The Belgian tackles the two E-Prix this weekend at the top of the championship.
Winner two weeks ago at home, in the streets of Monaco, Stoffel Vandoorne tackles the double meeting in Berlin, this Saturday and Sunday, at the head of the Formula E championship. The Mercedes driver has 81 units against 75 for Jean- Éric Vergne, 72 to Mitch Evans and 71 to Robin Frijns.
Stoffel, it’s already the third time that you find yourself in the lead of the Formula Electric. Does it have more value today with the new qualification system?
“I think so. Even if things can always change very quickly in Formula E, there is more stability with qualifying where the leaders of the championship are no longer systematically handicapped. There is a certain hierarchy with always the same drivers. in the top 10. When you lose big points, you no longer have the guarantee of being able to recover in the next one. From then on, the peloton is calmer, there are fewer clashes.”