His teammate, China´s Ho-Pin Tung, claimed 12th place.
On the very last lap the Brazilian driver of China Racing and Campos Racing took another podium after a faultless race.
Ho-Pin Tung will return to his China Racing seat for the fourth Formula E ePrix in Buenos Aires on January 10 2015.
The Chinese driver competed for the squad during the Beijing and Putrajaya races but was unable to contest at the last outing in Punta del Este due to prior commitments in the Abu Dhabi 12-Hour endurance race.
Chinca Racing, whose cars are run by Campos Racing, will have an important novelty with regard to its driver line-up.
China Racing driver was running in third place when the Italian knocked him out of the race.
Ho-Pin Tung, with another China Racing car, came eleventh. China Racing, whose cars are run by Campos Racing, has nearly achieved its maiden podium in the FIA Formula E with the Spark-Renault SRT_01E driven by Brazil´s Nelson Piquet Jr.
Audi adds a new victory to its impressive record, and Tom Kristensen scores his 9th victory.
The Dane remains more than ever the victory record holder at Le Mans, while Allan McNish scores his third victory in La Sarthe in fifteen years. Their French team mate Loïc Duval,who took the pole, adds the Le Mans 24 Hours to the Sebring 12 Hours and Tourist Trophy.
Drivers from all over Asia have assembled in Bangkok ahead of Friday’s ROC Asia and ROC Thailand
The two most populous nations on Earth are represented by India’s Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok plus China’s Ho-Pin Tung and Han Han. The racing begins with a four-way shootout between the host nation’s finest drivers to decide who will represent Team Thailand. Many of Asia’s finest drivers have gathered at Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium for ROC Asia and ROC Thailand, the opening events of this weekend’s ROC 2012 on Friday December 14.
Kristensen has a record eight wins at the Le Mans 24-Hour race while Priaulx tops the all-time WTCC list with three titles
The two most populous nations on Earth will be in the hunt for the ROC Asia title at the 2012 Race Of Champions
Team India will feature Formula 1’s Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok while Team China will partner F1 test driver Ho-Pin Tung with rally ace Han Han, best known as the world’s most widely-read blogger.
Bruno Senna insists he is first in line to take the wheel if Renault’s regular race drivers run aground in 2011.
In the Valencia pitlane on Monday morning, the Lotus-sponsored team unveiled the R31 and also a plethora of drivers, including ‘third’ drivers Senna and Romain Grosjean and reserves Fairuz Fauzy, Ho-Pin Tung and Jan Charouz.
Italian leads all the way for sprint win
Davide Valsecchi jumped his rivals at the start to take the lead after the first corner of this afternoon’s sprint race in Abu Dhabi, leading all the way to the flag for his first win of the season by absorbing race long pressure from Luiz Razia and Romain Grosjean.
Mexican secures second in championship
Sergio Perez crushed his rivals with an unmatched display of speed on his way to a dominant win in today’s feature race in Abu Dhabi, securing second place in the championship as he easily led the way home, greeting the chequered flag over twenty seconds ahead of Oliver Turvey and Sam Bird.
HRT’s plans are also unclear, and the same is true of Mercedes.
The driver lineup is shaping up for November’s end-of-season young drivers test in Abu Dhabi. Before the F1 teams try Pirelli’s new tyres for the first time at the Yas Marina track, the test days immediately after the last race of 2010 will firstly be an opportunity for young and inexperienced drivers to get at the wheel of the current cars.