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Rajan’s top 20 shots from Paris

Regarded as one of the greatest and most beautiful cities in the world, Paris is seemingly the perfect location to host a Formula E event. Here’s is Rajan Jangda’s take on the Paris ePrix, told through the lens of his trusty camera.

Three-wheeling across the apexes, touring car style.

Handing out CVs in town, Tom Dillmann made a strong case for a potential season four drive.

Using a clean visor, possibly squinting to avoid the sun.

Foreshadowing in the shadows, we all know what happened next.

The rear of Renault #9, a sight a few of the other drivers are possibly tired of.

A bumpy chase through the chicane.

On the off-fence, who said only Topher Smith can make bad puns around here.

Parisian Amphitheatre, surrounded by a continuous human-wall of spectators.

Mitch Evans continued to register points for the newcomers.

Possibly one of the more photogenic cars on the grid, but then again, which one isn’t?

Robin Frijns had one of his better finishes of the season.

Monuments galore, oh by the way, that’s just the media centre.

Felix Rosenqvist briefly escaping the shadows on the back straight.

Mike Conway managed to hold the lead for a while on his return to the series.

Birdspeed, despite troubles Sam Bird still scored the fastest lap for the second race in a row.

Contrasting fortunes, while Bird had to resort to attacking the fastest lap, Jose Maria Lopez scored his first podium in Formula E.

The FCY seems to already be a regular feature of the Les Invalides street circuit.

The ever stylish Nico Prost carried on his consistent run of five top five results in six races this season.

Probably a weekend to forget for Lucas di Grassi.

The same could also be said for team mate Daniel Abt.

Images courtesy of Rajan Jangda

About Topher Smith
Topher is an experienced and passionate Motorsport journalist with Formula E, Formula 1, GP2, GP3 and Karting all on his resume. When he isn't at the trackside you can find him furthering his own capabilities and knowledge through his endless search for original ideas and material. Also plays league pool on the side.