Formula E goes into the final spurt

On Saturday (22 June), the 11th of a total of 13 races of the season will start in Bern and the title fight in Formula E will continue to intensify. Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler and Lucas di Grassi are both second in the team and driver standings.

In front of full ranks on Saturday it's time to give it all! Formula E has many fans in Switzerland – the race was completely sold out within a few hours.

After the highly acclaimed home win in Berlin, Lucas di Grassi is only six points behind defending champion and table leader Jean-Éric Vergne with 96 points. Daniel Abt follows his team-mate with only 29 points difference to seventh place. As a reminder: 25 points, three points for the pole position and one point for the fastest race lap driven within the top ten are awarded for a victory. 

Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler is 25 points behind the leading Techeetah team in the team standings and, with another strong team appearance, can achieve an excellent starting position for the showdown in New York.

My big goal is to be back on the podium on Saturday.

Daniel Abt, Driver Team Audi Sport ABT Schaeffler

New route and new timetable in Bern

While Formula E 2018 was still held in Zurich, the capital now hosts the Swiss E-Prix. The 2.75 kilometre long circuit is located in the heart of Bern, in the immediate vicinity of the old town. As an exception, the eleventh round of the Formula E season doesn't start until 6 p.m. local time and, as usual, lasts 45 minutes plus one lap.

The live broadcast on Eurosport starts at 17:45.  In addition, ARD shows the race in a live stream on sportschau.de.

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