BMW’S Max Gunther spectacularly won his first Formula E race on the FINAL lap in Chile.
The German controversially lost his lead in the dying minutes before regaining his position with a last-ditch move on the final lap.
The youngest driver on the grid, 22, was robustly nudged out of the lead by Antonio Felix Da Costa before recovering to take the win.
This was Gunther’s second stunning overtake of the race after he initially took the lead from Jaguar’s Mitch Evans.
He managed to reel Evans into a dogfight before completing an exquisite overtake on the straight.
Evans lost a commanding lead to Gunther, but things went from bad to worse when Felix Da Costa climbed from tenth to take second place.
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