Formula E: The Sabre Berlin ePrix Preview

April 19, 2023Kimberly Kay
Formula E

The ABB FIA Formula E World Championship heads to Germany and Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport Circuit at Tempelhofer Feld for a double-header. Rounds 7 and 8 will take place this weekend in Berlin. All 11 Formula E teams and their 22 drivers descend on the 1.61 mile circuit as we approach the half way make for the season. Championship leader TAG Heuer Porsche’s Pascal Wehrlein leads the Formula E drivers world championship table with 86 points. Second place sitter Jake Daniels is within striking distance to take the championship lead sitting only 24 points behind Wehrlein. Envision Racing’s Nick Cassidy is a point back in third creating pressure on the second place spot as well. Tag Heuer Porsche will look to extend its championship

Formula E action starts with Free Practice 1 on Friday from 10:55 local time, with Free Practice 2 from 02:05 on Saturday. Qualifying follows at 04:40 and Round 7 starts 09:00 EST. Free Practice ahead of Round 8 starts at 02:05 on Sunday, with qualifying also following at 04:40 and the race once again at 09:00. Keep track as is happens at and tune in where you are via If you cannot stream the race online you may be able to check out your local viewing options here. Viewing options.