Rome E-Prix: Dennis takes pole against title rival Cassidy

The Andretti Autosport driver had built up a margin of three tenths over the opening two sectors in the final duel and posted a 1m37.986s. Cassidy, who finished second in Saturday’s opening Rome E-Prix but took the championship lead from Dennis as a result, put in an impressive final sector to slash the margin but fell 0.071s short at the line. Dennis also receives three points ...Keep reading

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