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Sport Felix Da Costa wins championship title - Formula E Berlin - Races 3 & 4

17:55  10 august  2020
17:55  10 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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This was the sixth of 11 Formula E races in the 2019-20 campaign. After beginning the day with an 11-point lead over New Zealand’s Mitch Evans, Da Costa took the maximum 30 on offer – 25 for the race win , three for pole position and one apiece for the fastest laps in the race and in qualifying

Felix Rosenqvist at the 2017 Berlin ePrix, showing the updated season 3 spec front wing. After the first race in New York City, Jean-Eric Vergne won his second Formula E championship ^ " Da Costa joins championship - winning team DS Techeetah". Formula E . Retrieved 18 October 2019.

  Felix Da Costa holt Meistertitel - Formel E Berlin - Rennen 3 & 4 © Formula E

The Formula E title decision was made in the third to last race in Berlin. António Félix da Costa brought his DS-Techeetah to the finish behind team mate Jean-Eric Vergne and celebrated his first championship title in the electric racing series.

The Portuguese has so far won two of the four Berlin races that took place at Tempelhof Airport until Sunday evening. Equally superior, da Costa's French-Chinese racing team won the constructors' title for the second time in a row. What a defeat for the factory teams of the premium manufacturers Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Jaguar and Porsche.

DS-Techeetah vastly superior

A look at the table shows why this is so shocking for the competition: The French Chinese have accumulated 236 points in the nine (of eleven) races of the season so far, almost twice as many as the runner-up, the Elektro -Equipe from Nissan (Ex-Renault). The almost completely assembled manufacturers from the premium elite league were all not constant enough to stand up to DS-Techeetah.

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The Techeetah drivers are different: Da Costa took two wins in the first four of the six Berlin races and no fewer than 89 out of a possible 120 points. DS-Techeetah co-owner Jean-Éric Vergne, double champion and defending champion, got better and better after teething problems. The Frenchman contributed 49 points, which gave DS-Techeetah the title in the constructors' championship for the second time in a row.

Mark Preston, Techeetah's always casual and relaxed team boss, had a simple explanation for the extreme superiority of his team: "We just have the best drivers."

Rast paid a lot of hard work

BMW man Maximilian Günther, who came to Berlin as a title contender, took his second win of the season in the race on Saturday. But the Allgäuer also managed three clear rounds, twice because of accidents he was responsible for. His teammate Alexander Sims disappeared completely into oblivion: the bearded Briton only got three points.

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Report: Vergne closes in on Formula E title . Round 10 - Berlin . Podium: 1. Antonio Felix da Costa (BMW Andretti), 2. Jean-Eric Vergne (DS Techeetah), 3 . Jerome D'Ambrosio (Mahindra Racing ). Report: Da Costa wins opening race in Saudi Arabia. Catch-up. You can view BBC Sport output as

Daniel Abt had all his points taken away after the Berlin race as he was found to have used professional gamer, Lorenz Hörzing in his place. António Félix da Costa . Those who already made it into the championship , but failed to pre-qualify for any given round, are only listed in the

Bad mood at Porsche too. Strictly speaking, a one-car team, because Neel Jani has not scored a single point so far. André Lotterer accumulated 32 points in the unofficial "Berlin evaluation". This made the German the fourth most successful in Berlin so far behind the aces of Techeetah and Sébastien Buemi (Nissan, 40). There are still two runs left.

At Audi, the burden was solely on Lucas di Grassi. The Brazilian scored 31 points in the capital. Formula E newcomer René Rast was only able to finish in the top 10. Mercedes pulled out of the affair properly: Stoffel Vandoorne scored 19 points, Nyck de Vries 29 points. Jaguar experienced a sudden crash: jumped as a tiger, landed as a bedside rug. The nine points from four races by Mitch Evans are out of the question for a title contender.

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