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– All-electric Formula E series heads to Berlin on Saturday, May 19 for round nine
– DS Virgin Racing in second place in both teams’ and drivers’ standings with four races remaining
– British team hoping to ‘raise a toast’ of its own on race day during Royal Wedding

While the Royal Wedding celebrations for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in full swing, the DS Virgin Racing Formula E Team will be hoping to raise a toast of its own on 19 May at the Formula E Berlin E-Prix. Read More »

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Omologato Watches have created a special edition chronograph to celebrate the historic maiden victory for the Mahindra Racing Formula E team at the Berlin ePrix.

Following a successful weekend for the team, Omologato is to create a limited run of special edition timepieces celebrating the first win for the Indian motor racing team. The watch incorporates an exclusive engraving of the Mahindra Formula E racing car in addition to #BerlinePrix Winners Edition text on the rear.

The Berlin ePrix Winners Edition perfectly commemorates the first victory for the team after Swedish driver Felix Rosenqvist took to the top step of the podium after a mature drive at the temporary Tempelhof Circuit, Germany. Read More »

Renault e.dams enjoyed a strong second race in the Berlin ePrix double header thanks to a victory from Séb Buemi and an eighth position from Nico Prost. Not only that, they extended their lead in the Teams’ Championship, while Séb Buemi remains the man to beat in the Drivers’ standings with a commanding advantage. Read More »

• Lucas di Grassi claims two podium finishes and makes up eleven points
• Daniel Abt also twice in points scoring positions
• ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport inspires fans in Berlin-Tempelhof

One pole position, two podiums and 56 points in total: Team ABT Schaeffler Audi Sport inspired the fans with its strong outing at the home Formula E race on the former airport in Berlin-Tempelhof. Read More »

DS Virgin Racing heads to Berlin for the seventh and eighth rounds of the all-electric 2016/2017 FIA Formula E Championship next weekend, ready to maximise their points tally after a podium finish in Paris and fastest laps scored from recent races.

The race in the German capital returns to the Tempelhof Airport for a double-header weekend on 10-11 June. Read More »

VW Berlin16– Daniel Abt finishes second and Lucas di Grassi takes third place in the Formula E race in the German capital
– Lucas di Grassi remains the leader in the driver standings

Berlin is always worth a visit, especially for Daniel Abt, who finished second in the Formula E race in the heart of Berlin with the Abt Schaeffler team from Germany. Read More »

DS Virgin Racing is now third overall in the FIA Formula E Championship standings after a strong drive from Jean-Eric Vergne was enough to push the team one position further up the leaderboard. Vergne’s performance also saw DS Virgin Racing secure their fourth pole position of the season, surpassing any other team.

DS Virgin Racing drivers Jean-Eric Vergne and Sam Bird finished P5 and P11 respectively at the Berlin ePrix.

The day got off to a flying start for the team after Free Practice 1 and Free Practice 2 went without a hitch. Read More »

Renault edams Berlin16bRenault e.dams enjoyed a superb FIA Formula E Berlin ePrix with an emphatic victory from Sébastien Buemi and a strong fourth position from Nico Prost to give an extended lead over their nearest rivals in the Teams’ championship. Séb also closed to just one point of the Drivers’ championship lead after the eighth round of the season. Read More »

As DS Virgin Racing prepares to race on the streets of the German capital in the eighth round of the FIA Formula E Championship, the team is seeking to carry through the form it displayed at the last race in Paris to ensure a top three position in the constructor standings by the season end.

There are currently just six points separating DS Virgin Racing and their third place competitors, Dragon Racing, in the championship standings. In the wake of Moscow being cancelled, Berlin (Saturday 21 May) has become the penultimate European location ahead of the season finale in London which will host the two concluding races on Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 July in Battersea Park. Read More »