Nick Cassidy won a rain-affected London E-Prix to cap off the season which saw Envision Racing claim the teams’ title. 

The Envision driver and Mitch Evans were in a class of their own as they were over ten seconds clear of Jake Dennis who finished the race in third place.

Norman Nato came home in fourth ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne in fifth. Sebastien Buemi came home in sixth ahead of Sam Bird which ensured that the Envision Racing team secured the teams’ championship.

The race was red-flagged after five laps due to the heavy rain. The FIA tried to restart the race but they could only do two laps before the race was red-flagged again.

Finally, the rain stopped an hour and a half after the original start time and the race was able to restart.

Cassidy and Evans pulled a gap to the rest of the field, Evans tried to use Attack Mode to pass Cassidy bt was unable to do so.

The pair swapped fastest laps, but Cassidy proved too strong and won the race ahead of Evans.

Dennis was in a race of his own s he pulled an eight-second gap over Nato to clinch the final step on the podium.

Nato came home fourth ahead of Vandoorne in fifth place. Buemi managed to overtake Bird at Turn 1 to secure sixth.

Bird came home in seventh and Nico Muller was able to hang on in the wet to finish in eighth in front of Dan Ticktum.

Pascal Wehrlein came home in tenth place and took the final point of the season.

Edoardo Mortara finished in 11th for Maserati, as Rene Rast came home in 12th for McLaren.

Sergio Sette Camara finished in 13th ahead of Maximilian Gunther in 14th. Sacha Fenestraz came home in 15th for Nissan.

Antonio Felix Da Costa finished 16th ahead of Robin Frijns. Lucas Di Grassi capped off his season with an 18th-place finish.

Jake Hughes came home in 19th  for McLaren ahead of Roberto Merhi.

Andre Lotterer came home in 21st with Jean-Eric Vergne who pitted during the race to change a slow puncture finishing in 22nd.