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2019/20 Formula E Season
Antonio Felix da Costa 2020
Porsche are one of two manufacturers set to enter FE in 2019/20.
Season Information
No. Rounds 8 (11 Races)
First Round Flag of Saudi Arabia 2019 Ad Diriyah E-Prix I
Last Round Flag of Germany 2020 Berlin E-Prix VI
Entrants Audi Sport; BMW; DS; Jaguar; Mahindra; Mercedes; NIO; Nissan; Penske; Porsche
Tyre(s) Flag of France Michelin
Drivers Championship
Champion Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa 156 Pt(s)
3 Win(s), 3 Pole(s) 3 Fastest Lap(s)
Second Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne 87 Pt(s)
1 Win(s), 1 Pole(s) 1 Fastest Lap(s)
Third Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne 86 Pt(s)
1 Win(s), 1 Pole(s), 0 Fastest Lap(s)
Teams Championship
Champion Flag of China DS Techeetah 244 Pt(s)
4 Win(s), 5 Pole(s) 3 Fastest Lap(s)
Second Flag of France Nissan e.Dams 167 Pt(s)
1 Win(s), 1 Pole(s) 1 Fastest Lap(s)
Third Flag of Germany Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team 147 Pt(s)
1 Win(s), 1 Pole(s) 1 Fastest Lap(s)
Season Guide
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The 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship, otherwise known as the 2019/20 Formula E Season, was the sixth season of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, originally set to be held between December 2019 and July 2020.[1] The 2019/20 season was one of the most anticipated seasons in FE's short history, as German manufacturers Mercedes-Benz and Porsche joined the series to increase the field to 24 cars.[2][3]

Jean-Éric Vergne would start the season as the reigning Champion, with his team DS Techeetah likewise starting the season as the Teams' Champions.[4] Furthermore, a fourteen race calendar was organised ahead of the campaign, featuring races in Diriyah, Santiago, Mexico City, Marrakesh, Sanya, Berlin, Paris, Rome, Seoul, Jakarta, New York City and London.[5]

The season opened with Vergne and new teammate António Félix da Costa failing to score in the opening race in Diriyah, as Sam Bird opened the season with victory.[6] Alexander Sims then claimed victory in the second Diriyah Race, before his new teammate Maximilian Günther scored victory in Santiago.[7]

Mitch Evans would then score a victory with a commanding run at the 2020 Mexico City E-Prix, before da Costa opened his account with victory at the 2020 Marrakesh E-Prix.[8] However, that race would be run under a heavy cloud, with factors outside of the Series' control moving to curtail the season.[9]

Indeed, the season would be heavily affected by the outbreak of COVID-19 midway through the season, which led to the cancellation of multiple E-Prix in early 2020.[9] This was escalated to a full suspension of the series by the FIA and FE when the World Health Organisation declared the outbreak a global pandemic, which lasted for four months between March and July.[10]

After countries managed to control and reduce the number of Covid-19 infections, FE organised a six race season finale in Berlin, using three variations of the Tempelhofring.[11] The finale was scheduled for the 5 - 13 August 2020, with three pairs of races across nine days to complete the season, with start of the 2020/21 season pushed back to January 2021.[11]

Arriving in Berlin there were six drivers within a maximum score at the top of the Championship, with da Costa leading the charge.[12] However, two stunning victories for the Portuguese racer, combined with a fourth and a second in the second pair of races, ensured that da Costa claimed the title with two races to spare.[13] Furthermore, a first victory of the campaign for Vergne in the 2020 Berlin E-Prix IV ensured that DS Techeetah secured the Teams' Championship with time in hand.[13]

The final two races would hence be about the fight for second, with Stoffel Vandoorne ultimately taking the runner-up spot with a maiden victory for himself and Mercedes.[14] Oliver Rowland would also pick up a maiden win in the 2020 Berlin E-Prix V, which helped to push Nissan e.Dams into second in the Teams' Championship, ahead of debutantes Mercedes.[14]

Come the end of the season 28 drivers had taken part in the Championship, with the majority of changes enforced due to changes in situation during the four month break. Of these, 23 drivers would score points, fourteen would finish on the podium, eight claim victory, and five would make their FE debuts.

Away from the Championship, FE would host the Formula E Race at Home Challenge in support of Unicef, a virtual Championship using rFactor2 during the enforced break.[15] Vandoorne would go on to win the title ahead of Pascal Wehrlein, while Daniel Abt managed to lose his real world racing seat with Audi after being caught cheating during the virtual series.[16]

Background

Calendar

Early news of the 2019/20 calendar came shortly before the start of the 2018/19 season, with reports of a deal for the South Korean capital of Seoul to host its first E-Prix in 2020.[17] This was part of a plan to establish an Asian leg of the Championship, based around the Hong Kong E-Prix, which was initially set for a date in March 2020.[17] Elsewhere, the second confirmed venue for the 2019/20 season would see the series return to London for the first time since 2016, with a new circuit based around the ExCel Arena planned to host the season finale in July 2020.[18]

A Provisional Performance

The first full, provisional, calendar for the 2019/20 season was released on the 14 June 2019, with fourteen rounds scheduled.[5] The season was to start in Diriyah in Saudi Arabia, with a double header planned across the 22/23 November 2019.[5] A TBC followed, scheduled for the 14 December, before the first FE race of 2020 was set to be staged in Santiago, Chile, on 18 January.[5]

Race five would be staged in Mexico City in February, before an Asian double header in Hong Kong and a second race in China, which was not announced on the provisional calendar.[5] The European season followed, opening with a race in Rome on 4 April 2020, two weeks before the field headed to Paris.[5] The visit to Seoul interrupted the European campaign on the 3 May, with the field returning to fight in Berlin on the 30 May.[5]

The final "fly-away" race of the season would be staged in New York City on 20 June, prior to the season finale, to be held in London.[5] As ever, FE would be completed by a double-header, with two races in the ExCel Centre to be held on the 25/26 July 2020.[5] A late revision to the calendar would alter the schedule, however, with the addition of the inaugural Jakarta E-Prix in place of one of the two TBAs, to be held on the 6 June 2020.[19]

Late Revision

The final full season calendar was formally announced at the World MotorSport Council meeting on 4 October 2019, which saw Hong Kong drop off the calendar in favour of the Marrakech E-Prix due to ongoing political protests at the time, while Sanya returned to fill the last remaining TBA slot, scheduled for the 21 March 2020.[20] That controversially ensured that there would be a direct clash with the World Endurance Championship, although the other clashing date, 14 December 2019, was dropped by FE completely.[20] Elsewhere, the Jakarta E-Prix swapped places with Berlin, with the latter's date changed to the 21 June 2020.[20]

