Berlin ePrix 2019

Berlin ePrix 2019: Berlin hosts the all-electric Formula E Championship in May 2019. The race will take place at the former Tempelhof Airport. Formula E Berlin  ePrix live stream, TV channel standings, results and schedule for huge 2019 race.

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Consisting of ten teams and 25 drivers, the official “FIA Formula E Championship” is made up of twelve rounds in different cities around the world. Berlin has been the venue of the ePrix since 2015, when it premiered on the Tempelhofer Feld at the former Tempelhof Airport.

Berlin ePrix 2019 at Tempelhof Airport

For the 2016 edition the Berlin ePrix was located to Karl-Marx-Allee in the eastern city centre. In 2017 the race returned to the former Tempelhof Airport where it premiered in 2015. There will be a revised version of the track, which is a 2.375 kilometers round circuit.

The Berlin leg of the season takes place this weekend at the Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit – can defending champ Vergne, 37, stay top of the pile?

When is the Berlin ePrix?
The Berlin ePrix takes place on Saturday, May 25 and starts at 12pm BST.

The race takes place from the Tempelhof Airport Street Circuit.

How can I watch it?
For UK viewers, the race will be shown live on BBC Red Button from 12pm.

The show starts on the channel at 11.30am.

What are the current standings?
Frenchman Vergne – who won the title last season – leads the standings by just one point ahead of DS Techeetah team-mate Andre Lotterer – a three-times Le Mans champion.

Drivers’ Championship Standings

1 Vergne – DS Techeetah – 87 pts
2 Lotterer – DS Techeetah – 86 pts
3 Frijins – Envision Virgin Racing – 81 pts
4 Da Costa – BMW i Andretti Motorsport – 70 pts
5 Di Grassi – Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler – 70 pts
6 Evans – Panasonic Jaguar Racing – 69 pts
7 D’Ambrosio – Mahindra Racing- 65 pts
8 Rowland – Nissan E.Dams – 59 pts
9 Abt – Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler – 59 pts
10 Bird – Envision Virgin Racing – 54 pts
Teams’ Championship Standings

1 DS Techeetah – 173 pts
2 Envision Virgin Racing – 135 pts
3 Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler – 129 pts
4 Mahindra Racing – 116 pts
5 Nissan e.dams – 99 pts
6 BMW i Andretti Motorspot – 88 pts
7 Venturi – 84 pts
8 Panasonic Jaguar Racing – 74 pts
9 HWA Racelab – 28 pts
10 Geox Dragon – 13 pts
11 NIO – 6 pts
What have been the results this season?
15 Dec 2018 – Ad Diriyah (pole: Da Costa, winner: Da Costa)
12 Jan 2019 – Marrakesh (pole: D’Ambrosio, winner: D’Ambrosio)
26 Jan 2019 – Santiago (pole; Buemi, winner: Bird)
16 Feb 2019 – Mexico City (pole: Wehrlein, winner: Di Grassi)
10 March 2019 – Hong Kong (pole: Vandoorne, winner: Mortara)
23 March 2019 – Sanya (pole: Rowland, winner: Vergne)
13 April 2019 – Rome (pole: Lotterer, winner: Evans)
27 April 2019 – Paris (pole: Rowland, winner: Frijins)
11 May 2019 – Monaco (pole: Rowland, winner: Vergne)

Upcoming schedule

Berlin – this Saturday, May 25

Bern – 22 June

New York City – 13 and 14 July

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