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Formula E: Berlin ePrix 2023 result

ONE WEEKEND, TWO RACES – The World Championship is back Formula E with the double challenge on the German circuit of Berlin housed in Tempelhof airport. Due ePrix spectacular and full of twists that did not disappoint expectations. In the first ePrix, that of Saturday 22 April, Jaguar scored a double with Evans and Sam Bird who preceded Günther’s Maserati. While in the ePrix on Sunday 23 April it was Nick Cassidy of the Envision Racing team who took the victory, preceding Jake Dennis (Avalanche Andretti) and Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Penske.


With the race 1 victory Mitch Evans (Below is the video summary) earned his second hit of the season. Also noteworthy is the historic first podium for Maserati in the electric competition, achieved thanks to a tough Maximilian Günther. Overall, during the 43 laps of the Berlin ePrix. seventh round of the season, there were no less than 23 changes at the top, two safety cars and numerous yellow flags, even if the race was decided in the closing laps.

When the traffic lights went out, Sebastien Buemi, who had taken pole, was slipped by Dan Ticktum (Nio 333), fourth on the grid. But the leadership of the Nio333 pilot was short-lived. In fact, after theentry of the safety car recalled following the contact between Sergio Sette Camara and René Rast, Edoardo Mortara (Maserati) is in command of operations, with Ticktum, who, when the safety car came back, first got stuck in the middle of the group and then caused a accident which put him offside together with Stoffel Vandoorne.

In the final laps Evans overtook his teammate Bird, who however managed to get rid of Buemi. The Swiss driver was also overtaken by Günther (Maserati) at the last corner.


In the second race of the German ePrix (Below is the video summary), eighth round of the season, it was Nick Cassidy who smiled. The New Zealander of the Envision Racing team beats Jake Dennis (Avalanche Andretti) in the sprint, making a strong comeback in the championship, just four lengths behind Pascal Wehrlein. Third place for Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Penske).

Race 2 was also full of twists, with the leadership of the two single-seaters of the Cupra ABT which did not last long. The central phase of the race was rather interlocutory, with the drivers trying to preserve their battery. Cassidy, in the middle of the race, however, decided to shake up the ePrix and, with a series of overtakings, managed to gain several positions until reaching the lead.

Jack Dennis, after four dry ePrixes, despite having missed the decisive overtaking for the victory, managed to bring home a very important second place. With the results of race 2 leading the drivers’ championship there is still Wehrlein (Porsche) 100 points, over Cassidy (Envision) 96 and Vergne (DS Penske) 81.

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