Coronavirus Complications

On 2 February 2020, it was announced that the Sanya E-Prix would be postponed, with a view to be cancelled, due to the ongoing Wuhan coronavirus outbreak.[21] The impact of the Wuhan Coronavirus, renamed COVID-19, outbreak extended into March and April, with FE announcing the postponement of the Rome E-Prix on 6 March 2020.[22] The inaugural Jakarta E-Prix was also postponed on 11 March 2020, although FE did commit to finding an alternate date for the race.[23]

On 13 March 2020 the FE Championship was formally suspended for two months, resulting in the postponement of the Paris and Seoul E-Prix.[10] On 1 May 2020 it was announced that the races in London and New York had been cancelled outright, for both the ExCeL Arena in London and Pier 11 in New York had been converted into temporary hospitals to help deal with the COVID-19 outbreak.[24][25]

Berlin Bounties

After the series of cancellations, Formula E Holdings entered negotiations with Tempelhof Airport and the Berlin city authorities to organise a means to complete the season, and ensure that it could be classed as a Championship.[11] The result would be a six race special held exclusively at Tempelhof, with three pairs of races held on different circuit configurations to ensure that there would be some variety to the rounds.[11] The races were scheduled between 5 and 13 August, with two days between each pair of races to ensure that the circuit could be changed.[11]

Schedule

The full calendar for the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship is outlined below:

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship
Round E-Prix City Circuit Date Report
1 Flag of Saudi Arabia 2019 SAUDIA Diriyah E-Prix Flag of Riyadh Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia Ad Diriyah Street Circuit 22 November 2019[5] Report
2 Flag of Saudi Arabia 2019 SAUDIA Diriyah E-Prix Flag of Riyadh Ad Diriyah, Saudi Arabia Ad Diriyah Street Circuit 23 November 2019[5] Report
3 Flag of Chile 2020 Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix Flag of Santiago Santiago, Chile Parque O'Higgins Circuit 18 January 2020[5] Report
4 Flag of Mexico 2020 ABB FIA Formula E Mexico City E-Prix Flag of Mexico City Mexico City, Mexico Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez 15 February 2020[5] Report
5 Flag of Morocco 2020 ABB FIA Formula E Marrakech E-Prix Flag of Morocco Marrakesh, Morocco Circuit Moulay El Hassan 29 February 2020[20] Report
6 Flag of Germany 2020 Berlin E-Prix I Race 1 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofring Reverse 5 August 2020[11] Report
7 Flag of Germany 2020 Berlin E-Prix I Race 2 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofring Reverse 6 August 2020[11] Report
8 Flag of Germany 2020 BMW i Berlin E-Prix II Race 1 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofring 8 August 2020[11] Report
9 Flag of Germany 2020 BMW i Berlin E-Prix II Race 2 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofring 9 August 2020[11] Report
10 Flag of Germany 2020 Heineken Berlin E-Prix III Race 1 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofer Park 12 August 2020[11] Report
11 Flag of Germany 2020 Heineken Berlin E-Prix III Race 2 Flag of Berlin Berlin, Germany Tempelhofer Park 13 August 2020[11] Report
2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Tests
I Flag of Spain 2019 Valencia Pre-Season Test Flag of Valencia Valencia, Spain Circuit Ricardo Tormo 15 - 18 October 2019[26] Report
II Flag of Morocco 2020 Rookie Test Flag of Morocco Marrakech, Morocco Circuit Moulay El Hassan 1 March 2020[27] Report
Postponed/Cancelled
CAN Flag of China 2020 FWD Sanya E-Prix Flag of China Sanya, China Haitang Bay Circuit 21 March 2020[21]
CAN Flag of Italy 2020 ABB FIA Formula E Rome E-Prix Flag of Rome Rome, Italy Circuito Cittadino dell’EUR 4 April 2020[5][22]
CAN Flag of Indonesia 2020 ABB FIA Formula E Jakarta E-Prix Flag of Jakarta Jakarta, Indonesia TBA 6 June 2020[19][9]
CAN Flag of France 2020 Qatar Airways Paris E-Prix Flag of Paris Paris, France Circuit des Invalides 18 April 2020[5][28]
CAN Flag of South Korea 2020 ABB FIA Formula E Seoul E-Prix Flag of Seoul Seoul, South Korea Seoul Street Circuit 3 May 2020[17]
CAN Flag of the United States 2020 Qatar Airways New York City E-Prix Flag of New York New York City, USA Brooklyn Street Circuit 11 July 2020[20][25]
CAN Flag of the United Kingdom 2020 ABB FIA Formula E London E-Prix Flag of London London, UK ExCeL E-Prix Circuit 25 July 2020[18][24]
CAN Flag of the United Kingdom 2020 ABB FIA Formula E London E-Prix Flag of London London, UK ExCeL E-Prix Circuit 26 July 2020[18]

Entrants

Season Entry

The full 2019/20 FIA Formula E Championship entry list will be outlined below:

