Back for the eighth year, the race takes place on the giant apron section of the historic Berlin Tempelhof Airport. Drivers can expect a challenge with two circuits over two days, as the Sunday's race will see the return of the reversed NILREB circuit for Round 8.
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 on Sunday, it's one race location flipped and reversed with two different circuits.
Mitch Evans (Jaguar Racing - 2020) - 1:08.350
Lucas di Grassi (Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler - 2021) - 1:08.305
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