Edorado Mortara has taken a surprising pole position for Mahindra Racing in Berlin. 

The Indian team have yet to score a point this season in a race, but they have now secured three points for securing pole position.

Mortara has been quick all day so far in Berlin and beat DS Penske driver Stoffel Vandoorne after setting a 1:01.741.

Vandoorne secured second place. The Belgian driver set a 1:02:008. Jean-Eric Vergne will start in third place for Ds Penske. The double Formula E Champion lost out to Mortara in the Semi-Finals

Sergio Sette Camara had an impressive qualifying session for ERT as he qualified in fourth place. The Brazilian was beaten by Vandoorne.

Maximilian Gunther will start fifth for Maserati after losing out to Vandoorne who set the fastest time in the in the quarter-final stage. Gunther’s lap time of 1:02.156 would have won any other quarter-final battle.

Pascal Wehrlein exited qualifying at the quarter-final stages after he was knocked out by Vergme. The championship leader will start sixth for Saturday’s Berlin E-Prix.

Jehan Daruvala qualified in 7th , but will start last after picking up a 40-place grid penalty for changing his gearbox twice. However, the Indian driver will have confidence going into tomorrow’s race after making the duels.

Lucas Di Grassi made it into the duels for the first time this season, but the season four champion missed out on the Semi-Finals after he was defeated by Sette Camara. The ABT Cupra driver qualified in eighth but will start 7th.

Antonio Felix Da Costa qualified in ninth place for Porsche but will be promoted to eighth place.

Nick Cassidy will start in ninth place for Jaguar, and he will line up alongside his teammate Mitch Evans.

It’s the back row of the grid where you find both Andretti drivers as their qualifying woes continue in Berlin. Daruvala’s penalty means they won’t start on the last row of the grid.

More to follow…