Today, awaiting the TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E team drivers, was the first race of the doubleheader dipped in picturesque light. Neel Jani and André Lotterer had differing experiences today in Berlin. And yet, the good weighs out the bad.
The second doubleheader of the great Formula E finale on the former Berlin Tempelhof airport began with excellent weather and a low-hanging evening sun. This time, it went counterclockwise around the track. Due to a quick qualifying, Porsche driver André Lotterer launched into the race from 7th spot. After a great start, he managed to defend himself and solidify his position among the top 10. This is also where hard-fought battles for the positions broke out mere seconds after the start. The drivers didn’t give an inch in an extremely crowded field in the upper third: Under repeated attacks, the Porsche driver managed to continuously defend his position.