Nyck De Vries has topped the only Sunday practice session ahead of the second Puebla E-Prix this afternoon,
The Dutchmen set a 1:21.492, just under one and a half tenths quicker than Jean-Eric Vergne, with Oliver Rowland, who topped both practices yesterday, in third.
The session was straightforward, with only one yellow flag for Rene Rast who spun on the exit of Turn 1, but got going swiftly. Rast would end the session in ninth, just under seven tenths off the pace.
Kiwis Nick Cassidy and and Mitch Evans would complete the top 5, with the two Rokit Venturi drivers Edoardo Mortara and Norman Nato in sixth and seventh respectively. Max Guenther would end eighth ahead of Rast, while Andre Lotterer rounded out the top ten.
Alexander Sims ended the session in 11th ahead of Tom Blomqvist, while Stoffel Vandoorne was the first driver outside a second of the top time, while Pascal Wehrlein, who took the checkered flag yesterday ended 14th.
Antonio Felix da Costa ended 15th ahead of championship leader Robin Frijns, with Joel Eriksson in 17th. Alex Lynn and Sebastien Buemi were 18th and 19th, with race winner Lucas Di Grassi in 20th.
Oliver Turvey and Sam Bird were 21st and 22nd, with Sergio Sette Camara 23rd and Jake Dennis setting the slowest time, just over three seconds off the top time.