Formula E’s great and good land in Germany for the fourth successive year this weekend, with Tempelhof airport hosting 2018’s Berlin ePrix. The specially designed course hosted two races at the beginning of last season, with Sebastien Buemi taking the honours on day one and Felix Rosenqvist conquering day two.
Paris is the next stop for the Formula E bandwagon, as the driver’s championship hots up. The big names of the past have struggled to make an impact this time around, and those who have been lurking in the shadows are making a play for the title.
Jean-Eric Vergne leads the drivers’ standings as the Formula E circus hits Rome for the first time on Saturday 14th April.
After making such an impact opening the Formula E calendar last year, the Hong Kong E-Prix has been extended to two days for 2017/18 - the first Asian double header in the sport’s four-season history.
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