Abt/Ganassi Extreme E crash “not accident waiting to happen”

After Veloce Racing pulled out of the Desert X-Prix in Saudi Arabia following irreparable roll cage damage, only the Chip Ganassi Racing and Abt Cupra entries contested the shootout. 
In the second half of the race to decide positions seventh and eighth, Ganassi driver Kyle LeDuc was chasing down Abt Cupra’s Claudia Hurtgen when the pair collided heavily.  
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