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Stoffel Vandoorne succeeds Nyck De Vries as Formula E world champion

Stoffel Vandoorne has won the Formula E World Championship in the final race of the season. Title rival Mitch Evans could not make things difficult for the Belgian from the thirteenth starting position. Vandoorne succeeds Nyck de Vries as world champion. Article continues under ad Trailing by 21 points, Evans had a difficult task ahead of him to win the race from the thirteenth starting spot. The win was his only chance of winning the title. Things looked better for championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne from fourth position. At the start, Evans and Vandoorne both got away unscathed. The Belgian maintained his fourth position, while Evans immediately gained two places and moved up to 11th....
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