The German driver of Audi imposes himself without encountering resistance in the Formula E ePrix in Berlin, after the pole position of this morning. Di Grassi contributed to the Audi one-two, ending in second position. The leader of the championship, Jean-Eric Vergne, completed the pódium.

Abt did a great start and maintained the first position without problems. D’Ambrossio, overtook Vergne and he obtained the third position. Rosenqvist who started in p6 went straight at the first turn and he became fifteenth.

On the 3 lap, Di Grassi had a better pace than D’Ambrosio and overtook him after coming from the fifth position with the good pace. Also, Buemi overtook the Belgian driver.

On the 6 lap Mitch Evans overtook Bird, the second at the general classification of the championship, who was in eighth position.

Before to pitt and make changes in the single-seater, Daniel Abt had a 4 second gap from Di Grassi. Behind, Vergne was third after suffering problems of nopower during a few laps. However, the French driver regained the podium position after an extreme overtake to Buemi, ending with a little touch between them. He became fourth after starting from the seventh position.

After the pitt, Di Grassi left boxes with less than a second gap from his team mate. Behind, Buemi overtook Vergne, and D’Ambrosio overtook Evans, the last one found his team mate pitting just at the same time that his team mate wanted to come out with his second single-seater.

On the 34 lap, Vergne regained the third position, after overtake again the Swiss driver. Abt crossed the finish line at the first position ahead from his team mate Di Grassi and complete the Audi one-two. The third was Vergne (even more leader with an advantage of 40 points), after overcoming Bird, and Rosenqvist. The top 10 was: Buemi, was fourth, Turvey was fifth who suffered due to his batteries, Evans sixth, Bird seventh,  Engel eighth,  Lotterer nineth and Heifeld tenth.