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Live Reporting

By Niamh Lewis

All times stated are UK

  1. See you next season

    That's it for Formula E this year.

    Frenchman Jean-Eric Vergne becomes the first double Formula E champion.

    The report is building nicely here, and the highlights video will be live soon.

    Cheerio!

  2. 'There's so much emotion running in my body right now'

    Jean-Eric Vergne, the double championship winner, says: "I think I take 10 years of my life in one weekend, yesterday was stressful and it was aggressive at the start, and then I was managing the situation at the end, and they [Evans and Di Grassi] both crashed, and I won.

    "There's so much emotion running in my body right now I feel proud to be in this team and I'm so happy to have won it again."

  3. 'I just wanted it so bad'

    Race winner Robin Frijns, says: "Last time I scored points was a win in Paris and then four races with no points, but I'm satisfied it all came together again for the team as they work really hard.

    "The team was a bit down and I was a bit down, and I just wanted it so bad. I can go home and prepare for next season on a good note."

  4. Post update

    But all the action happened on the final lap as Mitch Evans and Lucas Di Grassi crashed and took each other out.

  5. BreakingRobin Frijns wins the New York City E-Prix

    It's Frijns' second win this season, after taking the victory in Paris earlier this year.

  6. BreakingJean-Eric Vergne wins the Formula E championship

    "We have done it again. We have done it again. We have done it again" he says over the radio.

  7. Post update

    One lap and 6% battery left! Frijns leads, and Vergne on the verge of winning the championship.

  8. Post update

    Fanboost for Daniel Abt, Sebastien Buemi, Lucas Di Grassi, Antonio Felix Da Costa, and Stoffel Vandoorne.

  9. Four minutes + one lap to go

    At this rate Jean-Eric Vergne, could become the first two-time Formula E champion.

    2014/15 - Nelson Piquet Jr

    2015/16 - Sebastein Buemi

    2016/17 - Lucas Di Grassi

    2017/18 - Jean-Eric Vergne

    2018/19 - ?

  10. Post update

    In the races that Stoffel Vandoorne has started high up the grid this year, he's just worked his way down during the race. Can someone tell him that's not the right direction?

  11. Post update

    And this is that collision. Nothing spectacular.

    new york e-prix
  12. Post update

    Lotterer receives a drive-through penalty converted into a time penalty for causing a collision... but it's irrelevant given he's retired and there are no more races...

  13. Latest top 10

    Evans is crawling up the field

    1. Frijns
    2. Sims
    3. Buemi
    4. Bird
    5. Abt
    6. Evans
    7. Rowland
    8. Vandoorne
    9. Di Grassi
    10. Vergne
  14. Post update

    Out of three Attack Modes to be used, Vergne has used two, and everyone else just one.

    But he remains just outside the points in 11th.

  15. Championship watch

    8. Evans

    9. Di Grassi

    10. Vergne

  16. Post update

    Jack Nicholls

    BBC Formula E commentator

    Even just to finish third for Mitch Evans would be good because you get a trophy.

  17. Post update

    The two retirees of Lopez and Lotterer are under investigation for that first lap incident.

  18. 28 minutes to go

    Di Grassi and Evans haven't made a lot of progress so far.

    Will Vergne be feeling confident right now?

    Tweet us with #bbcformulae

  19. Post update

    Bird takes Vandoorne's fourth place by late braking and sneaking up the inside.

    "Eyes forward." The message is to Sam Bird on the radio.