2019/20 FIA Formula E Championship Entry List
Entrant No. Name Rounds Test/Reserve
Flag of Germany Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler[29][30]
Audi e-tron FE06[31]
11 Flag of Brazil Lucas di Grassi[32] All
66 Flag of Germany Daniel Abt[32] 1-5
Flag of Germany René Rast[33] 6-11
Flag of the United States BMW i Andretti Motorsport[29][30]
BMW iFE.20[34]
27 Flag of the United Kingdom Alexander Sims[35][36] All
28 Flag of Germany Maximilian Günther[37] All
Flag of China DS Techeetah[29][30]
DS E-Tense FE20[38]
13 Flag of Portugal António Félix da Costa[39][40] All Flag of the United Kingdom James Rossiter[41]
25 Flag of France Jean-Éric Vergne[42] All
Flag of the United Kingdom Envision Virgin Racing[30][43]
Audi e-tron FE06[44]
2 Flag of the United Kingdom Sam Bird[44][45] All
4 Dutch Flag Robin Frijns[44][45] All
Flag of the United States GEOX DRAGON[29][30]
Penske EV-4
6 Flag of New Zealand Brendon Hartley[46][47] 1-5 Flag of Sweden Joel Eriksson[48]
Flag of Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara[49]
Flag of Brazil Sérgio Sette Câmara[50] 6-11
7 Flag of Switzerland Nico Müller[51] All
Flag of India Mahindra Racing[29][30]
Mahindra M6Electro[52]
64 Flag of Belgium Jérôme d'Ambrosio[52] All Flag of Germany Nick Heidfeld[52]
94 Flag of Germany Pascal Wehrlein[52] 1-5
Flag of the United Kingdom Alex Lynn[53] 6-11
Flag of Germany Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team*[29][30][54]
Mercedes-Benz EQ Silver Arrow 01[55]
5 Flag of Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne[56][55] All Flag of the United Kingdom Gary Paffett[57]
Flag of Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez[58]
Flag of Spain Daniel Juncadella[59]
17 Dutch Flag Nyck de Vries[55] All
Flag of China NIO 333 FE Team*[29][30]
NIO FE-005[60][34]
3 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Turvey[61] All
33 Flag of China Ma Qing Hua[60] 1-5
Flag of Germany Daniel Abt[62] 6-11
Flag of France Nissan e.Dams[29]
Nissan IM02[34]
22 Flag of the United Kingdom Oliver Rowland[63] All
23 Flag of Switzerland Sebastien Buemi[63] All
Flag of the United Kingdom Panasonic Jaguar Racing[29][30]
Jaguar I-Type IV
20 Flag of New Zealand Mitch Evans[64][65] All Flag of the United Kingdom Alex Lynn[66]
Flag of the United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist[67]
51 Flag of the United Kingdom James Calado[68] 1-9
Flag of the United Kingdom Tom Blomqvist[69] 10-11
Flag of Monaco ROKiT Venturi Racing[29][30][70][71]
Mercedes-Benz EQ Silver Arrow 01
19 Flag of Brazil Felipe Massa[72] All Flag of France Norman Nato[73]
Flag of Monaco Arthur Leclerc[73]
48 Flag of Switzerland Edoardo Mortara[74] All
Flag of Germany TAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team[29][30][3][75]
Porsche 99X Electric
18 Flag of Switzerland Neel Jani[76] All Flag of Austria Thomas Preining[77]
Flag of Switzerland Simona de Silvestro[77]
36 Flag of Germany André Lotterer[78] All
Source:[79]

Season Report

Pre-season

Race One: Diriyah E-Prix I (22 November 2019)

The opening race of the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship was staged on 22 November 2019 at the Ad Diriyah Street Circuit in Diriyah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with sponsorship from SAUDIA.[5]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2019 Diriyah E-Prix I article.

Qualifying groups for the opening round of the 2019/20 season were based on Championship positions from the 2018/19 campaign, with the top six from that season starting in group one, while the series' five rookies would qualify in group four.[81] It was Sam Bird who emerged fastest in the group stage from the second sextet, joined by debutante Nyck de Vries, Stoffel Vandoorne (both debuting the new Mercedes entry), Edoardo Mortara (Venturi Mercedes), Alexander Sims (BMW-Andretti) and Jérôme d'Ambrosio (Mahindra).[81] Ultimately, however, it was Sims who emerged from Super Pole with pole position, beating Vandoorne by a quarter of a second.[81]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2019 Diriyah E-Prix I article.

Ad Diriyah Layout 2019

The Ad Diriyah Street Circuit opened the sixth FE season.

The start of the opening round saw Sims convert pole into an early lead off the grid, while Vandoorne and de Vries held station in second and third.[6] Elsewhere, Jean-Éric Vergne would make an early rise up towards the points after a disappointing qualifying session, while Sébastien Buemi became the first retirement of the season.[6] He joined debutante Nico Müller on the sidelines, with the Swiss racer having had to sit out the opening race after crashing heavily in qualifying.[6]

Attack Mode came into play on lap four, with Bird the first man amongst the lead group to take it, and duly managed to elbow his way past Mortara before catching the lead trio.[6] The second AM boost then carried the Brit past de Vries for third, before he would follow Vandoorne through past Sims to claim second.[6] A lap later and Bird was selling the Dutchman a dummy into the turn eighteen/nineteen chicane to secure the lead, before powering away at the head of the field.[6]

Sims' race collapsed after that, with the Brit slipping down the field as André Lotterer climbed up the order to third.[6] That became second when Vandoorne armed AM for the second time, although the Belgian racer was unable to use the boost to his advantage due to a late Safety Car.[6] Indeed, a big accident for Daniel Abt would settle the race despite a late restart, with Bird maintaining the lead to claim victory ahead of Lotterer and Vandoorne.[6]

Race Two: Diriyah E-Prix II (23 November 2019)

The second part of the season opening weekend would be staged on 23 November 2019 on an unchanged Ad Diriyah Street Circuit in Diriyah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.[5]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2019 Diriyah E-Prix II article.

Ahead of the second day of running at Diriyah there were some minor revisions to the circuit, with a barrier moved on the inside of turn four to cover some bumps, at the cost of narrowing the circuit.[82] António Félix da Costa would emerge from the group stage as the fastest driver, with Buemi, d'Ambrosio, Sims, Lucas di Grassi and Mitch Evans also making it into Super Pole.[82] However there would, once again, be no beating Sims in the shootout, with the Brit claiming his third straight pole position ahead of Buemi.[82]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2019 Diriyah E-Prix II article.

Sims once again translated pole into a race lead when the lights went out, while di Grassi moved up to challenge Buemi for second.[83] Evans and Bird would also make strong starts to chase after da Costa, with the top six quickly breaking clear of the rest of the field.[83] Indeed, da Costa would go on elbow his way past di Grassi to attack Buemi while, out front, Sims managed to arm Attack Mode without losing the lead.[83]

Unfortunately for da Costa his race would unravel after pitching Buemi into a spin, the result of the Swiss racer making a late move to arm AM.[83] Behind, Bird would lose out to Evans after a failed lunge at di Grassi, with the Brit trying in vain to hold on around the outside of the New Zealander through the first sector, before running out of grip a turn four and sliding into the outside wall.[83] Contact with Pascal Wehrlein then sealed his fate, with a Safety Car scrambled to allow the Brit to be retrieved.[83]

Before the restart there would be a lot of chaos over AM, with da Costa almost overtaking Sims when the Brit armed AM, while he carried on without it.[83] Other drivers were, however, found to have overtaken their rivals, with Maximilian Günther, de Vries and Ma Qing Hua penalised for their actions.[83] Regardless, Sims would break clear at the head of the field unopposed, and would only be reined in again when Robin Frijns crashed out in the #4 Envision Virgin.[83]

The race resumed for the final time with a few minutes remaining, with Sims duly sweeping to his maiden FE victory ahead of teammate Günther, di Grassi and Vandoorne.[83] However, once Günther was found to have overtaken behind the first SC he was thrown down to eleventh, resulting in di Grassi and Vandoorne rising up to second and third.[83]

Race Three: Santiago E-Prix (18 January 2020)

The first E-Prix of 2020 was held on the Parque O'Higgins Circuit in Santiago, Chile, on 18 January 2020, with the circuit revised with a removal of the chicane at the back of the circuit, as well as a revision to final hairpins.[5]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Santiago E-Prix article.

