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Nick Cassidy, Jaguar TCS Racing, Jaguar I-TYPE 6
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Formula E Shanghai ePrix II
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Why the Jaguar driver who didn't win in China will depart the happiest

Although his Jaguar team-mate Mitch Evans hit the higher peaks in Shanghai, Nick Cassidy heads to the final two double-headers of the season with an extended points lead that makes him the firm favourite to become the latest all-electric world champion

Formula E went full circle last weekend, returning to China a decade on from when the all-electric championship was launched back in 2014 and having last raced in the country five years ago. 

Entering the Shanghai E-Prix double-header as championship leader, Nick Cassidy failed to take a win across either race, but he still came away with an extended lead in the standings – albeit having experienced a range of different emotions over the weekend.

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