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Mortara wins in Berlin, De Vries in tenth place

Edoardo Mortara managed to win the first Formula E race of the weekend in Berlin. The driver drove at the front for almost the entire race, making him the deserved winner on Saturday afternoon. Mortara got away well at the start and maintained his front position, while Antonio Felix da Costa gained a place and moved into second position. André Lotterer also gained a few places and was in third position after the first lap. It immediately caused a stir at the front of the field. Read more Formula E Berlin | Frijns and De Vries on P10 and P11 in FP1 In the midfield, Nyck de Vries also did good business. The driver had to start the race from twelfth position, but managed to conquer tenth...
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