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D’Ambrosio not planning to add more series to schedule

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BERLIN, Germany – Formula E driver Jerome d’Ambrosio is not looking to add any more series to his schedule so he can focus on his commitments with Dragon Racing.

D’Ambrosio has been in a fine run of form in the second Formula E season, picking up his second ePrix victory in Mexico following Lucas di Grassi’s disqualification.

While many drivers opt to balance Formula E with another series such as the FIA World Endurance Championship or DTM, d’Ambrosio is happy dedicating his time to Dragon.

“I really enjoy the category, I love what I do here, I’m probably the only driver actually who only does that,” d’Ambrosio told NBC Sports.

“I’m not planning on really looking at something else because I like it here. This is where I want to be.

“Right now, my priority is Formula E.”

D’Ambrosio ranks his two seasons in Formula E among the best of his career, having finished fourth in last year’s championship and enjoying another strong campaign this time around.

“I’ve had strong moments. At the last race I was outside the points finishing the race, that was the first time for me in Formula E,” the ex-Formula 1 and GP2 racer said.

“If I wasn’t in the points before, it was because of a drive-through or an accident, not like that. It ranks in the highest ones.

“I think I haven’t had such good seasons as the last two years. Last year, the finish was also pretty amazing. So I’m looking forward to keeping that momentum.”

Barber IndyCar iRacing results

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Scott McLaughlin led the final six laps Saturday and finished 0.4241 seconds ahead of teammate Will Power to win the Honda IndyCar Grand Prix of Alabama at Barber Motorsports Park.

Scott Speed finished third behind the Team Penske drivers. Alex Palou and Simon Pagenaud rounded out the top five.

Click here for the full boxscore from Saturday’s IndyCar iRacing event at Barber Motorsports Park.

WINNER: Scott McLaughlin holds off teammate Will Power

WHAT DRIVERS SAID: Postrace reactions on social media

Other notable finishers:

Colton Herta (seventh), Robert Wickens (eighth), Jimmie Johnson (12th), Graham Rahal (14th), Alexander Rossi (22nd).

Sage Karam led a race-high 24 laps but retired from the 45-lap event because of a crash and finished 27th of 29 drivers.