27 Sep 21
- FAN ZONE
Your one-stop shop for all the live action from the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship. Bringing all the live timing, news and more, from the season finale in Berlin, Germany.
The 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship reaches its climax this weekend with a double-header at the BMW i Berlin E-Prix presented by CBMM Niobium, and the prize on offer is maiden FIA World Championship honours.
With two rounds left to run there are 18 drivers still in mathematical contention for the Drivers' World Championship, illustrating just how hard fought, unpredictable, and competitive this season has been, even by Formula E’s standards.
Mercedes-EQ’s Nyck de Vries heads the way with a narrow six-point lead over Robin Frijns (Envision Virgin Racing) after a pair of second-placed finishes in London while the pacesetter heading into his home E-Prix, Sam Bird (Jaguar Racing), sits third, level with fellow Brit Jake Dennis (BMW i Andretti Motorsport) in the points table after a second race win for the rookie last time out at the ExCeL Circuit.
Reigning champion Antonio Felix da Costa (DS TECHEETAH) is primed and ready to pounce in fifth, within 15 points of Dutchman de Vries as he seeks to retain his crown.
One win could change everything in the Teams' table, too, with Envision Virgin Racing leading the way from the manufacturer might of Mercedes-EQ and Jaguar Racing by seven and nine points, respectively. Teams' incumbents DS TECHEETAH are waiting in the wings 17 points back from the leaders.
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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