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Formula E driver reacts after being 'nudged' over the line in unusual finish

Article To news overview © FIA Formula E driver Jake Hughes admits he was "happy" to have been nudged over the finish line by Mitch Evans after running out of energy in the final moments of the Diriyah E-Prix. The McLaren racer had started the event from pole position but struggled with conserving as much energy as his rivals as the race unfolded, resulting in him losing positions. After utilising Attack Mode, Hughes was able to put himself ahead of the Jaguar of Evans. However, his attempts to hold on to fifth place used up more energy and his car lost power in the final moments. Despite this, Evans inadvertently nudged into the back of Hughes' car, pushing the McLaren over the...
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