Formula E’s grand finale of six races in nine days at the Tempelhof airfield in Berlin is just one week away as teams get set for the first competitive track action in five months.
One of the most high profile of the recent Formula E newcomers, Porsche has not disappointed so far with a podium and a pole position in its first five races.
But there has also been frustration with the race pace of its Porsche 99X Electric challenger.
Ahead of Porsche completing its first Formula E season on home turf, Andre Lotterer and the firm’s director of factory motorsport Pascal Zurlinden talked to Sam Smith and Andrew van de Burgt on The Race’s Formula E podcast
In interviews recorded just before the confirmation of the Berlin track configurations, Lotterer and Zurlinden talk about how they have tackled the enforced cessation of activity and also how they geared up for the unusual and challenging finale.