Antonio Felix Da Costa has won Sunday’s Shanghai E-Prix to claim his second win of the season. 

The Porsche driver managed his energy superbly in the race. Da Costa made his way to the lead of the race before taking both of his Attack Modes.

This allowed him to save energy in the slipstream whilst being in Attack Mode. Then he was able to spend that energy to get to the front of the front of the pack on lap 20.

From there, Da Costa controlled the race which was two laps shorter than Saturday’s race.

Jake Hughes, who qualified on pole, finished the race in second place. The McLaren driver picked up his first podium in Formula E.

Hughes remained with the lead pack throughout the race and was finally able to convert the strong pace that he has shown this season.

Norman Nato also claimed his first podium of the season for Andretti. The Frenchmen took the lead for the majority of the race.

This allowed him to stay away from the drama behind him. However, he slightly overspent his usable energy and had to drop back to third to ensure he finished the race.

Nick Cassidy extended his championship lead after finishing in fourth. The Kiwi started in tenth place and slowly made his way through the field.

He had more usable energy than any other driver in the leading pack. However, with the race was two laps shorter than yesterday’s race the race became a sprint to finish with eight laps to go, which meant he couldn’t utilise that advantage.

Mitch Evans came home in fifth place for Jaguar. Stoffel Vandoorne, who started in second after losing pole by one-thousandths of a second, finished in sixth place.

Jean-Eric Vergne finished in seventh for Ds Penske ahead of Maximilian Gunther in eighth.

Robin Frijns came from the 11th row on the grid to score two points to finish in ninth place.

Oliver Rowland was unable to show his usual peloton style of performance of coming through the pack for Nissan. The Brit secured the final point for finishing in tenth after starting in eighth.

Pascal Wehrlein finished outside of the points after contact with Sam Bird. The Porsche driver had to come into the pits after receiving a rear left puncture after Bird’s front wing clipped his tyre on the exit of Turn 2.

Jake Dennis’s defence of his title is starting to look over after he failed to score a point after finishing in 11th.

Sebastien Buemi came home in 12th after starting 22nd. Edoardo Mortara finished in 13th ahead of Sacha Fenestraz.

Nico Muller was 15th ahead of Nyck De Vries. De Vries was running in the points, but was hit by Bird at Turn 11. The collision sent De Vries spinning and caused Bird to retire from the race.

Jehan Daruvala finished in 17th ahead of Sergio Sette Camara. Lucas Di Grassi was 19th ahead of Wehrlein and Dan Ticktum.