BMW Motorsport’s Maximilian Günther wins Formula E race in Berlin


Maximilian Günther (GER) celebrated his second win in the eighth race of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship season. In the third of six races making up the season finale at Berlin-Tempelhof (GER), Günther first secured second place on the grid and then, late on, overtook Jean-Eric Vergne (FRA, DS Techeetah), who had been leading until that point, to take the lead.

He brought the car home with the narrowest lead in the history of Formula E; he finished 0.128 seconds ahead of the rapidly approaching Robin Frijns (NED, Envision Virgin Racing). In the overall standings, Günther has moved up into second place with 69 points. Alexander Sims (GBR) in tenth also picked up a point. In the team standings, BMW i Andretti Motorsport remains in second place.

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BERLIN TEMPELHOF AIRPORT, GERMANY РAUGUST 08: Maximilian Günther (DEU), BMW I Andretti Motorsports, 1st position celebration during the Berlin ePrix III at Berlin Tempelhof Airport on Saturday August 08, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Sam Bloxham / LAT Images)

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