In a tumultuous Sunday race, Maximilian Günther and Jake Dennis scored valuable points in the overall ABB FIA Formula E World Championship standings. Günther had started the 13th race of the season from sixth on the grid and crossed the line in the same position. Dennis followed up his win at the London E-Prix on Saturday with a courageous recovery performance, clawing back eight places to finish ninth, having started from 17th on the grid. A drive-through penalty just before the end of the race put paid to his chances of a better finish. The MINI Electric Pacesetter inspired by JCW, the official FIA Formula E Safety Car, appeared twice after incidents had occurred.