Felix Rosenqvist is not yet thinking about challenging for his maiden Formula E title despite moving into the lead of the drivers’ championship with victory on Saturday in Marrakesh.

Rosenqvist arrived in Marrakesh second in the standings after inheriting the win in Hong Kong’s second race following Daniel Abc’s exclusion, trailing DS Virgin Racing’s Sam Bird.

Rosenqvist was able to move four points clear of Bird by winning Saturday’s Marrakesh E-Prix in style, passing Sebastien Buemi with five laps to go en route to victory.

With two wins from three races in the current season and having been an ever-present force at the front of the Formula E field for over a year now, Rosenqvist is already being tipped as a title contender for Season 4.

However, the Swede is staying grounded, explaining after the race that he is not yet paying attention to the points tallies despite already being one-quarter of the way through the season.

“It just changes so quickly in this championship. You need to be on it all the time, work hard, be ready for an uphill during the day and turn it around,” Rosenqvist told Crash.net. 

“I think it’s not always you can do that. I’m just trying to do my best. The team tries to do their best, and then we see where we end up in the points.

“Honestly, I’m not really thinking about the points, but to have 54 or whatever I have is not bad after three races.”

Rosenqvist sits four points clear of Bird at the top of the standings, with Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne a further seven points behind in third place.

The next Formula E round takes place in Santiago, Chile on February 3.