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Da Costa takes pole in Seoul
SEOUL STREET CIRCUIT, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF - AUGUST 14: Mitch Evans (NZL), Jaguar TCS Racing, Jaguar I-TYPE 5 during the Seoul ePrix II at Seoul Street Circuit on Sunday August 14, 2022 in Seoul, Korea, Republic of. (Photo by Sam Bloxham / LAT Images)

Formula E: Round 16 Qualifying Results

Has the Championship been decided?

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Antonio Felix Da Costa claimed pole position for the season finale in Seoul as both championships heats up. 

Group A

Edoardo Mortara took the top spot in Group A with a 1:21.770. Championship leader Stoffel Vandoorne claimed P2 with a 1:21.811. Robin Frijns took P3 with a 1:21.834 while Lucas Di Grassi secured himself into the final duel slot with a 1:21.885

Eliminated in Group A

Sergio Sette Camara

Nyck de Vries

Nick Cassidy

Norman Nato

Oliver Rowland

Oliver Turvey

Alexander Sims

Group B

Jake Dennis topped the times of Group B with a 1:21.673 while Antonio Felix Da Costa claimed P2 with a 1:21.718. Jean-Eric Vergne claimed P3 with a 1:21.767 while Dan Ticktum claimed P4 with a 1:21.801 progressing through to his first duel of the season. After tapping the wall in the stadium section championship contender Mitch Evans failed to progress through to the duels.

Eliminated in Group B

Maximillan Gunther

Oliver Askew

Mitch Evans

Pascal Wehrlein

Andre Lotterer

Sebastien Buemi

Sacha Fenestraz

Quarter-Final One

Ticktum and Mortara were the first pairing to go head to head in the duels. Ticktum took to the track first, however, after a lock-up he set a 1:21.611. This, however, was not enough to see him through to the semi-finals as Mortara set a 1:21.229

Quarter-Final Two

Vandoorne and Vergne were next to go head to head. Vergne took to the track first, and after a mistake, at the beginning of the lap, Vergne set a 1:22.642, seeing him eliminated. Vandoorne saw himself progress to the semi-finals with a 1:21.260.

Quarter-Final Three

Frijns and Da Costa were the next pairing to face off. Frijns took to the track first setting a 1:21.194. Da Costa progressed through to the semi-finals after setting an astonishing 1:20.920, the fastest time of the session so far.

Quarter-Final Four

Di Grassi and Dennis were the last pair to face off in the quarter-finals. Di Grassi took to the track first, setting a 1:21.209. This, however, was not enough to see him through to the semi-finals as Dennis set a strong 1:21.035.

Semi-Final One

Vandoorne and Mortara were the first to go head-to-head in the semi-finals. Vandoorne took to the track first, setting a 1:21.069. This, however, wasn’t enough to see him through to the final as Mortara set an astonishing 1:20.913.

Semi-Final Two

Dennis and Da Costa were the final pairing to face off in the semi-finals. Dennis took to the track first, setting a 1:21.050, however this saw him eliminated as he was marginally beaten by Da Costa. Da Costa set an incredible 1:20.925 seeing himself through to the final.

Final

Da Costa and Mortara were the final pairing to take to the track and face off. Da Costa was unable to be beaten by Mortara as he saw himself take pole position for Formula E’s 100th race.

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