After Marrakesh there have been changes at the top of both World Championships. With his victory, Edoardo Mortara (139 points) took the lead in the Drivers' Championship and is ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne on 128 points and Stoffel on 125 points; The Mercedes-EQ driver had led the standings since Monaco. Nyck (73 points) is in seventh place.
And at the same time, the Mercedes-EQ Formula E Team (198 points) has now slipped back into third place in the Team Classification and now finds themselves behind Venturi Racing (205 points) in the lead and DS Techeetah (203 points), who are running them a close second. However, there is still everything to play for in both competitions.
"Over the past couple of years, we as a team have suffered from a bit of a mid-season slump," said Ian. "It's obviously not a position we like to find ourselves in. I don't see that as a reason to worry though. The quality of the team, the calibre of the women and men who work within the team is such that we can quickly pull ourselves out of difficult situations. That gives me cause for optimism as we head into the last six races of the season."
The next two races are scheduled to take place very soon in just two weeks' time in New York on 16 and 17 July.