Lucas Di Grassi dominated from start to finish to take his second victory of the season and extend his lead at the top of the drivers standing. 

The Brazilian, who started from second followed pole sitter Jarno Trulli through the first corner, but would take the lead when Trulli outbreaked himself into the second corner causing him to run wide.

Once in the lead the Audi Sport Abt driver was never seriously challenged, opening up a ten second gap before the pit stops.

Di Grassi, then opened up a lead of 12 seconds during the second stint, before easing his pace in the final laps of the race, taken the victory by 7.586’s, the biggest winning margin in Formula E’s history.

The battle for the minor podium place’s was much more exciting with Dragon Racing’s Jerome d’Ambrosio taking second place ahead of e-Dams Sebastien Buemi.

D’Ambrosio who started from sixth was quickly up to forth, passing the fading pair of Nico Prost and Trulli.

The Belgium then chassed down Nick Heidfeld before passing him on lap 12, he then secured second by jumping Buemi in the car change. Buemi was unable to challenge for second instead settling for third.

Heidfeld continued to struggle in the closing stages being passed by both Loic Duval and Nelson Piquet Jr, but Heidfeld did managed to hold off team mate Stephan Sarrazin for sixth.

Jean-Eric Vergne had another difficult weekend for Andretti, eventually finishing in eighth, with Sam Bird and Vitantonio Luzzi rounding out the tope eight.

Luzzi team mate Trulli had a terrible race from pole, quickly dropping through the field before he retired with two laps to go due to mechanical issues.

Charlie Price -charlie@sportcarglobal.com