Qualifying for the second Santiago E-Prix would be dominated by those in groups three and four, with Evans, Günther and Wehrlein making it to Super Pole from group three, while Buemi, Felipe Massa and a surprised Oliver Turvey moved up from group four.[84] Evans duly emerged on pole having topped the group stage, finding a tenth on his earlier time to beat Günther in the shootout.[84] There was some controversy during the session as Günther was initially excluded for leaving the pitlane when the red light was on, although this was revoked after replays and timing screens showed that he had crossed the pit-exit line before the red light came on.[84]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Santiago E-Prix article.

Very high temperatures in Santiago caused several teams to panic about battery temperatures, although when the lights went out Evans would have no such concerns, sprinting away into an early lead.[7] Günther, meanwhile, would battle the dust in the off-line second place grid slot, and hence lost out to Wehrlein in the sprint through the first corners.[7] Behind, it was a fairly clean start, with little action of note in the early stages barring a brief Full Course Yellow when Sims stopped on track on lap six.[7]

After that interruption there would be more action, with Oliver Rowland spinning Bird to the back of the field, while Evans used both of his Attack Mode boosts within the first fifteen minutes to build a lead.[7] Behind, Günther briefly slipped behind Edoardo Mortara before rally back to claim second from Wehrlein, before swiftly destroying Evans' early lead.[7] He duly shot past the #20 Jaguar before breaking away with AM, while Evans ran in a lonely second.[7]

Behind, Wehrlein would get involved in two intra-team fights, with the two Venturis of Mortara and Massa tripping over each other, before Vergne and da Costa came to blows when the Frenchman made a very aggressive, defensive move.[7] Indeed, contact between the two resulted in the front wing of Vergne's car collapsing on his front right tyre, which rubbed for half a lap before failing in the closing minutes.[7] As he limped to retire da Costa had a late tear, storming past Evans before catching Günther with time running out.[7]

A series of stunning laps and a robust move later and da Costa was ahead, although his aggressive move was met by warnings that his battery temperatures were excessively high.[7] On the final lap the Portuguese racer was in serious trouble, and as they entered turn eight Günther was able to dance past the #13 DS Techeetah and claim victory, much to da Costa's ire.[7] da Costa would, however, secure second ahead of Evans, while sixth place for Vandoorne elevated him to the lead of the Championship.[7]

Race Four: Mexico City E-Prix (15 February 2020)

Mexico City would host the fourth race of the 2019/20 season, with the Formula E field using an extended version of the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez E-Prix circuit on 15 February 2020.[5]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Mexico City E-Prix article.

Due to the more permanent nature of the Mexico City E-Prix circuit, track evolution would have very little impact on qualifying, with the majority of Super Pole spots taken by drivers in group two.[85] Evans led the charge into the shootout ahead of fellow G2 drivers de Vries, Lotterer and Wehrlein, Buemi put in a late charge in group four to join them, while Bird hung on to the final spot despite qualifying in group one.[85] The shootout was subsequently won by Lotterer, claiming a maiden pole position for Porsche in only their fourth E-Prix.[85]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Mexico City E-Prix article.

2020 Mexico City E-Prix Lap One

Mitch Evans broke clear of the field at the start of the 2020 Mexico City E-Prix.

Unfortunately for Lotterer he would be powerless to prevent Evans from charging past at the start, with the #20 Jaguar making an early break at the head of the field.[86] Lotterer then ran wide at turn one and let de Vries and Buemi past, with de Vries trying a failing to take the lead from Evans into turn three and lost out to Buemi.[86] Otherwise, the order would quickly settle down, before Nico Müller misjudged his braking point into turn one at the start of lap two and ploughed head on into the barriers.[86]

A five minute Safety Car period followed to drag the #7 GEOX DRAGON out of the barriers, before Evans sprinted away to secure the lead.[86] Behind, Buemi and de Vries squabbled over second, while Lotterer smacked the back of the Dutchman's Mercedes and punctured his own front right tyre.[86] Elsewhere, Massa was elbowed out of the pack and smacked the wall at the exit of turn one, while Vergne and da Costa began picking their way up the field.[86]

Indeed, the two DS Techeetahs would ominously move into third and fourth after de Vries smashed into Frijns and took both of the Dutchmen out, the result of a major failure at the rear of his car when using FanBoost.[86] The two black-gold cars then tripped over each other when arming AM while hunting Buemi, before da Costa broke away and passed the #23 Nissan e.Dams.[86] Yet, the Portuguese racer would run out of time to catch a dominant Evans out front, with the New Zealander moving to the head of the Championship as a result.[86]

Race Five: Marrakesh E-Prix (29 February 2020)

After the removal of the Hong Kong E-Prix due to civil unrest in the Special Administrative Region, the Marrakesh E-Prix in Morocco was restored to the calendar.[20] The series would use the familiar Circuit Moulay El Hassan on 29 February 2020, with the annual Rookie Test staged on 1 March 2020 the day after the race.[20]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Marrakesh E-Prix article.

The semi-permanent nature of the Marrakesh circuit ensured that, much like the Mexico City E-Prix, there would be less track evolution during qualifying, with the circuit maintaining the same level of grip.[87] As a result, António Félix da Costa was able to survive from group one, while Maximilian Günther headed the charge from group two, joined by André Lotterer, Nyck de Vries and Edoardo Mortara, while Sébastien Buemi secured his Super Pole spot from group three.[87] da Costa would then go on to claim pole by 0.069s from Günther, while Championship leader Evans missed out on the chance to set a time due to over slowing in group one before they opened their flying laps.[87]

There was also some controversy for Jean-Éric Vergne, who had been in hospital in the build-up to the race weekend for treatment for an unspecified illness.[88] He was forced to pass a fitness test on Saturday morning, missing FP1 as a result with James Rossiter taking his seat, before taking over the #25 DS Techeetah for the rest of the meeting, qualifying ninth.[88] However, Vergne was forced to quarantine away from the rest of his team all the time he was out of his cockpit.[89]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Marrakesh E-Prix article.

