Formula E has resumed its 2019/20 season after a lengthy five month break, but championship leader Antonio Felix da Costa proved that he’s still the man to beat as he secured a dominant win at the first of six races in Berlin. The DS Techeetah driver bagged the maximum 30-points haul after setting the fastest time in group qualifying, securing pole position, taking a lights-to-flag victory and setting the fastest lap – the first time in Formula E history that a driver has pulled off a clean sweep.
- Da Costa wins first Berlin E-Prix to extend championship lead
- Vergne drops from 2nd to 20th
- Mahindra Racing score 10 points with d’Ambrosio’s 5th place result
Da Costa takes victory while Vergne struggles
DS Techeetah enjoyed a strong race start, with both da Costa and Jean-Eric Vergne pulling away out at front. The pair maintained their advantage even after the…