The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship is back in Berlin for the double-header 2020/21 season finale. As the drivers face the tough Tempelhof Airport Circuit, who will be crowned as Formula E's first-ever FIA World Champion?
Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler) fired himself into the championship mix with a stunning victory in the BMW i Berlin E-Prix presented by CBMM Niobium Round 14, fending off ROKiT Venturi Racing's Edoardo Mortara by a tenth of-a-second while Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) rounded out the podium.
Nyck de Vries navigated a rollercoaster Season 7 finale in Berlin to become ABB FIA Formula E World Drivers' Champion, as Norman Nato (ROKiT Venturi Racing) steered to a composed maiden victory ahead of Nissan e.dams’ Oliver Rowland and Stoffel Vandoorne, while Mercedes-EQ sealed the Teams’ World Championship.
The circuit weaves its way around the giant apron section of Berlin's historic Tempelhof Airport. Drivers can expect a challenge with the high-grip concrete taking its toll on energy levels and race strategies.
On Saturday the pack will tackle the circuit in the traditional anti-clockwise, before it shifts direction for the very final race of the 2020/21 season. One race location flipped and reversed with two different circuits, the 24 world-class drivers will have some memory of the transforming layouts from Berlin last season as they put everything on the line for the last two rounds of Season 7.
Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing) - 1:08.350
Stoffel Vandoorne (Mercedes-EQ) - 1:08.635
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