The start of the race saw da Costa blast off the grid cleanly to claim an early lead, leaving Günther to fend off Lotterer into the first corner.[8] de Vries, meanwhile, would first have to keep Mortara at bay before getting involved in the fight for second, with the Dutchman battling with the two Germans over the rest of the opening tour.[8] He duly muscled his way past Lotterer, although in doing so he used too much re-gen and earned himself a penalty, while also allowing Günther to escape and catch da Costa.[8]

After that the race became a story of Vergne's progress up the field, with the Frenchman climbing from ninth to sixth in the early stages, albeit aided by de Vries serving his penalty.[8] Moves on Buemi and Mortara then carried him to fourth, before having to out-think former teammate Lotterer to claim third.[8] With that he was off to hunt down current teammate da Costa, who had just lost the lead to Günther after a decisive lunge from the #28 BMW-Andretti.[8]

da Costa would not fall away from Günther however, and with the aid of his second Attack Mode boost would soon scythe back past the German youth to reclaim the lead.[8] He duly eased clear to claim his first victory of the campaign, while Günther fell behind Vergne, only to reclaim second from the Frenchman on the final lap when Vergne hit 1% battery with half a lap to go.[8] Vergne held on to claim third ahead of Buemi, while Evans completed an impressive recovery drive to claim sixth from the back of the grid.[8]

Race Six: Berlin E-Prix I (5 August 2020)

After the mid-season pause due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, Formula E Holdings and the FIA managed to arrange a six race season finale at the Tempelhofring in Berlin, Germany, to be held across nine days.[11] The first of these races was to be held on 5 August 2020, with the field using a reversed version of the familiar Tempelhofring circuit.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix I article.

Formula E returned to racing on 5 August, with Championship leaders da Costa and DS Techeetah dominating the return to action in qualifying.[90] Indeed, the Portuguese would not only top the group stage despite qualifying in group one, but would go on to claim pole position by 0.322s in Super Pole from teammate Vergne.[90] Lotterer and Buemi would then share the second row ahead of de Vries and Jérôme d'Ambrosio, while Evans was the best of his title rivals down in ninth.[90]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix I article.

With dusk approaching there would be no stopping da Costa at the start of the race either, with the #13 DS Techeetah rocketing into the lead unopposed.[12] They quickly sprinted clear, as behind Buemi and Lotterer squabbled for third, with the #36 Porsche finally emerging ahead.[12] The German racer then began to hold up the rest of the top ten, while Felipe Massa formed another train of cars containing the main title pretenders down in eleventh.[12]

Robin Frijns would attempt to make the most of the Lotterer train, although his move around the outside of Günther at turn two ended with the #4 Envision Virgin slapping the wall.[12] That triggered a Safety Car that wiped out da Costa and Vergne's four second lead, although when the race resumed the Portuguese racer would instantly sprint away.[12] Vergne, meanwhile, would initially struggle and come under attack from Lotterer, although he was able to escape once de Vries fired past the #36 Porsche.[12]

The second half of the race saw Evans lead Stoffel Vandoorne into the top ten, before Massa caused a Virtual Safety Car by crashing at turn six, just as Vergne armed AM to harry teammate da Costa.[12] By the time the race resumed Vergne was out of AM and was powerless to prevent teammate da Costa blasting away, while also seeming to have lost all of his pace.[12] The Frenchman duly slipped back down the field to ninth, before being wiped out by Lucas di Grassi on the final lap.[12]

Out front, meanwhile, da Costa completed an ominously dominant victory to enhance his Championship lead, also becoming the first driver to claim a Grand Slam in FE history.[12] Lotterer claimed second ahead of Bird, while a late collision with Günther saw Evans spin to the back of the field.[12]

Race Seven: Berlin E-Prix II (6 August 2020)

The second race of the Berlin finale would be staged on 6 August 2020, again using the reversed layout of the Tempelhofring.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix II article.

For the second race in a row there would be no stopping da Costa in qualifying, with the Portuguese racer sweeping to pole position by 0.417s.[91] Indeed, the only dent in the Portuguese racer's performance would be that he was beaten in the group stage by Buemi, with the Swiss ace beating him in the group by 0.012s.[91] Behind, Alex Lynn performed admirably to claim third ahead of de Vries, while Frijns and di Grassi also made it Super Pole.[91]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix II article.

Likewise, there would be no stopping da Costa at the start of the race, with the Portuguese ace storming away from the grid to claim the lead.[92] Behind, Buemi held onto second and broke clear with da Costa, while de Vries fired past Lynn to secure third.[92] Frijns then claimed third from de Vries after a strong start to the race, while Günther made some strong early progress, only to suffer front wing damage and litter the circuit with debris.[92]

A quick FCY would see the circuit cleared of Günther's debris, with da Costa continuing to break away with Buemi on his tail.[92] However, just a lap later and the FCY was thrown again, this time to retrieve debris from the same spot on track after Bird had sustained front end damage.[92] At that restart Frijns, di Grassi and de Vries would catch Buemi, while da Costa suddenly found himself with a comfortable margin at the head of the field.[92]

de Vries' race then came to an end as he stopped on track and triggered a third FCY, although the Dutchman would earn himself multiple penalties for climbing out of his car and pushing it away before the FCY was thrown.[92] That, however, would be of no consequence to da Costa, who ran clear through to the chequered flag to claim his third straight victory, and a huge 68 point Championship lead.[92] Buemi, meanwhile, would hold onto second ahead of di Grassi, while Frijns faced a late challenge from Vandoorne to hold fourth.[92]

Race Eight: Berlin E-Prix III (8 August 2020)

For the third Berlin E-Prix of the season the Tempelhofring was restored to its original layout and format, with the field using the usual anti-clockwise version on 8 August 2020.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix III article.

The qualifying battle for the third Berlin E-Prix would again see a DS Techeetah storm to pole position, although this time it was Vergne who aced the session.[93] Indeed, as title pretending teammate da Costa claimed ninth on the grid, Vergne topped both the group and Super Pole sessions to claim pole position, beating Maximilian Günther in the latter by almost half a second.[93] d'Ambrosio was next up ahead of Vandoorne, while Lynn and Frijns also made it to Super Pole.[93]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix III article.

