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Constructors Title Decided, Drivers Championship Still Open

E.dams-Renault has secured the inaugural Formula E teams’ championship following Sebastien Buemi’s victory in the opening Visa London ePrix.

The French squad now has a 64-point lead over Audi Sport ABT and cannot be overhauled in the second London race on Sunday 28 June.

Speaking after the teams’ title was secured, e.dams-Renault co-founder Alain Prost was delighted with his squad’s success but urged them to focus on winning the drivers’ title for Buemi too.

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Race results

01 9 Sébastien Buemi (P) e.dams-Renault 47:54.784

02 7 Jerome d'Ambrosio Dragon Racing 47:55.723 

03 27 Jean-Eric Vergne Andretti 47:56.451

04 11 Lucas di Grassi (FL) Audi Sport ABT 47:57.193 

05 99 Nelson Piquet NEXTEV TCR 48:02.154 

06 2 Sam Bird Virgin Racing 48:02.546 

07 8 Nicolas Prost e.dams-Renault 48:03.337

08 6 Loic Duval Dragon Racing 48:04.291

09 88 Oliver Turvey NEXTEV TCR 48:04.816 

10 30 Stephane Sarrazin Venturi 48:06.861

11 28 Simona de Silvestro Andretti 48:10.730

12 5 Karun Chandhok Mahindra Racing 48:30.379

13 23 Nick Heidfeld Venturi 48:35.818 +41.034s 1:29.611 16

14 3 Fabio Leimer Virgin Racing 48:37.481 +42.697s 1:30.103 12

15 10 Jarno Trulli Trulli 48:38.057 +43.273s 1:30.250 21

16 21 Bruno Senna Mahindra Racing 48:43.207

17 77 Salvador Duran * Amlin Aguri 48:56.771 

18 18 Alex Fontana Trulli 25 44:17.490 +4 laps

19 66 Daniel Abt Audi Sport ABT 15 24:42.414 +14 laps 

20 55 Sakon Yamamoto Amlin Aguri 15 26:43.034 +14 laps

* Car 77 (Duran) Drive-through penalty converted into 49 second time penalty

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