Alexander Lynn spoke about his collision with Norman Nato at the Sunday’s Valencia E-Prix race.

Alexander Lynn made it to the podium in the Valencia E-Prix round 2. However, he had a contact with Venturi’s Norman Nato. The Briton shared his thoughts about the accident.

“It’s a shame, to be honest. Norman has apologised to be fair,” Lynn told Motorsport.com.

“It’s just a miscalculation from him, it seems. I need to look at it, I haven’t watched it back.”

“It’s Formula E, isn’t it. You run the risk of sitting in the train and trying to be clever and one moment it can bite you in the arse. And it did,” he added.

“But that’s part of the game that was part of our strategy because we took the risk. It’s a shame because I think we had enough energy and the car to win. But we salvaged what we could and that was third,” Lynn said in the end.

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