192Badger’s Sarah Merritt caught up with Nico Prost as the Renault e.dams driver celebrated a win in the first of the double header season finale race in London.

On the race – starting from pole and taking the win:

“It was quite an easy win to be honest, but you need to stay focussed and you still need to do the job. It’s very good to get the points and third place in the championship, I hope I can stay there tomorrow, and for me it was a very good day.”

On the focus being on teammate Sebastien Buemi winning the championship this weekend:

“Seb is my team mate and friend, and in Paris I helped him. If he is behind me and needs the point then I’ll let him through.”

On the Safety Car and the gap to Bruno decreasing during the race:

“I thought s**t! But I had a really good lead, it was quite easy, and I had one more lap of energy. In the end, it was all okay.”

On the rain showers during the race:

“I just saw a few drops but really nothing that affected my car or my race.”

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On season 3 and challenging for the championship:

“I think I need to be a bit stronger, but this year, I had quite a lot of problems that were outside of my control. I need to keep improving and working hard, and yes, I want to win that title.”

On the calendar of races for next year:

“For sure, New York is going to be very special to me as I grew up there for three years, going back to Paris, Monaco…I’m looking forward to more or less all of them I think. Formula E is putting on a fantastic calendar, and I’m impressed with what they are doing, as I didn’t think we would go to these places like New York so early. It’s fantastic!”

On working with his Dad so closely (Alain Prost):

(Smiles) “It’s good, and he is helping a lot. Sometimes I feel like he wants to go in the car instead because he thinks he would do very well! To win with your Dad in the team is fantastic.”

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