Stoffel Vandoorne has made up for the disappointment of Saturday's double retirement for Mercedes, with the Belgian driver winning the second Rome ePrix on Sunday.
The podium was completed by Mahindra's Alexander Sims and Venturi's Norman Nato, but the Venturi driver was disqualified after the race for an overuse of power.
As a result, Porsche's Pascal Wehrlein moved up to take third place.
FORMULA E ROUND 4 - ROME E-PRIX RACE RESULTS
|5||Max Guenther||BMW I Andretti|
|7||Alex Felix Da Costa||Techeetah|
|8||Sebastien Buemi||Nissan e.Dams|