Vergne instantly translated pole into an early race lead at the start, while behind strong starts for the two Mahindras saw d'Ambrosio and Lynn climb to second and fourth respectively.[94] Günther would, however, retaliate and reclaim second before chasing off after Vergne in the early stages, with the race otherwise settling down fairly quickly.[94] Indeed, it was only when Sérgio Sette Câmara slammed into James Calado that there was any intrigue, with a subsequently collision between the Brazilian and Neel Jani triggering a Safety Car.[94]

The Safety Car would stay out for ten minutes, meaning the drivers lost 10 kWh of available energy, a factor that would prove crucial later in the race.[94] Furthermore, it allowed Günther to close right onto Vergne's tail, although a rather curious decision to arm Attack Mode on the restart lap saw the #28 BMW-Andretti drop back to fifth.[94] Yet, Günther rallied back well to reclaim second and drop right back onto Vergne's tail, simply sitting in the Frenchman's wake with available energy remaining in his favour.[94]

As the fight for the lead entered an energy dictated stalemate, champion-elect da Costa was stealthily rising up the field, aided by a serious amount of bunching behind d'Ambrosio.[94] Indeed, after being passed by Frijns the Belgian racer formed a rolling road-block, which allowed da Costa to climb from eighth to fourth in the closing stages.[94] He duly broke away to chase Frijns, who was now on the back of the fight for the lead.[94]

In the closing stages Günther had built a 1% energy advantage over Vergne, and duly used it with three laps to go with a lunge for the lead into turn six.[94] Frijns then blasted past Vergne on the following lap, before hunting down Günther with his own 1% energy advantage on the final tour.[94] Yet, Günther had just enough energy in hand to claim victory ahead of the Dutchman, Vergne cruised across the line in third, while fourth for da Costa left the Portuguese ace on the verge of the Championship title.[94]

Race Nine: Berlin E-Prix IV (9 August 2020)

Race four of the Berlin finale was staged on the standard anti-clockwise version of the Tempelhofring, with two races from the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy also scheduled for 9 August 2020.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix IV article.

For the fifth race in a row there would be no stopping the DS Techeetah squad in qualifying, with Vergne claiming the fastest laps in both the group stage and Super Pole to claim his second pole in a row, and the fifth in a row for the Sino-French squad.[95] He would be joined on the front row by teammate da Costa, who only needed a handful of points to secure the Championship, while Oliver Rowland and Sébastien Buemi shared the second row for Nissan e.Dams.[95] de Vries and Felipe Massa would complete the third row having made it to Super Pole, while da Costa's closest title challenger Günther was down in 21st on the grid.[95]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix IV article.

Vergne aced his start to secure the lead into the first corner, while behind teammate da Costa had to fend off the attentions of Rowland into the tightening left-hander to hold second.[13] Behind the rest of the field would again make it through the first corner cleanly, only for Günther to take himself out of contention by slamming into the back of Oliver Turvey.[13] That triggered a Safety Car before the end of the opening tour, which would stay out for ten minutes and cause 10 kWh energy reduction for the field.[13]

The restart saw Vergne lead da Costa and Rowland away from the rest of the field, with Buemi instead coming under attack from de Vries.[13] Rowland then played the Attack Mode undercut well to briefly get ahead of da Costa, before the Portuguese racer used AM himself to get back ahead of the #22 Nissan.[13] Vergne then waved the Portuguese racer through for the lead, although Rowland remained glued to their tail as the race wore on.[96]

Into the closing stages and most of the fighting had been held in a train of cars behind Lynn, with the Brit having slipped slowly down the order due to a lack of pace.[13] Out front, meanwhile, da Costa let Vergne through a few laps from the end to leave the Frenchman in the lead, while behind the Nissans swapped places with Buemi having an energy advantage over the lead duo.[13] However, a clumsy execution of the swap cost Buemi time, meaning he burned through most of his advantage in getting back on terms with the two black-gold cars.[13]

That ultimately settled both the race and the Championship, with Vergne claiming victory ahead of da Costa, a result which ensured that the Portuguese racer claim the Drivers' title.[13] It would also secure the Teams' Championship for DS Techeetah, while third for Buemi left Nissan in the runner-up spot with two races to go.[13]

Race Ten: Berlin E-Prix V (12 August 2020)

For the fifth and penultimate Berlin E-Prix the second sector of the Tempelhofring was heavily modified, with six new corners added to extend the circuit to 2.505 km (1.557 mi).[11] The new circuit, dubbed alternately as Tempelhofer Park or the "New Berlin E-Prix Circuit", would hold its first race on 12 August 2020.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix V article.

Tempelhofer Park 2020

The middle sector of the Tempelhofring was heavily modified for the finale.

Qualifying for the penultimate round would finally see DS Techeetah's one-lap dominance curtailed, with René Rast topping the group stage, while Oliver Rowland conquered Super Pole.[97] Indeed, the two Techeetahs would instead fall to the back of the field after neither they, nor Lucas di Grassi or Sébastien Buemi, set a time in group one as a result of an embarrassing squabble to be last across the line.[97] They would hence start on the grid in the order of their fastest free practice times, while Rowland was joined on the front row by Robin Frijns.[97]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix V article.

A surprisingly tame start given the number of drivers out of position would herald the start of the penultimate race, with Rowland sprinting into the lead, while Frijns was boxed in by a lunging Rast into turn one.[98] Indeed, Rast was attempting to take Neel Jani for third around the outside of turn one, but instead ended up slipping behind Lynn and André Lotterer.[98] Behind, Sam Bird was put into a half-spin after contact with Turvey and Nyck de Vries, while di Grassi smacked into the back of Günther.[98]

Günther picked up a puncture from that contact, and would limp around to the pits for repairs as a result.[98] On track, meanwhile, the race would settle until Attack Mode came into play, with the order out front changing as the top six each tried to undercut each other using the boost.[98] Elsewhere, di Grassi earned himself a penalty by attempting to squeeze da Costa into the inside wall at turn one, while Stoffel Vandoorne was steadily easing up the field towards the points from the back, taking Vergne, da Costa and Buemi with him.[98]

Into the closing stages and Rowland and Frijns were safe in first and second, with Frijns having to conserve on the final tour in order to make the finish.[98] Behind, however, Lotterer would elbow his way up to third, only for Rast to pull off a sensational, touring car-esque, pass through turn twelve to grab third on the final tour, much to Lotterer's ire.[98] The Porsche pilot duly made his thoughts on the manoeuvre clear after the race, although Rast was officially classified in third place behind Rowland and Frijns after the race with no protest forthcoming.[98]

Race Eleven: Berlin E-Prix VI (13 August 2020)

The alternate Tempelhofer Park version of the Tempelhofring would host the eleventh and final race of the 2019/20 season on 13 August 2020, with no changes made after the race the day before.[11]

Qualifying

For the full qualifying report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix VI article.

