Niki Tuuli was unstoppable once ahead in the final MotoE race of the season as he held off Mike Di Meglio at every turn, but the day belonged to Jordi Torres who did what he needed to back down the order to secure the MotoE cup title in the season finale at Le Mans.

The Avant Ajo MotoE rider battled Di Meglio from the start and once ahead held his line with the Frenchman looking for a home win and attacking on virtually every corner of the final lap.

Tuuli had all the attempts covered to take the final win of the season - he was also the winner of the first ever MotoE race but had not featured on the podium at all until the final weekend of this season.

The EG 0,0 rider settled for second for a double podium appearance in France, with Josh Hook (Octo Pramac MotoE) having his best performance to date - the pair had ridden together at the track more recently than most as winners of the Le Mans 24 hours and their track experience paid dividends.

Behind the battle upfront, Jordi Torres, who had already shocked himself by winning E-pole and then going on to win the first race, was managing his ride to become the 2020 world cup winner.

The Pons Racing rider rode his luck further - he had his rear wheel hit just after the start by Eric Granado, survived the danger and raced well. The Spaniard overtook Maria Herrera (Openbank Aspar Team) when it was safe to do so, but also gave best to Matteo Ferrari (Trentino Gresini MotoE) as he pushed for a higher finish to claim second in the standings.

Ferrari could not catch Dominique Aegerter (Dynavolt Intact GP), who picked up ten places to finish fourth, but his push saw him placed second overallalthough the Swiss rider collected the same amount of points over the season.

Torres crossed the line sixth, with over a three second advantage back to seventh placed Niccolo Canepa. Fellow LCR E-Team rider Xavier Simeon was next to see the chequered flag in eighth, with Herrera dropping to ninth as she struggled with control in the esses.

Xavi Cardelus completed the top ten for Avintia Eponsorama.

Lucas Tulovic was not far behind in eleventh as he eased away from twelfth place finisher Alessando Zaccone on the second Gresini entry.

Mattia Casadei (Ongetta SIC Squadra Corse) never recovered from his low grid placing following his fall in Race 1, he took 13th.

There were only fifteen finishers - an injured Alex De Angelis (Octo Pramac) rode through the pain in his arm following his qualifying crash to complete his final race before retiring in 14th. Jakub Kornfeil was 15th for WithU Motorsport.

Granado’s early crash after clipping Torres saw Alejandro Medina go out wide with the pair both ending their season in the gravel. Tommaso Marcon also failed to make it to the end of the first lap.