Reigning champion Nyck de Vries gained the second of two System E races in Berlin to revive his title hopes on Sunday as Mercedes teammate Stoffel Vandoorne stretched his lead within the all-electric championship.
De Vries moved as much as sixth within the championship after his second win of the season and first because the opener in Saudi Arabia.
The Dutch driver took the lead from Swiss pole-sitter Edoardo Mortara on the first nook as he made up for a current run of poor outcomes, and gained by 2.5 seconds.
“Now we have had a tough trip the previous three races,” he stated. “I’m simply very happy to be again.”
Vandoorne completed third, behind Venturi’s Mortara who gained Saturday’s first race on the metropolis’s outdated Tempelhof airport.
Mortara is now second within the championship, with 99 factors to Vandoorne’s 111 on the midway level within the season. France’s two occasions champion Jean-Eric Vergne is third, an additional 4 factors behind.
De Vries, who gained his title in Berlin final 12 months, is on 65.
Mercedes, the workforce being taken over by McLaren on the finish of the season when the German marque leaves System E, lead the standings on 176 factors with Venturi second on 148.