The qualifying battle for the season finale would be won by Vandoorne in the #5 Mercedes, earning the marque's first pole position in their maiden campaign.[99] He would be joined on the front row by Buemi, who had set the pace in the group stage, while de Vries put the second Mercedes into fourth behind Rast in the #66 Audi.[99] Edoardo Mortara had also made it into Super Pole for Venturi, making it five Mercedes powertrains in the top six, while just seven tenths covered the top 23 in the group stage of qualifying, making it the closest FE qualifying session in history.[99]

Race

For the full race report, head to the 2020 Berlin E-Prix VI article.

Another tame start to an E-Prix saw Vandoorne ease into an early lead unopposed, with Buemi instead coming under attack from Rast into the tightening first corner.[14] Rast would miss-out and slot back into third place, only for de Vries to elbow his way past early on and join Vandoorne and Buemi in a sprint clear at the head of the field.[14] de Vries would then surprisingly decide to start the Attack Mode ball rolling on lap five, dropping him back behind Rast as he tried to undercut Buemi.[14]

The ploy almost worked, with de Vries duly emerging ahead of Buemi when the Swiss racer took AM for himself, although the Nissan would quickly scramble back ahead of the #17 Mercedes and reclaim second.[14] However, no sooner had his boost ended then de Vries took AM again, and would once again force an undercut exchange amongst the top six, with Lynn and Frijns having caught back onto the lead group.[14] Once again, however, the order would eventually settle back to how it had been before, with Vandoorne still leading from Buemi, de Vries and Rast, while Frijns and Lynn fell away.[14]

Indeed, the latter duo would be passed by a charging Sam Bird in his final race for Virgin, with the British ace claiming fifth when teammate Frijns waved him through.[14] Frijns' race would then come to an end when di Grassi threw an audacious lunge at him at turn seven that ended in contact, while, up front, de Vries was forcing Buemi to go on the defensive.[14] With three laps to go and a 2% energy advantage de Vries finally found a way past the Swiss racer, before darting off to catch Vandoorne who had established a two second lead courtesy of the fight for second.[14]

That proved to be the last significant change to the order out front, with Vandoorne claiming his and Mercedes' maiden victory ahead of teammate de Vries at the final race of the season.[14] Buemi ended the season in third ahead of Rast and Bird, while di Grassi escaped punishment to claim sixth ahead of out-going Champion Vergne.[14] da Costa, meanwhile, would end his title winning season with a ninth place finish, while Massa ended his FE career down in sixteenth, after Venturi and the Brazilian announced a mutual parting of ways shortly before the start of the finale.[100]

Rules and Regulations

There would be some minor revisions to both the sporting and technical rulebooks ahead of the 2019/20 season, with the use of twin MGUs outlawed after its use by Nissan in 2018/19.[101] There was also an extension to the operational life of the Spark SRT05e, which was to be run to the end of the 2021/22 season, albeit with planned performance increases in 2020/21.[5] There were also revisions to Attack Mode and points, as well as the procedures under FCY, safety car and red flag conditions.[5]

Technical

The biggest change to the technical rules would be the complete ban of dual motors to power each rear wheel individually, a design pioneered by Nissan as well as their predecessors Renault.[101] While the FIA could not find anything mechanically wrong with the system, Nissan's rivals complained that such a system could be used to store energy, with one motor potentially harvesting energy due to the speed differential between the wheels during cornering.[101] The banning of dual motors was part of a wider clarification of rules and definitions of what an MGU was, as requested by the majority of FE's entrants ahead of the sixth season.[101]

Elsewhere Attack Mode was re-tweaked for the season six, with a small increase of boost to 235kW.[5] Furthermore, the activation of Attack Mode was outlawed under FCY or safety car conditions, preventing drivers from using it as a power boost at a restart.[5]

Sporting

2019/20 was to see a significant revision to the sporting rules, particularly in regards to energy consumption during races with intervals under safety car and FCY.[5] Indeed, to counter complaints of races not being dictated by energy use, the FIA declared that they would remove 1kWh-per-minute of available energy from each driver under FCY or safety car.[5] This would ensure that drivers could not save too much energy under those conditions, meaning drivers would have to conserve energy under green flag conditions as well.[5]

Further changes were made to the red flag procedure, with the clock effectively stopped to ensure that a full race distance could be reached.[5] There was also a revision to the points allocation, with an additional point set to be awarded to the fastest driver in the group stage of qualifying.[5]

Outlined below is a full breakdown of the point scoring system for the 2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship:

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship Points Table
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1
Group Fastest Pole Position Fastest Lap
1 3 1

Standings

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship for Drivers

The full 2019/20 FIA Formula E Championship for Drivers standings are to be outlined below:

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship for Drivers
Pos. Name Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Morocco Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Pts.
1st da Costa 14th 10thG 2nd 2nd 1st 1stG 1st 4th 2nd NC 9th 158
2nd Vandoorne 3rd 3rd 6th Ret 15th 6th 5th Ret 12th 9th 1st 87
3rd Vergne Ret 8th Ret 4th 3rd NC 10th 3rdG 1stG 18th 7th 86
4th Buemi Ret 12th 13th 3rd 4th 7th 2ndG 11th 3rd 10th 3rdG 84
5th Rowland 4th 5th 17th 7th 9th 14th 7th 6th 5th 1st Ret 83
6th di Grassi 13th 2nd 7th 6th 7th 8th 3rd 8th 6th 21st 6th 77
7th Evans 10th 18th 3rdG 1stG 6th 13th 12th 9th 7th 7th 11th 71
8th Lotterer 2nd 14th DSQ Ret 8th 2nd 9th 5th 8th 4th 14th 71
9th Günther 18th 11th 1st 11th 2ndG DSQ Ret 1st Ret NC 12th 69
10th Bird 1stG Ret 10th Ret 10th 3rd 6th 13th 11th 20th 5th 63
11th de Vries 6th 16th 5th Ret 11th 4th Ret 18th 4th 14th 2nd 60
12th Frijns 5th Ret 15th DSQ 12th Ret 4th 2nd DNS 2nd NC 58
13th Sims 8th 1st Ret 5th Ret 9th 19th 10th 13th 11th 13th 49
14th Mortara 7th 4th Ret 8th 5th 17th 8th 14th 14th 8th 10th 41
15th Rast 10th 13th Ret 16th 3rdG 4th 29
16th d'Ambrosio 9th DNS NC 10th 13th 5th DSQ 7th 15th 16th 18th 19
17th Lynn 12th 11th 17th 9th 5th 8th 16
18th Wehrlein 11th 15th 4th 9th 22nd 14
19th Calado 16th 7th 8th DSQ 16th 15th 20th Ret 17th 10
20th Jani 17th 13th Ret 14th 18th 11th 15th Ret 19th 6th 15th 8
21st Abt Ret 6th 14th Ret 14th 18th 16th 15th 18th NC 20th 8
22nd Massa 12th 17th 9th Ret 17th Ret NC 19th 10th 13th 16th 3
23rd Hartley 19th 9th Ret 12th 19th 2
24th Turvey 15th DSQ 11th 13th 21st 16th 18th 16th 22nd 19th 21st 0
25th Müller DNS Ret 12th Ret 20th NC 14th 12th 20th 17th 22nd 0
26th Blomqvist 12th 17th 0
27th Sette Câmara DSQ 17th Ret 21st 15th 19th 0
28th Ma 20th 19th 16th Ret 23rd 0
Pos. Name Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Morocco Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Pts.

