Mexico City - Brazilian Lucas Di Grassi seized a last-gasp victory in a wild finish to the Mexico City ePrix on Saturday, with Belgian Jerome d'Ambrosio returning to the top of the all-electric Formula E standings.
Germany's Pascal Wehrlein had led from pole position in a race that was red-flagged after less than five minutes when Brazilian Nelson Piquet Jr. had a big smash.
Wehrlein led from the re-start but used too much energy defending on the last lap against Di Grassi and ran out of power within metres of the finish line as the former champion sped past to win for Audi at the Hermanos Rodriguez circuit.
"I think it was my best Formula E race ever," said Di Grassi, the fourth different winner in four races. "It was unbelievable. Wehrlein was very dodgy, closing the door and changing direction many times.
"I tried to put pressure on him, making him use energy and then in the last corner he just slowed down, tried to close the door and I crossed the line sideways."