The German Formula E drivers again missed out on a podium finish at the second race in Great Britain.

In Sunday’s race in London, Porsche driver Pascal Wehrlein was the only German to finish in the points in tenth place.

Team-mate Andre Lotterer (12th) and Maximilian Günther (16th) in the Nissan, who was the best German on Saturday in eighth place, missed out on the points.

Victory in the English capital went to Brazilian Lucas Di Gassi ahead of local hero Jake Dennis, who had previously won Saturday’s race. Third place went to the young Dutchman Nyck de Vries.

In the overall standings, Belgian Relay Vandoorne in the Mercedes extended his lead, taking fourth place on Sunday and now has a comfortable lead of 173 points over second-placed Mitch Evans (149) from Australia, who did not finish the race in London. The Formula E season finale is scheduled for a fortnight from now in Seoul, South Korea.