Oliver Turvey took NIO back into the points at the Formula E Championship double-header season finale.

In the first race in New York over the weekend, Langwathby’s Turvey took the chequered flag in 10th before, a day later, he finished back in 14th after a final-lap incident while NIO team-mate Tom Dillmann came 15th in the final race of the season.

Having been pegged back to 18th, Penrith-born Turvey moved through into 16th prior to a mid-race safety car period in the first race of the weekend, with the 32-year-old climbing into 14th.

Although being edged back to 15th, everything changed during an incredibly dramatic final lap when a collision sparked a bigger incident which allowed Turvey to duly pick his way through to bag his third points finish of the season.

Team-mate Dillmann, meanwhile, was involved in a multi-car tangle at turn six which caused a concertina of cars which resulted in Dillmann’s NIO sustaining a broken steering arm, triggering retirement.

And he didn’t fair much better in the second race, while Turvey also struggled.

Reflecting on the campaign, Turvey said: “It’s been a pretty challenging season, which is tough after season four where we had some strong races.

“But we have learnt a lot this year with the Gen 2 car.

“We do have work to do between now and the start of season six."