Felix da Costa and BMW i Andretti Motorsport have completed a difficult race weekend in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship in Paris with seventh place.

Starting from 14th position, Felix da Costa put on a faultless display in changeable conditions to work his way up to seventh place. He is now in third place in the drivers' standings with 70 points, 11 points behind leader Robin Frijns (Virgin Racing), who won the Paris E-Prix.

BMW i Andretti Motorsport remains fifth in the team championship, with 88 points.

Alexander Sims retired from the Paris E-Prix after his involvement in an accident through no fault of his own. Sims' race day ended around 22 minutes before the end. On a wet surface, he was rear-ended by Oliver Rowland (Nissan) entering a corner and turned sharply into the crash barriers. The BMW iFE.18 was too badly damaged to continue the race.