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Panasonic Jaguar Racing scored a hat-trick in the Paris ePrix on 20th May, with drivers Mitch Evans and Adam Carroll finishing in P9 and P15 respectively.

22 May 2017 | International News : France

Panasonic Jaguar Racing
made it a hat-trick of points-scoring races in the centre of the French capital on 20th May. Drivers Mitch Evans and Adam Carroll finished in P9 and P15 respectively, scoring two championship points in the Qatar Airways Paris ePrix. These valuable points mean the British team leap to P8 in the team standings at the halfway point of their debut season, with six FIA Formula E races remaining.

Racing around the historic Les Invalides complex, the Paris ePrix was a stop-start race. A number of incidents caused safety cars and periods of full course yellow flags, challenging the Jaguar team to adapt their race strategy and react to the events on track. Evans and Carroll lined up on the grid in P8 and P19 respectively. When a competitor collision on lap 16 lap triggered a full-course yellow flag, the Jaguar duo pitted early to take advantage of the slow moving cars on track.

This strategy promoted Adam Carroll to P15 when he returned to racing but he was given a drive-through penalty for completing his pit stop less than one second under the minimum time. Carroll finished the Paris ePrix in P15. Mitch Evans, second in his qualifying group earlier in the day, pitted from his points scoring positon of P8, but due to a small issue on his second car, rejoined the action out of position and fought back through the remaining laps to achieve a final classification of P9.
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