2022 Berlin E-Prix Preview

As a constant feature on the Formula E calendar since Season 1, the Berlin E-Prix is a race that has been held more than any other. Ahead of our return to the German capital, here’s everything you need to know about Tempelhof’s upcoming double-header…

Stats at a Glance

Race Length // 45 minutes + one lap

Lap Length [Clockwise] // 2.355 kilometres

Lap Length [Anti-Clockwise]  // 2.355 kilometres

Best Team Finish // 1st [Norman Nato, 2021]

In Their Words

Jérôme D’Ambrosio, Team Principal, ROKiT Venturi Racing

“Last time we visited Berlin, we experienced one of our most competitive race weekends in Formula E to date. Given the pace that we have shown so far this season, and the fact that both drivers have performed very well at this track in the past, we’re hoping for a solid performance this weekend. After a couple of weekends where we, unfortunately, left points on the table, the entire team is very motivated and we’re determined to maximise on the points available at the next double-header.”

Edoardo Mortara, Driver, ROKiT Venturi Racing

"I'm looking forward to returning to Berlin. Last season we showed real promise in Berlin and in Race One, we missed out on the win by only a handful of tenths of a second. Although we have had the pace to fight through the field this season, qualifying is as important as ever. If I can start in a good position, I know that we can contend for big points and hopefully have a strong race weekend."

Lucas di Grassi, Driver, ROKiT Venturi Racing

“Statistically, Tempelhof is one of my best circuits and with six podiums and two wins, Berlin is also a city that I enjoy racing in. So far this year we have shown strong, competitive pace and although our results haven’t always aligned, I know that we have the potential to score podiums and race wins. That’s the target this weekend and I’m looking forward to getting back out on track.”