ROME: New Zealander Mitch Evans gave Jaguar a first Formula E victory on Saturday in a red-flagged race in Rome that made him the seventh different winner from seven teams in seven rounds this season. Belgian Jerome d’Ambrosio returned to the top in the all-electric series on 65 points, one clear of Portugal’s previous leader Antonio Felix da Costa. The top nine in the championship are now separated by just 13 points, with Evans moving up to fourth on 61 after his first Formula E triumph and Germany’s Andre Lotterer third on 62. “I’m speechless. It’s been a tough couple of seasons,” said Evans, a winner in GP2 (now Formula Two) in 2016. “It’s been a long time coming but honestly it’s so worth it. Everyone’s worked their hearts out. I’ve been here from the start so it just feels really special,” added the 24-year-old. His manager, Australian former F1 driver Mark Webber, was on hand to witness the breakthrough. Lotterer finished runner-up for DS Techeetah after starting on pole position, with Belgian Stoffel Vandoorne third for HWA in a first Formula E podium for the former McLaren Formula One driver.