Dennis remains fastest in FP2

Jake Dennis backed up his fastest time in FP1 by setting the quickest time again in FP2 this morning by setting a 1.06.228 around the Berlin Tempelhof airport.

Lucas Di Grassi ended the session second fastest for Audi. Di Grassi is aiming for a strong result in Audi’s final weekend in Formula E.

Championship leader Nyck de Vries finished the session third fastest setting a 1.06.547. Robin Frijns was fourth fastest for Envision Virgin Racing setting a 1.06.625.

In Fifth was Pascal Wehrelien for Porsche. He was ahead of his fellow countrymen Maximilian Gunther for BMW who set a 1.06.646.

Stoffel Vandoorne was seventh fastest for Mercedes, and he was ahead o reigning champion Antonio Felix Da Costa. Jean-Eric Vergne was ninth fastest for Ds Techeetah, and Norman Nato finished tenth fastest for Venturi.

Sergio Sette Camara finished in 11th ahead of Sam Bird, OliverĀ  Turvey, and Edoardo Mortara. Mitch Evans was 15th fastest for Jaguar Racing.

Alex Sims was 16th for Mahindra. The Brit finished ahead of Rene Rast, Alex Lynn, and Tom Blomqvist. Oliver Rowland who is taking part in his last weekend for Nissan was 20th ahead of Andre Lotterer, and Nick Cassidy.

Sebastien Buemi was 23rd quickest with Joel Eriksson in 24th and last.

 

 

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