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The final two rounds of the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship are almost upon us and with that, the culmination of the most intense finale in motorsport history. Here's all the key information to ensure you don't miss a minute of the Berlin E-Prix Rounds 10 & 11.
DS Techeetah and Antonio Felix da Costa may have wrapped up both the Driver and Teams' titles, but there is still a whole lot to decided in the final two races.
Second place is still up for grabs as Jean-Eric Vergne looks to secure DS Techeetah the first-ever one-two finish for a team in Formula E history. In the Teams' Championship, Nissan e.dams is on a run to spoil the chances for one of the four German automotive powerhouses looking to leave Berlin as the best of the rest.
All of this will play out as the 24 drivers face one of the most challenging layouts ever seen at the Berlin Tempelhof Airport.
The final double-header kicks off on Wednesday 12 August, with Practice 1 at 09:00 CEST followed by Practice 2 at 11:30 CEST. The grid will decided in qualifying and Super Pole at 14:15 CEST before the Berlin E-Prix Round 10 at 19:03 CEST.
Immediately on Thursday 13 August, it is the finale of the 2019/20 season. Practice 3 starts the day at 11:30 CEST with qualifying following at 14:15 CEST. Then commentator Jack Nicholls with say the famous words 'And We Go Green' for the final time of Season 6 at 19:03 CEST.
There's also support races in the form of last ever rounds of the Jaguar I-PACE eTROPHY. Both races will come to you live at 16:45 CEST here on FIAFormulaE.com and Formula E's official YouTube channel.
Don't miss a moment and make sure to sync the calendar to get broadcast reminders.
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