Lotterer Still Seeking Maiden Victory

Andre Lotterer is aiming to get his first Formula E victory before the end of the season after an unsuccessful home round in Berlin.

The DS Techeetah driver missed out on setting a qualifying time in Berlin forcing him to start from the back of the field. 

In the race, he had to retire out of the race due to a battery issue last time out in Berlin.

Lotterer is now targeting Bern as a potential chance to secure his first Formula E victory. 

“It was a real shame to have a bad race in Berlin,” said Lotterer. That’s behind me now and I’m very keen for my first Formula E win before the end of the season.” 

The German driver is currently third, 16 points behind team-mate Jean-Eric Vergne at the top of the driver’s championship and is focusing on getting good points in Bern this weekend to aid his chances to get to the top the championship.

“The championship is the ultimate goal so that’s where the focus lies, we will collect all the points that can so that we come to New York with a solid foundation.”

Vergne is also going to Bern with the same goal, looking to secure as many points possible to extend his lead at the top of the championship.

“It will be crucial to score as many points as possible in Bern to be able to enter the Season Five finale in New York with the best circumstances so that’s my goal for this race,” said Vergne. 

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