“I don’t believe they have the technical expertise enough to regulate a world championship like us with all these manufacturers and drivers. They are not good enough.” These were the strong words of racing driver Antonio Felix da Costa after being stripped of second place in the Formula E’s first London E-Prix due to a three-minute penalty. Da Costa claimed that the low air pressure on his front right tire was due to a slow puncture, which he had managed over the final laps of the race. Despite an appeal by Porsche, the stewards dismissed it, but the matter will now go before the FIA’s International Court of Appeal. If successful, it would impact championship positions and also quash any speculation of wrongdoing. The chaotic race in London raised further questions about penalties and the decision to not replace heavily damaged bodywork, leading to disqualifications.