:
|2020 Santiago E-Prix Race Result|
|Pos.||No.||Name||Team||Laps||Race Time||Fastest lap||Pts.|
|1st||28||Maximilian Günther||BMW i Andretti Motorsport||40||46:11.511||1:07.592||25|
|2nd||13||António Félix da Costa||DS Techeetah||40||+2.067s||1:07.271||18|
|3rd||20||Mitch Evans||Jaguar Racing||40||+5.119s||1:08.166||19|
|4th||94||Pascal Wehrlein||Mahindra Racing||40||+7.050s||1:07.558||12|
|5th*||17||Nyck de Vries||Mercedes||40||+9.883s||1:07.395||10|
|7th||11||Lucas di Grassi||Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler||40||+14.437s||1:07.076||6|
|8th||51||James Calado||Jaguar Racing||40||+18.255s||1:07.948||4|
|9th||19||Felipe Massa||ROKiT Venturi Racing||40||+20.430s||1:06.993||2|
|10th||2||Sam Bird||Envision Virgin Racing||40||+21.780s||1:06.948||2|
|11th||3||Oliver Turvey||NIO 333 FE Team||40||+27.778s||1:08.075|
|12th†||7||Nico Müller||GEOX DRAGON||40||+33.786s||1:07.920|
|13th‡||23||Sébastien Buemi||Nissan e.Dams||40||+43.257s||1:07.553|
|14th‡||66||Daniel Abt||Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler||40||+47.198s||1:07.783|
|15th||4||Robin Frijns||Envision Virgin Racing||39||+1 Lap||1:07.559|
|16th§||33||Ma Qing Hua||NIO 333 FE Team||39||+1 Lap||1:09.085|
|17th||22||Oliver Rowland||Nissan e.Dams||36||+4 Laps||1:06.405|
|NCƒ||64||Jérôme d'Ambrosio||Mahindra Racing||40||Out of Energy||1:07.991|
|Ret||6||Brendon Hartley||GEOX DRAGON||35||Retired||1:08.149|
|Ret||25||Jean-Éric Vergne||DS Techeetah||32||Damage||1:07.747|
|Ret||48||Edoardo Mortara||ROKiT Venturi Racing||29||Damage||1:07.551|
|DSQ♠||36||André Lotterer||Porsche Formula E Team||28||Disqualified||1:07.535|
|Ret||27||Alexander Sims||BMW i Andretti Motorsport||4||Damage||1:08.722|
|Ret||18||Neel Jani||Porsche Formula E Team||2||Retired||—|
- Indicates a driver was awarded FanBoost during the race.
- * de Vries was awarded a five second time penalty for an illegal cooling temperature on the grid.
- † Müller handed a ten second time penalty for causing a collision with Lotterer.
- ‡ Buemi and Abt were handed 30 second time penalties, converted from drive-through penalties for illegal throttle layouts.
- § Ma received multiple penalties for illegal Attack Mode use (5s) and not activcating Attack Mode (10s stop-go converted to 45s time penalty).
- ƒ d'Ambrosio was unable to be classified for using more than the permitted energy allowance.
- ♠ Lotterer was disqualified from the results of the race for using more than the maximum power allowed during the race (230.51 kW).
- 50th E-Prix start for Oliver Turvey.
- Edoardo Mortara made his 25th start.
- Neel Jani started his fifth E-Prix.
- Maiden victory for Maximilian Günther.
- Günther also secured his first podium finish.
- Andretti Formula E claimed their third win as an entrant.
- BMW secured their third win as a powertrain manufacturer.
- Mitch Evans scored his fifth podium.
Stoffel Vandoorne moved to the top of the Championship as a result of the chaos in Santiago, moving three ahead of Alexander Sims. Behind, Sam Bird had retained third, while race winner Maximilian Günther shot into fourth after his maiden triumph, three behind the Brit. Lucas di Grassi then completed the top five, with nineteen drivers on the board after the opening three races.
In the Teams Championship it was race winners BMW-Andretti who led the way leaving Santiago, ending the weekend with two wins and 60 points. They hence overhauled Mercedes at the head of the table, four clear of their Germanic rivals, while Envision Virgin had slipped to third. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler were next ahead of Jaguar Racing, while NIO had remained as the only pointless team in the field.
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Videos and Images:
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