Sebastien Buemi has taken pole for this afternoon’s Berlin E-Prix, breaking a deadlock between himself and Jean-Eric Vergne, who were tied for most poles in Formula E history with 15.

Buemi set a time just over a tenth quicker than Sam Bird to secure pole, the Brit will line up P2. Reigning Champion Stoffel Vandoorne will go from third ahead of Dan Ticktum, equalling his best qualifying of the year in Diriyah.

Jake Dennis starts in fifth ahead of Nick Cassidy, with Sergio Sette Camara in seventh and Max Guenther in eighth, all of whom lost in their respective quater finals.

Mitch Evans will start tenth ahead of Jean-Eric Vergne, with Edoardo Mortara and Jake Hughes in 11th and 12th. Andre Lotterer will start 13th ahead of Rene Rast in 14th with championship leader Pascal Wehrlein completing the top 15.

Norman Nato will start 16th ahead of Nico Mueller, Sacha Fenestraz will start 18th, Antonio Felix da Costa 19th and Lucas Di Grassi in 20th.

Oliver Rowland, who missed the vast majority of FP2 and Robin Frijns will complete the grid.