Two weeks after the race in Rome, the eighth event of the season was held in Paris.  

The race was won by the Dutchman Robin Frijns from Envision Virgin Racing which moved into the lead of the world standings with 81 points, including in the pilots category, followed by the German racer from DS, Andrè Lotterer, with 80 points. In the team standings, DS remains in the lead with 142 points, followed by Virgin with 135 and Audi in third place with 129 points.

The next Formula E world championship event is set for 11 May in the city street race in Monaco.  

A source of tremendous pride for Erreà Sport, official technical partner of Envision Virgin Racing and supplier of all the material for team and leisurewear. Formula E racing will return in two weeks to Monaco with the ninth of the thirteen events in the 2018-2019 champion calendar. Don’t miss it!