The German driver of Audi, Daniel Abt, has set the best pace in the superpole of the ePrix in Berlin. Therefore, he will start in first position at home. An astonishing Oliver Turvey will start second. The driver of Nextev has barely pass to the qualifying. However, once he was qualified, he has made a very competitive time only beaten by Abt.
The third qualified was no other than the Formula E leader, Jean-Eric Vergne. The French driver decided not to risk too much in his lap, because neither Bird nor Rosenqvist were at the superpole, so he had assured start in front of them. Jerome D’Ambrosio has been fourth more than a half second from Abt. Lucas Di Grassi has been the disappointment of the superpole. The Brazilian driver has made a mistake during his lap and he will start the race in fifth position.
After the drivers qualified for the superpole we find Felix Rosenqvist. The Mahindra driver, which is the third in the championship, he was in the last group with Di Grassi, Vergne, Buemi and Bird but he miss out the superpole. Sebastian Buemi has been seventh closet to the pace of the Swedish driver. Alex Lynn and Mitch Evans have been eighth and nineth, respetively. Sam Bird has been p10. The second of the general classification would gain positions during the race if he does not want to see Vergne proclaiming him champion of the electric competition. At this moment he is 31 points behind the French driver. If Vergne, scores 50 points or more in Berlin, he would win the championship.
Two drivers that did a disastrous time qualifying session were Nelson Piquet and André Lotterer. The Brazilian driver only could qualify at thirteenth place and the German driver of Renault will start the race only ahead of Filippi and Prost, being the last of his group.