Oliver Rowland has won the ePrix virtual Berlin, the fifth race of the Formula E Race at the at Home Challenge. The driver of the Nissan and.dams has crushed the competition on the circuit of Tempelhof, placing himself behind the Mercedes of Stoffel Vandoorne and the Audi of Daniel Abt.
So in the top ten. After winning the BRDC Esports Championship at the beginning of this week, the twenty-seven the English took also the satisfaction of beating all of his colleagues the Formula, And today. A nothing is served the third consecutive pole position for Stoffel Vandoorne, who has not yet managed to capitalize on his great pace on a single lap. To carry high the German flag in my home race was Daniel Abt, who managed to conquer the podium in the virtual race, he had fought the pole to Vandoorne. Race in the media for Pascal Wehrlein: the driver of the Mahindra, after having won the last two races, today has not gone beyond the fourth place. It was much worse to Maximilian Günther, finished eighth after an accident.
Starting decisive. Also on this occasion, there was the usual tangle at the start, with Vandoorne, Abt, and Rowland, who are unscathed, and took the opportunity to build right from the start an advantage over others. And not missed the show at the end, with Rowland that he had to hold his shoulder, a battle-hardened super fast and Vandoorne. “In the last few races I have been unlucky, and today I have tried to keep me out of trouble,” explained the winner at the end of the race. “I was tense, because Stoffel was very fast and I knew I had to drive to perfection to keep him behind. I think that in the last three races had the same pace to fight with the first, but I could not ever put it all together. Today I made it!”.
The charts. Pascal Wehrlein stays on the top of the standings with 82 points, even if he sees reduced the advantage from Stoffel Vandoorne, who now pursues with 78 points. Third place went to Maximilian Günther with 71 points. To relive the excitement of the race, you can simply click play on the video below.
Source: Quattroruote.en – Edited by Anthon K.