Berlin E-prix II (2020)
Latest news on Berlin E-prix II
Mahindra Racing driver Jerome d’Ambrosio topped the combined Formula E free practice times with a late flying lap on the Tempelhof Airport circuit to depose Maximilian Gunther.
Formula E driver Nyck de Vries has incurred a €5000 fine and given a five-place grid penalty for exiting his car and pushing it off circuit during the second Berlin Formula E race.
Sebastien Buemi reckons the chance for anyone to catch Antonio Felix da Costa and the DS Techeetah team in the Formula E tight fight is “more or less done”.
Antonio Felix da Costa remained unchallenged by Sebastien Buemi for the duration of the second Formula E race in Berlin to increase his championship stronghold to 68 points.
Antonio Felix da Costa claimed pole position for the second Berlin race by over 0.4 seconds as his domination of the Formula E season finale continued while his title rivals faltered.
Lucas di Grassi fired his Audi to the top of the times in final Formula E practice on the reversed Berlin circuit as only 0.9s covered the top six.