An angry Felipe Massa says he doesn’t understand the “inconsistent” Formula E stewards and has criticised his Venturi Racing team for mixing up its Berlin E-Prix strategy.
BMW’s Maximilian Gunther won the third Berlin E-Prix on Saturday evening at Tempelhof Airport, overtaking poleman Jean-Eric Vergne and then just fending off a charging Robin Frijns to the finish line.
DS Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne took pole position at the Tempelhof Airport circuit in Berlin, ending points leading teammate Antonio Felix da Costa’s streak as he failed to make the Super Pole session and will start in the midfield.
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.
It was open season as Formula E returned to action, with the championship contenders all close on points ahead of the six-part Berlin E-Prix. But after just two races, Antonio Felix da Costa's dominance this week has all but defused the title fight…
DS Techeetah’s Jean-Eric Vergne lamented a “nightmare” second Formula E race in Berlin, in which he struggled with tyre issues and a power cut to compound his misery.
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.
Formula E co-founder and chairman Alejandro Agag has become the second high-profile name in the championship to miss the Berlin races after testing positive for COVID-19.
Runaway Formula E points leader Antonio Felix da Costa insists DS Techeetah teammate Jean-Eric Vergne is “better” than he is, and says his Berlin win means more due to his previous experience of driving “the worst car on the grid”.
Andre Lotterer admits a driving error, when he missed the Formula E attack mode activation zone, cost him a chance of catching Berlin E-Prix winner Antonio Felix da Costa.
BMW Andretti’s Maximilian Gunther has been disqualified from the first Berlin E-Prix having exceeded the amount of useable energy available.
Antonio Felix da Costa survived late energy issues to score victory on Formula E’s return in Berlin as DS Techeetah teammate Jean-Eric Vergne slumped from second to 20th.
The Envision Virgin Racing outfit has become the first team in Formula E to be given a certified carbon neutral status.
Antonio Felix da Costa scored a critical third Formula E pole position for the first Berlin E-Prix with a stunning lap to beat his DS Techeetah teammate Jean-Eric Vergne.
Nyck de Vries took Mercedes to the top of the Formula E times in a tame second practice session at Tempelhof Airport ahead of the Berlin E-Prix.
Nissan driver Oliver Rowland topped the first practice session on the reversed Tempelhof Airport circuit for the Berlin E-Prix as the 2019-20 Formula E season finally resumed.
The Formula E paddock held a minute’s silence at Tempelhof Airport to commemorate those killed by the coronavirus, victims of discrimination and the recent death of a track builder.
After a five-month pause, the 2019-20 Formula E season finally resumes with a six-race Berlin showdown. Although anyone can still mathematically win, seven drivers stand above the rest based on form and history. Motorsport.com judges their credentials.
When Nick Cassidy starts his first Formula E race next January in Santiago, there will be plenty of people watching – the vast majority, most likely – who have seen little of the talented Kiwi in action for the last three years.
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