Who's in the running for the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship? Here are the contenders, head-to-head

Who's in the running for the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship? Here are the contenders, head-to-head

There are an unbelievable 18 drivers still in mathematical contention for the Drivers' World Championship as the 2020/21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship heads to Berlin (14 & 15 August) for the last two rounds of the season at Tempelhof. The prize on offer? Maiden FIA World Championship honours. See how the contenders stack up, head-to-head.

Twelve teams, 10 manufacturers and a grid full of world-class racers have traded blows all year. Ten drivers have climbed the top step of the podium, every driver has scored a point and there's nothing to split the lead group after 13 rounds. 

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.

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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.

But who's got the edge? Take a look below and compare the contenders.