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship for Teams

The full 2019/20 FIA Formula E Championship for Teams standings are to be outlined below:

2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship for Teams
Pos. Team No. Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Morocco Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Pts.
1st DS Techeetah 25 Ret 8th Ret 4th 3rd NC 10th 3rdG 1stG 18th 7th 244
13 14th 10thG 2nd 2nd 1st 1stG 1st 4th 2nd NC 9th
2nd Nissan e.Dams 23 Ret 12th 13th 3rd 4th 7th 2ndG 11th 3rd 10th 3rdG 167
22 4th 5th 17th 7th 9th 14th 7th 6th 5th 1st Ret
3rd Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team 5 3rd 3rd 6th Ret 15th 6th 5th Ret 12th 9th 1st 147
17 6th 16th 5th Ret 11th 4th Ret 18th 4th 14th 2nd
4th Envision Virgin Racing 2 1stG Ret 10th Ret 10th 3rd 6th 13th 11th 20th 5th 121
4 5th Ret 15th DSQ 12th Ret 4th 2nd DNS 2nd NC
5th BMW i Andretti Motorsport 27 8th 1st Ret 5th Ret 9th 19th 10th 13th 11th 13th 118
28 18th 11th 1st 11th 2ndG DSQ Ret 1st Ret NC 12th
6th Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler 11 13th 2nd 7th 6th 7th 8th 3rd 8th 6th 21st 6th 114
66 Ret 6th 14th Ret 14th 10th 13th Ret 16th 3rdG 4th
7th Jaguar Racing 20 10th 18th 3rdG 1stG 6th 13th 12th 9th 7th 7th 11th 81
51 16th 7th 8th DSQ 16th 15th 20th Ret 17th 12th 17th
8th Porsche Formula E Team 18 17th 13th Ret 14th 18th 11th 15th Ret 19th 6th 15th 79
36 2nd 14th DSQ Ret 8th 2nd 9th 5th 8th 4th 14th
9th Mahindra Racing 64 9th DNS NC 10th 13th 5th DSQ 7th 15th 16th 18th 49
94 11th 15th 4th 9th 22nd 12th 11th 17th 9th 5th 8th
10th ROKiT Venturi Racing 19 12th 17th 9th Ret 17th Ret NC 19th 10th 13th 16th 44
48 7th 4th Ret 8th 5th 17th 8th 14th 14th 8th 10th
11th GEOX DRAGON 6 19th 9th Ret 12th 19th DSQ 17th Ret 21st 15th 19th 2
7 DNS Ret 12th Ret 20th NC 14th 12th 20th 17th 22nd
12th NIO 333 FE Team 3 15th DSQ 11th 13th 21st 16th 18th 16th 22nd 19th 21st 0
33 20th 19th 16th Ret 23rd 18th 16th 15th 18th NC 20th
Pos. Team No. Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Chile Flag of Mexico Flag of Morocco Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Flag of Germany Pts.

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ABB FIA Formula E Championship Seasons
Seasons
2014/152015/162016/172017/18 2018/192019/202020/212021/22
Drivers Champions
Nelson Piquet Jr.Sébastien BuemiLucas di GrassiJean-Éric VergneAntónio Félix da Costa
Teams Champions
Renault e.DamsAudi Sport ABT SchaefflerDS Techeetah
2019/20 ABB FIA Formula E Championship
Entrants
Audi Sport ABT SchaefflerBMW i Andretti MotorsportDS TecheetahEnvision Virgin RacingGEOX DRAGONMahindra RacingMercedes-Benz EQ Formula E TeamNIO 333 FE TeamNissan e.DamsPanasonic Jaguar RacingROKiT Venturi RacingTAG Heuer Porsche Formula E Team
Manufacturers
AudiBMWDSJaguarMahindra & MahindraMercedes-BenzNIONissanPenskePorsche
Cars
Spark SRT05e
Audi e-tron FE06BMW iFE.20DS E-Tense FE20Jaguar I-Type IVMahindra M6ElectroMercedes-Benz EQ Silver Arrow 01NIO FE-005Nissan IM02Penske EV-4Porsche 99X Electric
Drivers
2 Sam Bird3 Oliver Turvey4 Robin Frijns5 Stoffel Vandoorne6 Brendon Hartley/Sérgio Sette Câmara7 Nico Müller11 Lucas di Grassi13 António Félix da Costa17 Nyck de Vries18 Neel Jani19 Felipe Massa20 Mitch Evans22 Oliver Rowland23 Sébastien Buemi25 Jean-Éric Vergne27 Alexander Sims28 Maximilian Günther33 Ma Qing Hua/Daniel Abt36 André Lotterer48 Edoardo Mortara51 James Calado64 Jérôme d'Ambrosio66 Daniel Abt/René Rast94 Pascal Wehrlein/Alex Lynn
E-Prix
Diriyah IDiriyah IISantiagoMexico CityMarrakechBerlin IBerlin IIBerlin IIIBerlin IVBerlin VBerlin VI
Cancelled E-Prix
Sanya E-PrixRome E-PrixParis E-PrixSeoul E-PrixJakarta E-PrixNew York City E-PrixLondon E-Prix
Tests
ValenciaRookie Test
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