The Techeetah driver stayed out of hassle in a race received by Dutchman Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing) as his fundamental rivals had been unable to mount a major problem within the 13th and remaining spherical of the supercharged season.
Polesitter Alexander Sims (BMW i Andretti Motorsports) completed second with former champion Sebastien Buemi in third on the road circuit in Brooklyn.
Nissan e.dams driver Buemi, who received the primary of the New York doubleheader Saturday, noticed his slim probabilities of overhauling Vergne evaporate when he did not win the three factors on provide for claiming pole in qualifying.
However the Swiss driver clinched second within the remaining standings as the opposite title contenders Lucas di Grassi of Brazil and New Zealand’s Mitch Evans clashed on the final lap and failed to complete.
It was a reduction for Vergne, who was out of the factors Saturday after a last-lap tangle with ex-Formulation One star Felipe Massa, briefly loosening his grip on the title
‘We now have achieved it once more, we have now achieved it once more,” screamed Vergne over race radio, celebrating a double triumph with Techeetah sealing the groups’ championship regardless of his teammate Andre Lotterer failing to complete.
“It was very traumatic, Vergne admitted. “Yesterday didn’t go to plan, I used to be simply managing the state of affairs.
“There are such a lot of feelings in my physique and I am very happy with the staff.” added the 29-year-old.
Audi Sport’s Di Grassi, who gave the impression to be the principle challenger going into the ultimate race weekend, completed third within the standings, with Frijns, who was successful for the second time this season, as much as fourth.
His victory capped a large open sequence, which has seen 9 completely different winners from eight completely different groups in 13 races.