Ex-F1 driver Stoffel Vandoorne cruised to victory at the final race of the 2019/20 Formula E season to hand Mercedes-Benz its first win in the all-electric racing series. The result helped Vandoorne seal 2nd place in the drivers’ standings.
Mercedes-Benz had double the reason to celebrate as Nyck de Vries crossed the line in 2nd place to hand the team a 1-2 finish in Berlin.
- Vandoorne beats Vergne and Buemi to 2nd place in drivers’ standings.
- Nissan and Mercedes-Benz take 2nd and 3rd place in the teams’ standings.
- Mahindra Racing defeats Venturi for 9th place overall.
1-2 finish for Mercedes-Benz
Having finally addressed his qualifying woes in Berlin, Vandoorne bagged pole position for the season finale. He remained in firm control out in the lead, only losing position when he moved off the line to activate both of his 35kW Attack Modes.