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De Vries wins in chaotic end to wet Valencia E-Prix

Mercedes' Nyck de Vries emerged as the winner of the first of this weekend's two Valencia E-Prix races in Spain, after wet conditions triggered multiple safety cars that confused the teams' efforts to accurately calculate energy usage. Long-time race leader António Félix da Costa was among those to run out of energy on the final lap dropping him to seventh place in the final results classification, costing him a near-certain victory. Instead, de Vries was joined on the podium by Drgaon's Nico Muller and by his own team mate Stoffel Vandoorne, who had been forced to start from the back row of the grid despite topping superpole after all his qualifying times were deleted for using a tyre...
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