Here’s How The Formula E Title Was Decided In Montreal

It was Sebastien Buemi vs Lucas di Grassi in Montreal, with two frenetic races to decide both Formula E championships

Another season, and another last-race title decider for Formula E between two of its biggest stars: Buemi and di Grassi.

Montreal played host to the double-header finale, on a twisty, undulating street circuit that produced pretty exciting racing.

Both the drivers’ and teams’ titles needed to be decided in Canada and they went right down to the wire, after a fast-paced race one on Saturday.

Di Grassi snatched the title lead with victory, while Buemi bounced back from a poor grid slot and huge FP2 shunt to finish fourth. But then, he was disqualified. Peak Formula E.

He then proceeded to argue with every other person in the pitlane afterwards.

So, it all came down to race two. Di Grassi was 18 points ahead now and in control, and P7 proved good enough to take the title, with Buemi in P11 after a miscommunication caused him to pit.

It was a typical Formula E race weekend really, with controversy, confusion, some scrappy racing, but also some brilliant battles in a cool location.

Check out the highlights videos above to see how the titles were decided.