Berlin E-prix I (2020)
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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.
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.